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El Chupacabra!!!!!!!

This is an old video, of course…but the most reliable piece of footage we have about the famous reptilian hybrid native to Mexico.

In view of the newest evidence, my team is currently trying to investigate the sightings and evidence and more videos will be provided. I tried to add this a few weeks back but it mysteriously did not appear.

And yes, everything is real…so don;t start that 'fake video" shot again. This is not a troll post or whatever, just a peek into the world’s last mysteries.

Did they do this on monster quest yet? THat show rocks.

Looked like a naked dude taking a shit to me.

Did they do this on monster quest yet? THat show rocks.

Well, it actually was, according to the makers of the video! It is believed that there is an entire tribe of these “guys” sub-human whatever. But the reaosn they’re worth mentioning is they are expected to be a missing link.

As I mentioned in my initial post, the tapestry that we call the “human race” is actually a collectionof hybrids - homo sapiens, cro-magnon (apparently still exists), some neanderthals (believed to be an evolutionary dead-end but are believed to have bred into the 'human race" as it is today), reptilian hybrids, etc etc etc. Its amazing.

[quote]LiftSmart wrote:
Looked like a naked dude taking a shit to me.[/quote]

How was the video added in july but shot in november? There are many of these videos on line most say that it is a fallen angel because of the feathers (???). It was shot in Catalonia.

Damn that was pretty cool right up at the end when it looked at the camera. “HOLY SHIT!” is right.

What the hell do you mean by “my team is currently trying to investigate”, are you a fucking ghostbuster or something?

[quote]NateOrade wrote:

What the hell do you mean by “my team is currently trying to investigate”, are you a fucking ghostbuster or something?[/quote]

lol. So whats this all about? El Chupacabra is like Mexico’s Big Foot (by that I mean, the can’t be proven, unfounded creature)? Looked like the dudes from that movie the descent.

[quote]elusive wrote:
NateOrade wrote:

What the hell do you mean by “my team is currently trying to investigate”, are you a fucking ghostbuster or something?

lol. So whats this all about? El Chupacabra is like Mexico’s Big Foot (by that I mean, the can’t be proven, unfounded creature)? Looked like the dudes from that movie the descent.[/quote]

The first reports were in Ruerto Rico. What I find weird is that up until a couple years ago, sightings were only made in latin american/spanish speaking countries, is the chupacabras racist?

Sounds like bullshit to me (no offense Chupa fans). Like every other mysterious creature sighting, if it exists someone would have found a body by now. Unless of course, Chupacabras bury their dead.

Nah! Just some good friends of mine (I mentioned them briefly during one of my earlier threads where I discussed reptilian traits and evidence at length)

[quote]NateOrade wrote:
Damn that was pretty cool right up at the end when it looked at the camera. “HOLY SHIT!” is right.

What the hell do you mean by “my team is currently trying to investigate”, are you a fucking ghostbuster or something?[/quote]

Ahhh…dude, chupacabras are well-known in places they frequent. There have been reports of them going to shops and asking for food, milk etc. There’s reportedly a whole tribe of these cave-dwellers/forest-dwellers and they migrate from time to time.

[quote]elusive wrote:
Sounds like bullshit to me (no offense Chupa fans). Like every other mysterious creature sighting, if it exists someone would have found a body by now. Unless of course, Chupacabras bury their dead.[/quote]

Yeah the 1st time the myth of the chupacabra hit the news was here in Puerto Rico. I remember I was little and it was a big deal on the news then it went away and came back a couple of months later but since then I have not heard any more news about the subject.

Edit: Oh and the drawings made by people that back then said they saw the chupacabra here in the island look nothing like the thing in the video. Video looks like a seriously skinny dude taking a dump.

[quote]elusive wrote:
Sounds like bullshit to me (no offense Chupa fans). Like every other mysterious creature sighting, if it exists someone would have found a body by now. Unless of course, Chupacabras bury their dead.[/quote]

…or they completely devour their dead.

I guess eating their dead would make some sense, but their skeletal remains should have been found by now then. El chupacabras are just as real as Santa claus.

[quote]tribunaldude wrote:
Well, it actually was, according to the makers of the video! It is believed that there is an entire tribe of these “guys” sub-human whatever. But the reaosn they’re worth mentioning is they are expected to be a missing link.

As I mentioned in my initial post, the tapestry that we call the “human race” is actually a collectionof hybrids - homo sapiens, cro-magnon (apparently still exists), some neanderthals (believed to be an evolutionary dead-end but are believed to have bred into the 'human race" as it is today), reptilian hybrids, etc etc etc. Its amazing.

LiftSmart wrote:
Looked like a naked dude taking a shit to me.

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So you think that ancient humans mated with reptiles and that the offspring were successfully conceived?

I don’t know much about genetics but I was taught that unless the species are very similar they can’t reproduce.

Or do you mean reptile-like aliens that added to the genome in prehistory?

You’re still talking about “ancient humans” as though we were/are one species/whatever…we were always a potpourri. Its just that we are able to spot enough identifying features to ward off any discomfort. These tribals (el chupas) on the other hand probably do not enjoy that luxury and need to be isolated from mainstream society.

At this very point, reptilians are probably mating with 'humans" to make it clearer.

[quote]LiftSmart wrote:
tribunaldude wrote:
Well, it actually was, according to the makers of the video! It is believed that there is an entire tribe of these “guys” sub-human whatever. But the reaosn they’re worth mentioning is they are expected to be a missing link.

As I mentioned in my initial post, the tapestry that we call the “human race” is actually a collectionof hybrids - homo sapiens, cro-magnon (apparently still exists), some neanderthals (believed to be an evolutionary dead-end but are believed to have bred into the 'human race" as it is today), reptilian hybrids, etc etc etc. Its amazing.

LiftSmart wrote:
Looked like a naked dude taking a shit to me.

So you think that ancient humans mated with reptiles and that the offspring were successfully conceived?

I don’t know much about genetics but I was taught that unless the species are very similar they can’t reproduce.

Or do you mean reptile-like aliens that added to the genome in prehistory?[/quote]

I’m a bit more inclined to ‘believe’ in the Chup, opposed to Nessie or Bigfoot. I think that there’s a very real possiblity that there’s some fucked-up, mutated goat-dog-man running around. It’s called bestiality!

But really, the tropics of the area near the equator are (I’m guessing) a much more dense and lush breeding ground for strange creatures, compared to the fucking highlands of Washington or wherever the hell ‘they’ say Bigfoot is. I could see a Chup being far less obtrusive than a 8-foot tall gorilla man walking around. Just a thought, though.

Bigfoot tribes do exist, and have been studied quite extensively. Interestingly, they have been known to grow and use cannabis well before “modern man”.

[quote]SSC wrote:
I’m a bit more inclined to ‘believe’ in the Chup, opposed to Nessie or Bigfoot. I think that there’s a very real possiblity that there’s some fucked-up, mutated goat-dog-man running around. It’s called bestiality!

But really, the tropics of the area near the equator are (I’m guessing) a much more dense and lush breeding ground for strange creatures, compared to the fucking highlands of Washington or wherever the hell ‘they’ say Bigfoot is. I could see a Chup being far less obtrusive than a 8-foot tall gorilla man walking around. Just a thought, though.[/quote]

Brock Samson had the right idea. Those things need to die.