Chupacabras? - Four Sheep Killed In Mexico
From Scott Corrales
Inexplicata - The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
Source: Fundacion Cosmos A.C.
April 11, 2008
Mexico: Hairy Creature Attacks Sheep in Pustunich
PUSTUNICH, Ticul -- The bizarre deaths of four sheep in a small ranch of this community has caused trepidation among local residents, as there are those who claim that the "Chupacabras" is to blame.
Some locals claim having seen "a hairy animal standing nearly 2 meters tall" in the dark of night.
This situation has caused the town's habitual repose to be interrupted, especially that of the ranch's owner, who has even decided not to breed any more animals to avoid attracting the strange entity.
According to the facts, the strange deaths of four sheep occurred only a few days ago on the property of Ligia Couoh, on Calle 27 between 16 and 18.
"The animals showed no signs of being tortured, they only had two deep holes in the neck. There wasn't even any blood spilled on the soil. On that day the animal attached the three sheep and must've filled itself with blood, as the [fourth sheep] only had a scratch on it. However, on the next day, that last animal turned up dead . That was my last sheep, and that creature came back in the night to kill it."
"I told the police and a veterinarian came to inspect the animal. She said that the holes were deep and made by fangs that are curved, rather than straight."
Mrs. Couoh says that the animal that killed her sheep must fly, as she saw blood spattered in different locations.
"Perhaps it's the Chupacabras, as my neighbors have heard the screams of strange animals at night -- and seen them -- since my sheep were killed. That day I was overcome with fear. I was even paralyzed by the way in which my animals were killed. I've been living here for 47 years and had never seen or heard of animals being slain like this."
Ligia Couoh says that the several families have seen a strange entity standing two meters tall in the night, and they say it's like a bear.
Other residents of the locality say that ducks and turkeys have also been drained of blood.
(Translation (c) 2008, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Leopoldo Zambrano, Fundacion Cosmos AC)