Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Chupacabra In Georgetown ?

We've all been following Ben, over at Abnormal Outdoors, about the Chupacabra story. Two days ago, Frank Gallo in Georgetown, about 40 miles from my house, shot one. The animal had huge claws, canine-like teeth and almost no fur on its body. Just like the picture on Bens site.

If you want to read the whole story, here is the link.

According to California Department of Fish and Game Warden Patrick Foy, "It's probably a juvenile bear and has developed some type of an ailment that's caused it's skin to shed all of it's fur".

The latest update from Channel 10 is that a DNA test confirms the it is a juvenile bear, but they are still testing to find the cause of the hair loss.

Frank is not so sure. Check out the story.



  1. Thats strange. Who knows whats out there

  2. Awesome. Chupacabra are real...but that was a bear. Real chupacabras have a pointier nose, and also know how to dance the merengue.