Texas Blue Dog Chupacabras

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ABOVE: “Xoloitzcuintli or Xoloitzcuintle (in English pronounced /ʃoʊloʊi:tskwi:ntli/ shoh-low-eats-quint-lee) or Mexican Hairless Dog. Etimology: From Nahuatl.”

BELOW: “The animal in these viral photos is a coyote with mange, according to Grapevine Animal Services.” WFAA.com

After much online speculation, Grapevine Animal Services has finally identified a “mysterious” creature.

Jun 13, 2022 — A carcass of a creature resembling a chupacabra was discovered in a ranch outside the small town of Cuero, Texas and tested in a lab in 2007.

By Heather Saul, Friday 04 April 2014 – Family claim growling hairless animal is the mythical beast

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Texas Blue Dogs (aka Chupacabras) Mystery 

The first news story we watched and discussed was “Experts explain Chupacabra sighting in Cedar Park” about a photographer who captured pics of what authorities assure us are coyotes with mange. We talked about the research discussed by past Anomaly Archive event lecturer Jonathon Downes who came from England to work with Richie and Naomi West researching the wide range of “Texas Blue Dog” sightings around the state – some of which have yielded DNA results which challenge mainstream assumptions that these are simply mange-riddled canines and coyotes.

“Naomi and Richie are longtime friends of SMiles’ and the Anomaly Archives. In 2010 they helped bring CFZ Director, Jonathan Downes, to Austin, Texas for research and lectures.”

Blanco Creature Investigation


TEXAS 2010: Corinna interviews Jesse – a blue dog witness

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Living Chupacabra Captured By Texas Couple !!!

“A couple in Ratcliffe, Texas, has captured a creature that they believe may prove the existence of the mythical chupacabra.”


Apr 4, 2014 — A Texas couple has captured what is being called a baby chupacabra, the legendary animal said to roam the countryside in search of blood.


BELOW: “El Chupacabra caught at last? A family in Texas trapped this animal on their property this week. They believe it’s one of the legendary, mythical goat-killers rumored to attack livestock in the Southwest. Wildlife experts aren’t so sure.”  – ABC7.com on FB

Published: Aug. 12, 2008 at 4:58 PM CDT | Updated: Aug. 21, 2008 at 9:44 PM CDT

By Jenny Anchondo – “A sheriff’s deputy in Texas thinks he may have caught a mysterious animal on his dash camera video. He said the animal running way from his car looked like a coyote, but it isn’t one. It is hairless, with a long snout. The deputy said it resembles the legendary Chupacabra. The Chupacabra is an animal rumored to suck the blood from goats, but whose existence has never been actually proven. The deputy said he’s willing to work with researchers to solve this mystery.”