The mass hysteria continues in Puebla, Mexico. More reports of attacks on goats are coming forward and the people are starting to demand governmental help.
Journalist Pedro Morales writes:
“Shepherds… in Puebla State are frightened by the attacks on their flocks by either the chupacabras, wild dogs or some other wild creature that they’ve been unable to hunt down, and which has caused the deaths of over 300 goats for some 50 days now.”
Whether or not the cryptid creature exists, there is definitely something going on in Puebla that is claiming the lives of all these animals. A official investigation by the government is needed at this point.
Full source: News.Lalate.com
PUEBLA, MEXICO (LALATE) – Fears of the Chupacabra (photos below) are spreading in Puebla Mexico as new evidence about El Chupacabra are striking the Mexican state, evidence dramatically different than previous U.S. reports this year. The latest concerns in Mexico are nothing like the July 2010 reports of Chupacabras (aka el chupucabra, chubacabra, or el chupa) being found in Texas and later alleged to have been proven false.
When Chupacabra reports surfaced stateside in Texas earlier this summer, the news reports were much the same. “Chupacabra” means “goat sucker”. It refers to a strange beast that seeks out and sucks the blood from goats, chickens, or sheep. But in the July 2010 news reports, there was no evidence of dead goats or blood being sucked.
Instead, the reports were about the Chupacabra itself, the struggle to identify hairless canine-looking dead animals found as Chupacabras. The news stories always featured the same type of quote from farmers who claimed, that because they had never seen a hairless dog like this dead on their farm, it must be the Chupacabra. The beast was ugly, hairless, dead, and sick looking. Animal control officer Frank Hackett told local news in July “All I know is, it wasn’t normal. It was ugly, real ugly. I’m not going to tell no lie on that one.”
The statements were much like those from the 2007. “There’s no hair on it, it’s got long teeth, it’s got the long tail like a coyote but there’s no hair. It just seems to me that the legs are a little longer than a coyote and I can’t tell you one way or another if it’s a coyote with mange or if it’s a chupacabra.”
But that was then. This week, dramatically different reports are coming out of Mexico. There they haven’t found just the dead Chupacabra. They have found goats decapitated with their blood sucked.
The beast remains a cryptids beause it’s not been confirmed as a species by science.
But tell that to residents of Puebla, Mexico and Felix Martinez, president of Colonia San Martin. He has been giving interviews to Argon Mexico (argonmexico.com) with pictures that show a field of goats, their necks chopped open and their blood appeared to have been drained. It’s causing local community leaders in Puebla to set up watch groups to protect their lifestock.
Pedro Morales writes for the Mexican news site Argon that “Shepherds… in Puebla State are frightened by the attacks on their flocks by either the chupacabras, wild dogs or some other wild creature that they’ve been unable to hunt down, and which has caused the deaths of over 300 goats for some 50 days now.”