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¡El chupacabras capturado en la cinta!

By fortean editor Raven Akki

Posted June 26, 2013


Or chupacabra caught on tape if you don't speak Spanish.


While trawling though the interweb, I stumbled across this gem.

Someone reckons they found the chupacabra on a roadside, just wondering around looking for goats to suck dry like the ale taps of my local.

I dunno what to make of this little devil.

It might be a crossbreed dog of some kind.

But is that what's really been doing it?

If this is the little sucker, I'm somewhat saddened that it's just a dog thing and not some mental experiment pulled from a Peter Benchley novel.

Either way, give the vid a little look and see what you think.

Send a letter to your local park bench if you liked my Spanish.





The above video is embedded from the alien-tastic ADGUKNEWS YouTube channel, which you can check out here. No idea where they got it from, though. The presenter sounds Welsh. Or maybe Inuit. Probably French.


See also Chupacabra strikes in Russia, posted 10/6/13.


What mean fortean?


The terms fortean and forteana derive from the work of Charles Hoy Fort (1874-1932), an American journalist who catalogued anomalous and paranormal reports, ranging from frog falls and spontaneous human combustion to ghosts, cryptids and UFOs. Spending much of his time sifting through "the data of the damned" in the New York Public Library and the British Museum Library, he wrote four seminal texts based on his findings and theories, viz The Book of the Damned (1919), New Lands (1923), Lo! (1931) and Wild Talents (1932). To learn more about this home-brewing inventor of topeacho, have a read of this.



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