Missouri Man Has Shot Two “Chupacabras”

“The creature slowed  down and stood up on its back legs -
its back legs were longer than its front legs - and as it stood
up its head turned and it looked straight at us.”

- Jami Ham, Medical Technician, Poplar Bluff, Missouri

Poplar Bluff, Missouri, is 153 miles south of St. Louis not far from the Tennessee border with a population of some 17,000 residents on the Black River.
Poplar Bluff, Missouri, is 153 miles south of St. Louis not far from the Tennessee border with a population of some 17,000 residents on the Black River.

August 31, 2012  Poplar Bluff, Missouri - In the spring of 1995, farmers in the El Junque rainforest region of Puerto Rico reported finding chickens, rabbits, goats, sheep and even dogs with quarter-inch wide puncture holes that did not bleed, but usually left the victimized domestic animals dead as if the blood had been sucked out of them. That description lead to the name “chupacabras,” which means “goat sucker” in Spanish.

 

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