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"Gargoyle" attacks reported in Puerto Rico

Posted on Thursday, 2 September, 2010 | Comment icon 23 comments | News tip by: Still Waters


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A strange creature nicknamed "the Gargoyle" has reportedly attacked several animals and even people in Puerto Rico.

The creature has been described by some in a similar manner to the infamous Chupacabra while others believe it is something else entirely and that it resides in an abandoned sugar mill somewhere in Barrio Ensenada.

"A strange creature with wings resembling those of a bat and which has been dubbed “the Gargoyle” has attacked several animals and even a human, according to reports issued by residents of Guánica."

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Comment icon #14 Posted by Graveyard Hound on 2 September, 2010, 18:59
A flying vampire-werewolf-flyin' thing-a-bob.
Comment icon #15 Posted by stuntboy92 on 2 September, 2010, 19:16
bet ya it was a bat but nobody wanted to sound like a ***** so they said it was a flying thingamabob
Comment icon #16 Posted by AliveInDeath on 2 September, 2010, 19:19
They didn't really describe it much. Just that it has bat wings. It's hard to go by that.
Comment icon #17 Posted by pimpo911 on 2 September, 2010, 20:54
it must be mothman
Comment icon #18 Posted by Humblemun on 3 September, 2010, 8:49
My fourwinged bird hypothesis fits, a former web footed diving bird which has now evolved a webfootwing propulsion technique. Feathered wings upfront and two batlike wings at the rear. The middle rear digit would be extended in forcful flight but fold back up the outside of the rear leg during the pull-in phase and also when the bird is perched, therefore leaving a hooflike two toed track in snowy rooftops etc. The bending back of the rear middle digit would also explain the "click, click, clicking" as it walked across a hard flat roof.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Hoyle on 3 September, 2010, 19:54
Ummm...where's the evidience?? I thought it'd at least be on the news seeing as how i've seen chupacabra reports on the newz...i dun think much of this supposed said attack :|
Comment icon #20 Posted by Agent. Mulder on 3 September, 2010, 20:05
Large bird.
Comment icon #21 Posted by JohnSage on 4 September, 2010, 7:55
It's funny, if you were to ask me if I believed this story I would laugh and pat you on the head and make some sort of psudo sarcastic comment insinuating that the question was ridiculous. But if you followed thatquestion by asking me to come with you to that sugar mill to help prove it was nonsense I'd stammer some ridiculous excuse and go hide under my bed. Say what you want , this story is creepy as hell
Comment icon #22 Posted by jack regan on 5 September, 2010, 13:35
Large bird. thats right, dont question anything, keep watching americas got talent and let david hasselhoff do the thinking for you back to the op, i reckon its either a new species of bat, or an alien, maybe it's even a government experiment
Comment icon #23 Posted by TheSearcher on 7 September, 2010, 8:54
thats right, dont question anything, keep watching americas got talent and let david hasselhoff do the thinking for you back to the op, i reckon its either a new species of bat, or an alien, maybe it's even a government experiment Mulder has been here a tad longer than you mate, contributed quite a lot of useful info to the discussions, and has the same right to an opinion as you have. So no need for the snide comments. And actually your bat idea is not bad, although I would rather go for a rabid none indigenous bat, like for example a bat of the genus Pteropus, belonging to the Megachiroptera... [More]


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