Along with the likes of Bigfoot, Yeti, and the Loch Ness Monster, the famed Chupacabra has found its place as a Latino entry into the pantheon of paranormal creatures. You’ve heard the stories – cattle and livestock get slaughtered in ways that seem unnatural for human or animal means, the owner never gets a clear look at it, but it’s usually described as a dog or lizard-like creature with fangs and sometimes wings. My great-grandmother would swear up and down that her dog once fell victim to the creature.
The dreaded creature struck most recently this week, with an attack being reported in the Mexican state of Michoacan. As is customary, grainy footage and pictures were released, and this incident joins countless other Chucacabra incidents – no real answers and no proof.
Why do these ‘attacks’ keep happening? What is it about this mystery that still keeps us interested, but never really looking for proof?
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