- I have an idea as to what it could be. Maybe some form of reptilian? We have legends of "lizard" men where I am from. My favorite thought is that maybe they have life cycles. Think of it like this, an aligator at the first stage of its life eats yoke. After it hatches it eats insects. So on and so forth. Maybe its far from the truth but it is only an idea. I can not speculate on hat its other food choices maybe. I have read before where cattle mutilations maybe connected. Anyone have any thoughts or rebukes I am very open minded. I would love to hear what others think of a reptilion connection.
- —Guest alex n sc
- lauryn did you find it . Oh and what youwrite needs to have 50 caracters so just hold a letter down . yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
- —Guest nia
Chupacabra in Colorado
- Before I ever heard of Chupacabra, I witnessed a black animal at night that resembled what some call a Chupacabra. My husband told me about the strange black animals he and others have seen there in the country. In my fourteen years in Westcliffe Co., I only saw one. My daughter witnessed one with her friend and many locals have seen them about at night. Just something we know are there, but don't know what they are.
- —Guest df2332
CIA at it again
- I think they escaped from Area 51 or Dulce - another government / alien collaboration.
- —Guest gameryo
- Could this be "Spring-heeled Jack" from London? The creature leapt from pavement to rooftops and left hoof-marks everywhere. It also killed animals and frighted women walking home across the Common (Park). Sounds like it!
- —Guest Maureen
No such thing
- All that have been killed have been identified as wild dogs or coyotes with mange. So get a clue: they are a myth.
- —Guest RL
No Chupacabra sightings in the U.S.
- People need to get it straight. There are no Chupacabras sightings in the U.S. Chupacabras are from Puerto Rico. What people are seeing in the U.S. are mostly hairless animals from foxes to raccoons that people have just labeled Chupacabras. We need to find a new name for them as the original Chupacabras looks nothing like what we are seeing here.
- There are so many creatures that exist just beyond our recognition. So, yes it very well be, either that or too much tequila.
- —Guest RONeal
It's all quite simple
- My opinion is that there's a heaven and there's a hell. Now I'm not trying to preach religion here, but if a person can believe in heaven and hell,why can't a person believe in what might live in a place called hell. I mean, is it all that hard to believe? Just think about it. Personally, if I ever saw one in my neck of the woods, I would shoot it dead with my semi-automatic AK47, then the world would have proof that demons from hell can also prowl our realm.
- —Guest william
I think I saw one..
- A few nights ago, my family and I were driving home from Colorado to Oklahoma. It was late at night, right after midnight. The kids were asleep and my husband and I were both awake. Our GPS took us through the old highways instead of the interstates. We were somewhere between the two small Texas towns of Borger and Wheeler. It was pretty dark out with just our head lights and the occasional light pole, very few travelers besides us for hours. I saw its eyes first; they were kind of a glowing yellow off to the left of the highway by just a few feet. I pointed it out to my husband and we both watched it cross the road. It didn't jump, but it didn't really run either. We were both confused about what it could be, but we both saw the same things. It seemed to be somewhat broad and muscular. Dark black or gray. Its back legs were definitely longer, giving it a weird, hunched look when it crossed the road on all fours. I don't know what it was, but we both know it wasn't anything we had seen before.
- —Guest Kristi
- It don't understand how people these days are thinking that those poor canines that have been appearing are chupacabras. When it first appeared it was in no way described as canine-looking. I don't know, but the way I imagine chupacabras is 3-4 feet tall, standing relatively upright, jumping like a kangaroo, possibly with wings. I really wish people would stop killing/capturing these canines, claiming they look anything like the so-called chupacabra!
- I believe in the Chupalabra cause I saw it at a rest stop in Nebraska, on my way to Colorado, at about 11:30 p.m.. I did not believe before but now I do. I know what I saw, it freaked me out too.
- —Guest Rich
Not living of blood
- Chupacabra dont suck blood. its only witnesses who claim the victims are drained of blood. Scientists who check the dead bodies sais otherwise. Chupacabra is most likely a dog like creature.
- —Guest Chriss
anyone shot one?
- has anyone shot a chupacabras? does anyone actually try to hunt them down? what would u use to bring one down?
- —Guest elliott
- who do you tell you have seen one because i witnessed with a friend this animal several nights ago and she has since saw it again crossing the same road around the same a.m. as first sighting ? Strangly it was crossing from left to right both times and there are chicken houses on the left side of this highway. i am concidering given the farmer a visit and see if he has had a problem with his chickens maybe set a trap or camera but there are too many jokes about this real animal to discuss with just anyone
- —Guest christina