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Goat Sucker in Deer Creek?

Posted by: KryptoKelly on February 23rd, 2013

Has a mythical Chupacabra made its way from Mexico to Oklahoma? Experts say hideous creature captured in photos is just a coyote with mange. Photos of a hideous animal feeding on a deer carcass in a field have caused whispers in northern Oklahoma – a chupacabra, the mythical Mexican predator, has found its way across the border.

The chupacabra is the stuff of nightmares – a reptilian creature with scaly skin and a forked tongue that feeds by sucking the blood out of livestock. It has a special taste for goats.

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11 Responses to “Goat Sucker in Deer Creek?”

  1. Frank Oliveri via Facebook responds:

    I’ve looked at many clips of the Chupacabra, and I am aware there are two types. The one that looks like a dog and the winged/alien type version. Of what I can tell from all the stories on the dog version one, I am under the strong belief that it is a version of the Australian/Tasmanian Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger). Don’t ask me how it got over there but if you study all the clips of its stance, its gait, the behaviours, the head shape, the length of its snout, the way it opens its mouth, it doesn’t behave like a dog, it behaves like one of these creatures. There are still some old black and white clips of the Thylacine located on youtube to compare.

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  4. Connor Hutton via Facebook responds:

    ^uhh i’m sorry but what the hell are you talking about?

  5. Frank Oliveri via Facebook responds:

    There are several pics and clips on the net regarding proported Chupacabras. Some range in explaination from dogs with mange to coyote hybrids.
    There are however ones that do not look like any dog but look more like some genis similar to the Thylacine. There were a couple clip from years ago, one in particular where it was captured on a cop car camera and another that was killed by farmers dogs and frozen. Ill see if I can dig them up and post them tomorrow.

  6. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    The animal in that photo is the stuff of nightmares? Really?

  7. Millie Fischer via Facebook responds:

    Looks like a coyote with mange… but it’s great to see the Chupacabras is back (be it fake or not!)!

  8. Goodfoot responds:

    Winged? The original Chupacabras reports were of something like a reptile hybrid that had spikes on its back and walked/hopped on two feet, not of winged creatures.

    Much later, the phony fecal matter crept in, featuring canids that did indeed look like mangy dogs, coyotes or even red foxes. The MEDIA confused the issue, I suspect partly out of ignorance and partly out of contempt for the unknown, “damned” data, to use Fort’s term.

  9. David-Australia responds:

    Sorry to burst your bubble, but to me that mangy coyote doesn’t look anything like a Thylacine.

  10. sasquatch responds:

    That’s a very scary artistic rendering at the top…who made it?

  11. Averagefoot responds:

    I wonder if all of these coyotes with mange are actually a hairless mutation that has recently popped up in the gene pool. Mange, even when severe, usually doesn’t cause complete hair loss on an animal and it seems that in the last few years quite a few of these things have been spotted.



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