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#1    FireFrog

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Posted 30 August 2003 - 03:54 AM

Hey there everyone! Names FireFrog, hence the left hand side bar which says "FireFrog" on it. If you can't find the left hand side bar its on the left  tongue.gif

Well I'm a new member to the boards but I've always been a long time visitor here! I'm 14, share your interest in the paranormal and extraterrestrial etc and also enjoy acting/scriptwriting. In fact, acting/scriptwriting is what I wanna' do for a living.

Aaaanyway... I've had this idea for a movie script (kinda' a thriller or horror depending on how you look at it) about El Chupacabra. I picked the topic because I realise how vague the information on it is which allows me to make up my own background behind the creature and because it has so far not been used in a movie (to my knowledge anyway).

Well I needa' know...

A bit of history behind the first few sightings / reports of the drained cattle.
Maybe some witness drawings or pictures of the Chupacabra to get an idea of how it would look.

Basically ANYTHING about the beast would be helpful. I want my script to be true to life in a sense so that it's a bit of history behind it as well as a good story.  grin2.gif

Thanx guys,
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(also, lookout for an upcomming website of mine on the paranormal tongue.gif)


#2    Nancy

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Posted 30 August 2003 - 04:19 AM

Welcome Aboard!!!

Below are two links (the second being 'generic') that will give you some basics.

"Chewie" as I call him, is rather elusive, as is "Lechusa" so finding accurate accounts is not always easy, nor reliable.

I wish you luck! Nice meeting you.

http://www.mysticaluniverse.com/mystical_c...chupacabra.html
http://www.rense.com


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#3    FireFrog

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Posted 30 August 2003 - 04:33 AM

Thank you Nancy.
The first link was very helpful and I will be able to incorporate some of the Mexican's beliefs / stories / government remarks (or cover-ups wink2.gif ) into my script. original.gif

Thanks again
--FireFrog

((Oh yeah... if anyone else has more... I'd still appreaciate it  tongue.gif ))


#4    Benjo Koolzooie

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Posted 30 August 2003 - 11:00 AM

Hi Firefrog! grin2.gif

This is quite an intresting topic actually. As for links, I think the first one Nancy gave you is very good, I may know of a few other ones, not as good though. If I manage to find them I will post the links here.

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Posted 30 August 2003 - 02:18 PM

Thanks Benjo. I appreaciate that.
Yeah, I've been interested in the El Chupacabra phenomena (if you could call it that) since I first heard of it...

I find that a lot of other phenomena although fairly interesting, seem to lack something that makes it rise above all the rest. The theory of alien abductions, Bigfoot and El Chupacabra are by far more interesting than, say Human Malformations and Spontaneous Human Combustion for example as these three things have a certain spark to their stories which others don't have. Possibly more mystery surrounding it?

Anyway, that's off topic. Thanks for ya' help original.gif


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Posted 30 August 2003 - 11:05 PM

Hey FireFrog,

I love making movies with my Digital Camcorder, most of them are horror( try to be be). In fact there is 1 about a scarecrow my mom made attacking me and my friends! I would like 2 see some of ur movie scripts!

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Posted 31 August 2003 - 02:49 PM

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Yes, I too remember getting out mum's old video camera to make a few messed up home movies grin2.gif
Most of mine were comedies though...

Anyway, I'll be sure to send you a copy of this one if you want when its done... although that'll be in a long time  laugh.gif

Proper movie scripts take ages and a buttload of re-writing and drafting... but I'll keep at it  thumbsup.gif

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Posted 31 August 2003 - 08:44 PM

The first time the chupacabra was seen was sometime in the fifties in Puerto Rico close to that military base that was recently shut down. It was described as a tan hairless monkey with a row of spines going down it's back and big bat like wings and the ability to jump very high and agilely. The farmer who had seen it thought that it was a demon and soon found that some of his cattle had been killed. I don't remember much. I found that out when I had gone to Puerto Rico. There was this small little museum thing off this road and we went there and they had like 5 copies of news reels playing once every 10 minutes. As well as statues and articles about every sighting seen posted along the walls and in books. They basically showed interviews with the people who had seen it and little sketches that the people had made after seeing it.  

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Posted 01 September 2003 - 09:31 AM

Aah, great Spyro,
That helps me out a fair bit... so was that the first report of the cattle being found drained of their blood or the first siting or both?

Anyway, it was helpful. Thanx again.
--FireFrog


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Posted 01 September 2003 - 10:09 AM

Also it would be a good idea to get the feel of everything if you were to visit the places that it has or has been claimed to attack. That way you could incorporate more of an authentic feel to the way it has either attacked or stalk it's prey.

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Posted 01 September 2003 - 11:26 AM

Hmm... thanks for the pointer Bloated Corpse, I'll have to do a bit of research on that field for this script.

Although I do intend to make this authentic in such aspects, part of this script is the fact that El Chupacabra attacks seem to becoming more numorous and targeted more so toward human prey lately...
Why? Well I can't tell you that now (there are spies all of this board, just waiting to steal my ideas, I swear it  rolleyes.gif ), but I have it all worked out original.gif

Anymore links would be apreciated...
Oh, and one more thing... am I to understand that a lot of Chupacabra sightings, while they share a variety of features which are the same (fangs, spikes along spine etc) are fairly varied (as in, someone may say it has short hairs, some may say its hairless, some say it runs on all fours, others say it runs on two legs etc etc)?

--FireFrog


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Posted 01 September 2003 - 02:04 PM

if the first witness claimed it was hairless, why do other witnesses claim some to be hairy? ARE THERE SPECIES OF CHUPACABRA?!

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Posted 02 September 2003 - 09:06 AM

Exactly the question that was on my mind... That would believe us to either believe these sightings are hoaxed or the possibility that perhaps their are species of Chupacabra or that they have evolved over time.

Then there's the theory I had for my script, but I can't be giving that away now then eh?  tongue.gif

Interesting...
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Posted 02 September 2003 - 11:19 AM

QUOTE (FireFrog @ Sep 2 2003, 09:06 AM)

Then there's the theory I had for my script, but I can't be giving that away now then eh?  tongue.gif

So I take it we will see this as a block buster movie in the future then?

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Posted 02 September 2003 - 03:00 PM

Can I be listed in the credits as: "Did absolutely nothing for me." ? tongue.gif  





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