• Photo Of Jersey Devil?

    Photo Of Jersey Devil?4

    • June 13, 2013

    While I’ve never been a Jersey Devil fan (of either the hockey team or the cryptid), I know there are a few of you out there who lie awake at night wondering if one of these terrible creatures will jump through your bedroom window and eat your face. To clarify again, when I say ”

  • Unknown Beast Kills Goat – Leaps Over 9 Foot Fence

    Unknown Beast Kills Goat – Leaps Over 9 Foot Fence12

    • April 24, 2013

    Angel Joel Soto got the scare of his life when he interrupted an unknown creature which had just taken down one of his goats. Surprised by Soto, the beast escaped his property by jumping a 9 foot tall fence, topped with razor wire. Strangely enough, it required no running start, as it stopped at the

  • Video: Chupacabra Trapped and Released?

    Video: Chupacabra Trapped and Released?16

    • August 17, 2011

    Are we finally witnessing the fabled Chupacabra? Cheverly, MD is the site of Prince George’s Hospital Center where smokers who must go into nearby brush to get their daily fix started seeing this strange animal during their smoke breaks. They were so intrigued that they baited it in and trapped it. I think we can

  • Did the El Chupacabra Craze Start with a Movie?4

    • March 25, 2011

    Benjamin Radford, managing editor of the journal The Skeptical Inquirer has made the bold claim that El Chupacabra was actually born from a movie. Furthermore, he claims he can prove it. Although I’ve never been a fan of the Chup craze (just a silly myth IMO) there are thousands that believe these menacing goat suckers

  • “Mysterious Creature”: Not Chupacabra8

    • January 5, 2011

    Remember that “mysterious” creature that was found in Kentucky and raised a big debate online whether it was the Chupacabras or not? Well, let’s just cut the suspense. It was a raccoon. Yup. A raccoon. I personally have it difficult to understand how someone can look at a picture like the one above and believe

  • Chupacabras Explained?4

    • October 25, 2010

    GT reader Ramon sent me this interesting article from Discovery News. The article talks about how wild dogs with mange are the most likely explanation of the feared Chupacabras creature that has been tormenting most major Latin countries. “Because these animals[wild dogs] are greatly weakened, they’re going to have a hard time hunting,” OConnor said.


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