El Chupacabra blamed for beheadings in Mexico (with photo)by Cherlyn Gardner Strong on Sep. 03, 2010, under Life, Monsters
Sucking blood from his victims seems to have become very boring for El Chupacabra. The creature now appears to be beheading the goats in Mexico, as initially reported by AOLNews.
It isn’t clear from the reports if he is sucking the blood out of the goats before or after the decapitations.
More than 300 goats have been beheaded over a two-month period. Since very little evidence of blood remains at the scene of each incident, El Chupacabra must be the culprit, they say.
The cryptid (an animal not yet confirmed by science) has taken the blame for many deaths. He has also been the subject of frequent satire, usually related to Arizona.
Two months ago, the Weekly World News released a satirical story about President Obama releasing the creature into Saguaro National Park in Pima County, Arizona. Obama made this move, according to the story, to force Arizonans to repeal the controversial immigration law SB 1070 before it went into effect.
In another widely circulated believed-to-be-true story, the creature attacked Tucsonan Billy Nubian’s goats during one of the very first documented Chupacabra attacks. The problem with that story is that “Nubian” is a breed of goat. Considering that fact, the man’s name would be “Billy Goat”. People, quit spreading that story, it’s not true. It’s simply another Arizona myth.
It’s no wonder that Arizona and Mexico have beheading on their minds. With the drug cartels clearly performing that act on people in Mexico, El Chupacabra is now beheading Mexican goats.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is blamed for creating that mythical claim about beheadings on U.S. soil.
The answer to all of this is quite simple:
Just blame El Chupacabra.
Warning: Graphic photo of slain Mexico goats below.