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Cool Horror Videos: Hunter claims to have killed a real Chupacabra

Sep. 16, 2013by: Kevin Woods
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While I'm not one to knock what another person believes may be true, I have a hard time believing in the supernatural, choosing instead to put my beliefs into science. Yes, I'm a skeptic, but I try to keep an open mind. I don't believe in UFO's, the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, ghosts, demons and the like, but seeing is believing and if I ever encountered something unexplainable perhaps it would change my mind on a few things. Today we have a cool horror video that features a supposed real-life Chupacabra that was killed by a hunter in Mississipi. In the case of this video, seeing is still believing...but not in a belief that chupacabra exists, but that sometimes the Southern stereotype is more right than wrong. As a Southerner myself I can honestly say I know people like in this video below - too many hits of bad 'shine, apparently - and even when the truth is as evident as it is in this vid, they still can't be convinced otherwise. See for yourself.

If that's a Chupacabra I'll eat my shoe.

Extra Tidbit: Looks like a dog with the mange to me.

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12:34PM on 09/16/2013
Kevin, chupacapras are real, and the video's canine is a chupacapra. BUT, the legends about these animals are folklore and fiction. The chupacapra is a recently discovered North American canine living in Texas and the American South. The National Geographic Channel (or maybe Animal Planet) has at least one documentary about these creatures. Interested JoBlo readers can research these real-world animals if they wish. These creatures are not just canis familiaris with mange. They are a different
Kevin, chupacapras are real, and the video's canine is a chupacapra. BUT, the legends about these animals are folklore and fiction. The chupacapra is a recently discovered North American canine living in Texas and the American South. The National Geographic Channel (or maybe Animal Planet) has at least one documentary about these creatures. Interested JoBlo readers can research these real-world animals if they wish. These creatures are not just canis familiaris with mange. They are a different variety of canine from dogs, wolves, coyotes, foxes, jackals, etc.
They are not the supernatural creatures of horror movies and ghost stories either, of course.
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