Submitted by Mark Esposito, GuestBlogger
Well Mike Spindell might harbor a not-so-secret belief in UFOs as we learned last week, but me I’m the skeptic. You need to show me more than some grainy video shot by some prospector in New Mexico or some book written by a fly boy looking to supplement his government retirement to convince me. I do respond to clear videos however and here’s beauty.
Long though of a just a legend among the poor of Central and South America and the American Southwest, the Chupacabra was said to terrorize livestock and frighten farmers and their families. By most accounts, the mythical beast resembles a winged lizard or a skinny coyote-like creature and had some rather interesting vampire-like qualities as it practiced its mayhem on goats, cattle, and some of our other barnyard friends. Consigned to the ranks of Bigfoot, the Yeti, and Nessie, most folks assumed it was just another legend used to drum up tourism and scare kids into submission. Not so fast.
Maryland hospital workers have found , trapped and christened their own animal anomaly. Nicknamed “Prince Chupa” the creature resembles no other and could be mistaken for a fawn made by committee. A deer-like face with a rat-like tail, the small creature stand less than a foot high and is practically hairless. Not exactly a winged-lizard or coyote, but strange enough to call into question our presumed omniscience over the other creatures who live along with us on Planet Earth. Hamlet may have had it right.
Who knows a few more videos like this and I’ll be traveling to Area 51 on my vacation, too. Here’s the video:
Source: Huffington Post
~Mark Esposito, Guest Blogger