Chasing the Chupacabra

Posted by: Nick Redfern on May 24th, 2012

In a newly-posted piece at Mysterious Universe, I begin thus:

“As someone who is an author, I am often asked to write reviews of other people’s books. The vast majority of all the books I review are focused upon the adventures and exploits of other people. Island of Paradise by Jonathan Downes, however, is very different, in the sense that it’s a book in which I play a central role. Nevertheless, I hope this has not influenced my opinion of the book! It’s a highly entertaining, warts and all study of what occurs during the course of an expedition of the Chupacabra kind…

“It was in the summer of 2004 that Jon and I headed off to the rain-forests of Puerto Rico, courtesy of the SyFy Channel, who wanted to film us chasing the Chupacabra and UFOs for its now-defunct show Proof Positive – which was a pretty well executed combination of The X-Files meets CSI, albeit in a non-fiction format. For seven days we rampaged and roamed around the island in search of the vampire-like beast, and heard tale after tale of crashed UFOs, dead aliens, bizarre conspiracies linking the Chupacabra with extra-terrestrial experimentation, secret military operations, black Flying Triangles, and much more.”

And here’s the complete post.

Nick Redfern About Nick Redfern
Punk music fan, Tennents Super and Carlsberg Special Brew beer fan, horror film fan, chocolate fan, like to wear black clothes, like to stay up late. Work as a writer.

One Response to “Chasing the Chupacabra”

  1. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    Okay, now I’m confused. Is the singular form “chupacabra” or “chupacabras?” It seems like the latter has usurped the former, from what I remember. Am I mistaken, or is the name evolving, just like the creature itself, which has gone from reptilian goatsucker to mangy canine?

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