- or so they say. Wasn’t it about this time last year when a Chuppacabra was supposedly killed by a farmer in Texas? What was believed to be a mythological beast that preyed upon their livestock was photographed and even made it on the news.
It appears they have a different way of dealing with the chuppacabra menace in Siberia, however. According to an article from Moscow News. com:
“All the people are scared, they fear that the creature will move onto children,” the head of the village said. “We have organized night patrols of six people. We walk through the village, on the look out for this wickedness. But so far we have had no results.”
So why do they think there’s a chupacabra in their midst? Apparently farmers and small shareholders near Novosibirsk have been waking to find their goats dead. Puncture marks and a lack of blood led the locals to declare it was the vampire-like monster.
But isn’t the chupacabra a South American legend? Thanks to globalization, it is now a legend that any country can embrace. Of course, Discovery News reported in 2010 that Texas’s chupacabras were only wild dogs with a deadly form of mange, who knows? Maybe Russia will have better luck.
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Special thanks to Steve for sharing this with me!