Google Translate Failed To Tell Me How To Say Goatsucker In Polish

05.25.2010 · Posted in Chupacabra, Cryptozoology

chupa El Chupacabra continues its international journey. Not content to remain in North and South America, Chupie has made its way to Poland.

In 2009, people in Poland reported dead animals that seemed to have had all of their fluids removed through tiny holes. Apparently, these kinds of killings are happening again.

Some residents of Kornelin have even reported seeing a creature that matches reports of Chupacabra sightings from North America.

This isn’t the first report of Chupacabra sightings in Central or Eastern Europe. In March 2005 there were reports of a blood-sucking beast that killed and drained thirty-two turkeys in one night. The killer later sucked dry thirty sheep, several goats, and thirty small horned cattle. Once again, witness accounts seem to describe a “typical” chupacabra: part reptile, part giant dog, part kangaroo.

Bigfoot gets some different names (Sasquatch, Yeti, Yeren, Yowie, etc.) depending on where the sightings are. I wonder if the Chupacabra will get some new monikers as it makes its way around the globe. I hope not. “Chupacabra” is fun to say. Way more fun than “goatsucker.” Chupacabra sounds like a dance, or maybe something kind of cute and cuddly. Which is all the better to lure people into a false sense of security so it can sneak up and gruesomely murder all their livestock. Well, not as gruesome as what the cattle mutilators do, and I guess easier to clean up, but pretty freaky nonetheless.

– Julie

Sources:

http://hauntjaunts.net/blog/2010/05/19/possible-chupacabra-in-poland/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chupacabra
http://english.pravda.ru/science/mysteries/79616-0/

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One Response to “Google Translate Failed To Tell Me How To Say Goatsucker In Polish”

  1. Ahh! the legendary MoMo Monster, not a bfoogit by the way. that’s what we called it decades ago when I was a kid. There were lots of stories told at Campfire Girl campouts and sleep-over parties. I never got the pleasure of actually seeing it but one night when we were camping we heard a noise that the older girls swear was the MoMo monster. Looking back I think it was probably a bobcat or something but the screams were hair raising. I have to think; if I were the creature and didn’t want to be detected, I’d probably end up somewhere in the Mark Twain Forest. That’s a lot of area though. And you have to be aware of possible methlabs, they are looking for a secluded undetected spot too.Thanks for a topic that doesn’t involve politics for a change.

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