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PostPosted: 11-06-2003 08:57    Post subject: Reply with quote

skeleton of chupa

Found this on google, anybody else seen it before? hoax?


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PostPosted: 14-06-2003 16:14    Post subject: chupa skeleton remains Reply with quote

skeleton of chupa


I haven't seen the photos on this site before. i don't know if they are hoaxes or if anyone here has seen them before. what d'you think?
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PostPosted: 14-06-2003 18:40    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dog skeletons.
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PostPosted: 17-06-2003 23:45    Post subject: Reply with quote

I saw a chupacabra's corpse once at the county fair, as a matter of fact. This was no Minnesota Iceman, though; it was a piece of shit. The thing was part of an "animal freak show" that included a live four-legged duck, some odd fish passed off as mermen, and a bunch of pig embryos floating around in jars. The chupacabra was the main attraction, and lay in the middle of a large crate padded with hay. My imagination raced, thinking maybe, just MAYBE somebody had gotten lucky and actually killed one of the little devils. Sadly, all I got was a crude, fiberglass skeleton glued to the bottom of the crate with some rubber "intestines" pouring out. Unfortunate that I didn't have my camera, or else I could post it on Art Bell's website with all the other "authentic" chupa remains
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PostPosted: 18-06-2003 06:52    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bump! Four Chupa threads merged.

Plenty of back posts to read.
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PostPosted: 16-09-2003 00:06    Post subject: Caught on video?!? Reply with quote

Sorry to drag up the Chupa corpse again, but I couldn't
pass this one up:

http://www.geocities.com/ufomiami.geo/DIGITAL/Caught.html

Use this for the video:

http://www.geocities.com/ufomiami.geo/DIGITAL/CloseUp.mpg
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THE RECORDING

The duration in which the animal can be seen is of approximately 4 seconds. The distance from the camera's position to the subject under analysis is approximately 15 to 20 meters.

Its appearance, at a glance, is that of a black panther combining canine and ape characteristics. But detail is only possible through the result of an objective digital analysis.

TRUE APPEARANCE OF THE ANIMAL

Its size--horizontally-- is approximately 1.8 meters long by 1.4 meters tall.

It has two ears similar to those of a donkey but much thinner, with an approximate length of 30 centimeters. When these are in repose, they remain straight and forward (rigid). Upon observing or feeling itself under observation, it moves them backward at a 90 degree angle, approximately. At no time does it relax or put its ears back, as is the case with most animals; they always move in the same direction, from front to back.

On its abdominal region it present four cannulae or segmented tubes which appear to emerge from its dorsal area and are attached to its body. These cannulae, ended in semi-rounded points, hang beneath its abdomen forming a ring. Something similar can be found on its neck but these are short, thick and semi-conical. Between its nasal region and muzzle other dangling cannulae can be seen, these being shorter and lighter in color, and which it appears to be able to contract and extend at will. Speculatively, it might be able to employ them as siphons to drain its victims' blood.

Between these cannulae, which emerge under its nose, a strange pair of vampire-like fangs can be seen to emerge from the upper mandible, linking in a rounded manner, opening slightly at their ends and curving backward, like powerful claww.

It has a powerful jaw and a broad muzzle with long upper fangs.

Its nose presents large nasal openings, a combination of pig, mandrill and wolf.

Seen sideways, its face resembles that of a large feline, but seen face-on, [it resembles] a fusion between wolf, feline, pig and mandrill. It further presents a slight protuberance in the upper rear part of its skull.

It features a pair of curvilinear upper wings which fold and emerge from behind its neck, like the wings on a hawk. These weings present three folds from beginning to end, with the last one fold being the one of largest size.

It is further endowed with two medium-sized lateral fins that emerge from behind each one of the front legs, which are linked to a "semi-rectangular" prominence or bulk located in the underarm joint of said extremity.

The wings resemble those of a bat, where bones adhered to the skin can be identified, showing several final flolds and fan-shaped joints on the base.

It features membranes or pseudo-wings which link the front arms with the medial abdominal region of its body and has characteristics which are very similar to the aforementioned wings, only thinner. In a resting position, these [pseudo-wings] assume the shape of an inverted "V". Its skin is slightly lighter in color and crossed by thin bones.

It has a short tail, measuring some 20 cm. in length with a mean thickness of 5 cm. resembling a thick sausage, which it shakes quickly.

Its upper wings, when folded over its back, become fused with its fur. Slight protuberances (on its back) can be seen which would be the edges of the pointed folds of the folded wings. Toward the end of the body, the endings or tips of the wings mounted (sic) or in repose can be clearly seen, above and between the tail.

It's hind legs are noticeably longer than the front ones. It walks with its hind legs flexed--as though crouching--opening them sideways; it walks normally with its front legs. Its gait has a certain resemblance with that of a large lizard. Both arms and legs on its upper section appear thick and strong. Four long frontal toes joined by a membrane can be seen in its hind legs, plus a dewclaw with medium sized nails.

The color of the creature's skin on its head and the ends of its feet and hands are dark in color, rather black, while the rest of the body has a dark brown shade that is only slightly lighter in the abdominal area. Reddish shades are evident on its nose and upper wings (back). Certain lighter shades can also be seen toward the tips of the upper folded wings (over the tail).

It is not possible to establish sexual organs.

It walks quickly, talking great strides, but the movement of its wings and face (attention and reaction) is far swifter. Movements are very similar to those of a lizard.

Its eyes are elongated and swept backward, menacing, curved and following the shape of its skull.

The analyses are still ongoing. New details on this creature may still be found.
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I think this is by the same folks who brought
us the fairy-folk in the solar lamp!
Its a cat for crying out loud!

TVgeek


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PostPosted: 16-09-2003 00:09    Post subject: Re: Caught on video?!? Reply with quote

TVgeek wrote:

Sorry to drag up the Chupa corpse again, but I couldn't
pass this one up:

http://www.geocities.com/ufomiami.geo/DIGITAL/Caught.html


Quote:
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PostPosted: 16-09-2003 00:11    Post subject: Re: Re: Caught on video?!? Reply with quote

Leave it to Geocities -- just when things were getting good! Wink

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PostPosted: 16-09-2003 00:13    Post subject: Re: Re: Re: Caught on video?!? Reply with quote

TVgeek wrote:

Leave it to Geocities -- just when things were getting good! Wink

TVgeek


Clearly a government cover-up. Frankly i'd be stunned if Lizards weren't behind it.
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PostPosted: 24-09-2003 07:13    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just dowloaded the video and saw the pictures in the other Spanish website. For the life of me, I can't see a thing that would not convince that this is not a dog or some other animal.
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PostPosted: 29-07-2004 01:56    Post subject: Elmendorf creature: Possible chupacabra? Reply with quote

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Chupacabra? Strange Animal Found in Elmendorf

LAST UPDATE: 7/28/2004 5:05:14 PM
Posted By: Walker Robinson


A rancher in Elmendorf, southeast of San Antonio, found a strange creature attacking his livestock, and local animal experts say identifying it is a tough call.

Devin Macanally says he has lived on his ranch for 15 years and has never seen anything like it.

"It was eating mulberrys under a tree," he said.

It is a strange dog-looking creature with a blue color that he says began a killing spree. Devin first knew something was up when his chickens started disappearing. At one point, 35 were gone in just one day.

Macanally finally shot and killed the creature, and he was blown away at what he saw.




"First thing that came to my mind, is surely everybody's gonna think this is a chupacabra," he laughed. "But it's so odd because it has no hair."

At the nearby Deleon's Grocery and Market, customers come in to check out pictures of it. One woman says it is exactly how her grandmother described the dreaded chupacabra.

People at the San Antonio Zoo say they have not seen anything like it. Terry DeRosa with the zoo says at a feather-light 20 pounds, he thinks it might be a wild mexican dog.

"It may be one of the hairless dogs that perhaps you see in Mexico," he said.

Devin says he would like to know for sure. He says he is hoping someone can help identify it, possibly by DNA.


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PostPosted: 29-07-2004 03:59    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stuff like this makes me wonder why there are so many Mexican hairless dogs in the U.S. And they really like berrys, by the way.
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PostPosted: 29-07-2004 08:46    Post subject: Reply with quote

Now that is interesting. It does look rather dog like, but isn´t the front legs wrong? They seem odd to me. The way the knees go.
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PostPosted: 29-07-2004 09:06    Post subject: Reply with quote

Merrick wrote:

Now that is interesting. It does look rather dog like, but isn´t the front legs wrong? They seem odd to me. The way the knees go.


They are normal. Remember that the "knees" in the front legs fold backwards. It's not a knee by the way, I don't remember the English word, but it's the articulation between arm and forearm. It has not a rothula like the knee. If this thing is not a dog, it's still a canine.
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PostPosted: 29-07-2004 10:04    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think you mean 'elbow'? In dogs the 'knee' on the hind legs is called the stifle joint.
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