Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

The Chupacabra Is Real, And It's Hanging Out Texas

Has the dreaded chupacabra-the mysterious goat-sucker of legend-finally been found in Hood County? Yeah, sure, why not. COWER IN FEAR OF THE CHUPACABRA, people!

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PropSword (#2,870)


deepomega (#1,720)

Not very intimidating at all.

Art Yucko (#1,321)

Video isn't working, but Grant Stinchfield?!?! That's enough entertainment for me.

(Not to be Nomenclaturist! <3 ole'timey Anglo-Scottish Texas Names!)

Art Yucko (#1,321)


Video isn't working, but "Grant Stinchfield"?!?! That's more than enough entertainment for me.

(Not to be Nomenclaturist! <3 the ole'timey Anglo/Scottish Texas Names!)

Art Yucko (#1,321)


I was going to say:
Video ain't working, but "Grant Stinchfield"??!?! That's more than enough entertainment for me.

(Not to be Nomenclaturist! <3 the ole'timey Anglo/Scots Texas names!)

Well now that that's solved, Dave Bry needs to get on the Jersey Devil beat.

citizen192 (#68)

Every six months, some dillhole finds a dead, bloated and skinned coyote and says "hot shit! i found me a choopugh-cab-ra!"

scroll_lock (#4,122)

Chupa chupa chupa chupa chupacabra! You come and go, you come and gooooo.

These sightings always make me want to spend the day watching Monsterquest, where in the last 3 minutes of the show, scientists repeatedly tell Bigfoot/Sasquatch/Chupacabra/Jersey Devil/Ohio Grassman enthusiasts that their hair sample came from a dog or bear. It's dream-squelching at its finest!

SourCapote (#4,872)

Fuck that show….wasted tooo many seconds on that wreck of fantasy….srslyyyyy one show was about regular flies making video distortions in a shitty camera and calling it a monster

DMcK (#5,027)

My fave Monsterquest was about MONSTER CANINES INVADING OUR CITIES!, which rather admirably turned into a weirdly affecting study of Detroit's feral dog population. Although, yeah, more often than not I'm shouting "IT'S A BEAR YOU MORON, DON'T YOU FUCKING HAVE EYES?!?" at whatever grainy "evidence" they're presenting.

Yes! I saw the canines one! And that is a dead-on description. Poor wild dogs!
Also the episodes about the giant octopus, giant killer squids, and giant jellyfish were really interesting. They didn't find any super giant ones, obviously, but I learned a lot about the terrifying moderately-giant ones that already exist! Oceans are now scary to me!

DMcK (#5,027)

The premise of hanging out all day in whatever part of Detroit where you would most likely encounter feral dogs was the scariest thing I've seen on that show.

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