Beware the Chupacabra on Halloween Night
You are walking down a dark lane, and you hear the fallen leaves rustling in cool Fall breeze on Halloween night. Two golden glints appear side-by-side in the trees just above the ground. Is it cat watching you in the woods, or could it possibly be a skunk? It could be a raccoon looking for a garbage can to tip over. Or, maybe it is the Chupacabra lying in wait to pounce on a trick or treater such as yourself as you make your way to your next doorbell.
You stop and wait in quiet. The pair of glinting flames in the woods remain still. Then suddenly, they dance in the air, and the disappear. You hear the scampering of little paws against the dried leaves as the creature makes its way deeper into the woods. Perhaps it really was the Chupacabra, and it decided to let you pass by unfettered. It would rather look for easier prey.
What is the Chupacabra?
The word Chupacabra comes from Spanish and translates from two words, “chupar” and “cabra”, which mean “to suck” and goat respectively. The Chupacabra main meal is blood, especially goat’s blood. It is said that a Chupacabra knows exactly were to cut an animal open with its sharp teeth, and can drains its prey dry in just a few minutes. The fast eating habits at night of the Chupacabra allow it to remain an elusive creature.
The Chupacabra was first sighted in Puerto Rico and Mexico. There have been some recent sightings across the southwestern United States as well. The Chupacabra is becoming more bold, as its range has been spreading northward into Texas and Oklahoma.
The Chupacabra has been described as looking like a stocky coyote or small bear. In Puerto Rico, the Chupacabra stands upright and has an half human, half alien appearance. Some reports state the the Chupacabra may have a long tongue that looks like a snake. Their are some that believe that the Chupacabra hides in the sea during the day and only comes out at night to hunt down its prey.
Will the Chupacabra come out on Halloween Night?
The Chupacabra will be out on Halloween Night looking for prey. It loves to suck the blood of little trick or treaters as they roam house to house on Halloween Night. The Chupacabra may also snatch up a goblin or two as they are more active on Halloween Night.
But, remember that you should be safe from the Chupacabra on Halloween Night as long as you do not dress as livestock! Also, try to avoid trick or treating late into the evening as you may run across a terrifying Chupacabra!
Source of Chupacabra Facts:Wikipedia and Repeating Islands