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The Most Feared Monsters In Latin America: El Vampiro de Moca




Most of us have heard of the next legendary monster known as El Chupacabra. This phenomenon dates back to the 1970’s with the Puerto Rican legend of El Vampiro de Moca, a livestock-killing vampire in the small town of Moca. Reports of several dead animals with puncture wounds in their necks started to fill the newspapers. All the autopsies showed that the animals were missing every last drop of blood. Police blamed the deaths to stray dogs. When a cow was found dead with penetrating wounds on its skull a newspaper called the phenomenon El Vampiro de Moca. By the 1990’s the Monster was called El Chupacabras, which spread from Puerto Rico to Mexico, Chile, Brazil and the United States. Reports spread to Texas, Florida, Michigan, Main and Oregon. Descriptions of the blood sucking monster vary greatly, most describe it as a gray lizard like creature about 3 to 4 feet tall that walks upright. It normally has large eyes and fangs. Other descriptions depict the monster as a vicious kangaroo like creature or a disfigured coyote. There has not been any recent Chupacabra sightings, but who knows he may be out there waiting for his next victim.

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