Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Bigfoot exists says Green and more on the Texas Chupacabra.


Salisbury man hunts Bigfoot: 'I'm not the village idiot'
NewsChannel 36 Posted: Tuesday, Jul. 13, 2010
Mike Greene
Is there really a Bigfoot in the North Carolina mountains?
Our recent story of a spotting in Cleveland County certainly had its skeptics, but we found one man who says Bigfoot exists and he's been chasing the controversial creature for more than 20 years.Mike Greene, 68, lives in Salisbury. He's a retired state fraud investigator and has a master's degree in behavioral psychology."I'm not the village idiot here and I'm an extremely skeptical person by nature," Greene said."I said until I actually saw one myself, no matter what all these other people told me, I didn't believe it for sure. But its true and it's hard to believe but it's true," he said.Tonight at 11, NewsChannel 36 Reporter Michelle Boudin goes into the woods with Greene. See the video he says is proof that Bigfoot exists.


(ChattahBox)—El Chupacabra, a mythical blood-sucking creature that is often referred to, as the Bigfoot of the Latino world, is apparently migrating to Texas and terrorizing ranchers with its pink-skinned and hairless hideousness. In recent days, two coyote-like creatures were killed in Hood County, reviving the imaginations of believers in the Chupacabra legend. Is the creature half dog, half human? How about half dog, half coyote with a smidgen of alien DNA thrown in? Others believe the Chupacabra is a relative of the dinosaur. Whatever the origin of the creatures found in Texas, one thing is agreed upon: it’s very, very ugly.According to a local report, Hood County Animal Control Officer Frank Hackett found the first Chupacabra skulking in a barn. “It was ugly, real ugly, I’m not going to tell no lie on that one,” he said.The second creature, killed by a rancher, was described as having “deer ears, big teeth and pinkish skin.”According to the Skeptics Dictionary, the legend of the Chupacabra began in Puerto Rico to explain a rash of animal mutilations plaguing the region:“The chupacabra (“goat sucker”) is an animal said to be unknown to science and systemically killing animals in places like Puerto Rico, Miami, Nicaragua, Chile, and Mexico. The creature’s name originated with the discovery of some dead goats in Puerto Rico with puncture wounds in their necks and their blood allegedly drained. According to UFO Magazine (March/April 1996) there have been more than 2,000 reported cases of animal mutilations in Puerto Rico attributed to the chupacabra.”However, testing of the so-called Chupacabras have found the creatures to be wild dogs, or coyotes with a severe case of mange. But the legend of the terrifying goat-sucker lives on!
The two Chupacabra carcasses have been sent to Texas A&M for DNA testing.

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2 comments:

TG Powell said...

Actually there was four DNA samples sent to Texas A&M and the results were......one raccoon, one fox, one coyote and one mexican wolf coyote cross breed. Sorry....there are no Chupacabra in Texas.

Tabitca said...

Thanks for that TG. I don't think anyone really thought they Chupacabra, did they? It has caused a media frenzy though.