El Chupacabra is Back!
El Chupacabra of course!
The latest account comes from Horizon City, Texas. Cesar Garcia and Juan Miranda's farm is the scene of a grizzly slaughter of 30 chickens. A series of weird events preceded the gruesome attack: the cat stayed on the roof for an entire weekend and refused to come down, the roosters stopped roostering, rabbits went into hiding, and the dogs stopped barking.
But the sight of the dead chickens led Garcia and Miranda to believe something out-of-the ordinary had preyed on their animals.
"I saw the chickens were dead, but there was no blood around the sheet metal" in the coop, Garcia said. "All of them were just dead in one big pile. But, really, I don't know what it was because there was no blood. If it had been a dog, there would have been blood everywhere because a dog tears them apart."
The attacker did leave tracks, and they followed them for about four blocks before they disappeared. Clearly, the impression left behind included a heel and paw. The sherff's deputies investigated, but they're unable to determine what exactly killed these chickens.
It's weird, since Chupacabra literally translates to "goat sucker" as goats are its favorite mealtime snack. Maybe this is a new breed of blood-sucking predator...maybe we should call it El Chupachicken!