This video has been making the rounds, and it doesn't help that it's got CNN's stamp of approval. Let's get one thing clear: it is not a chupacabra.
42 sheep were found dead from apparent animal bites on a farm in Honduras that was guarded by dogs and a few humans, too. What could be responsible for such weird carnage? Could it be . . . chupacabras?
Typically, when you see advertisements tempting travelers to visit Puerto Rico, you hear about the beautiful beaches, the history, but not El Chupacabra. Artist Fernando Reza corrects this and similar oversights with a line of mythical travel posters. Come for the bioluminescent kayaking, stay for the goatsuckers.
Cheese on crackers, has the chupacabra had a prolific summer. Now America's favorite prune-skinned mammalian cryptid is making a run for the White House. And I'm not talking about [FILL IN YOUR LEAST FAVORITE CONGRESSMAN HERE]! Political humor! Hey-yo!
The mowed-down remains of a small white mammal have captured the imaginations of residents of Douglas County, Minnesota. Although the creature resembles a badger, its tail has left wildlife officals perplexed. Could we be looking at the Montauk Monster Midwest?
Last year, people in the small Mexican town of Chiquimitío were startled by the arrival of this bizarre creature. They took a few pictures and a short cell video, but this remains one of the clearest images of its head.
The Chupacabra, a legendary blood-sucking cryptid, appeared on The X-Files, had its own series called Chupacabra: Dark Seas, and enjoys near-mascot status in Texas. Now it seems it may have its origins in the movie Species.
For the past two months, shepherds in Mexico have been reporting hundreds of identical attacks on their goats. Multiple goats are beheaded "in a strange way." Many are blaming the legendary chupacabra.
Hood County, Texas has had a rash of chupacabra sightings lately. Two mysterious, mammalian corpses have been found since last week, perplexing animal control officers and raising the hopes of chupamaniacs everywhere. It's the most cryptacular time of the year!
One dead, washed up creature has nothing on this crazy hairless Texas monster. Cuero, Texas is a hot bed for Chupacabra action. One incredibly busy police officer managed to catch a supposed chupacabra on camera from his trusty cruiser camera. One big problem: the mutant chupacabra are notoriously nocturnal creatures.…