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Manipulating the Monster

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Few people, whether they have a deep interest in the realm of Cryptozoology or not, will be unaware of the strange phenomenon known as the Chupacabra: a vampire-like entity rumored to roam the island of Puerto Rico since the 1990s.I have been to this mysterious and fascinating locale on a number of occasions, and have collected a large amount of reports, data, and sightings of the blood-thirsty beast in the process. But, is the Chupacabra a real beast at all? You may well wonder where I’m going with this, so, I’ll tell you!

Most fascinating of all to me was the theory of a man named Orlando Pla, my guide while on Puerto Rico in late 2005. Orlando told me of a theory that the Chupacabra was actually some form of “social experiment” created by the government to: act as a convenient cover to hide dark and dubious things that the Army was secretly doing on the island; and determine how rumors spread, and the way in which those same rumors could be controlled and manipulated for psychological-warfare purposes.

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Interesting article, makes sense and could be the truth. Sure hope it's not the case (similar story) with other cryptids/monsters that we hear about and look for.

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interesting

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Probably the most interesting article I've read on the Chupacabra.

The theory brought up is a lot more possible than the original legend, very believable and pretty well written too. Gets my thumbs up.

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Funny...

We just had this discussion on the previous

Chupacabra tread about the Radsworth book debunking the creature as mass hysteria produced from watching a 1995 horror flick.

Nick Redfern's research validates my point in the previous thread about the PR version being 'genetically modified' Rees Monkeys from a secret research facility.

Here's the link to the previous thread:

http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/viewnews.php?id=202815

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I have got to say from my perspective living in south Texas it seems this animal is actually just a poor mange ridden coyote. At least once a year their is a sighting and usually photos or video. They always seem so alarmed, but its always clearly been a coyote with bad mange. The "native population" has a propensity for the paranormal and mystical in south Texas, which is actually one of this regions charms :) However the chupa-lebra, chabra, or whatever they call it next season seems very normal to me. FYI coyotes will defiantly "suck" on a goat ;)

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there was a news story a few months ago in the state i live in that a chupacabra had been shot and killed.when it was checked,it turned out to be a large raccoon with the mange.but the pictures of it were scary looking. it did look like a monster.

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I too have heard the story / theory about a secret research lab in Puerto Rico , that one of their expieriments got loose . The stories have reached the states and discoveries have started happening here . What I heard so far on what's been found is a genedic hybred that's has came about by cross breeding . I.E. wild animals cross breeding with domestic breeds . There are some new interestings stories and pictures on the internet and on programs such as Monster Quest and Paranormal Fact or Faked......

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