RUNAWAY BAY CHUPACABRA

RUNAWAY BAY, TX – A man in Texas found what he believes to be a chupacabra on a golf course!
Tony Potter was on the Runaway Bay golf course when he noticed something lying near hole 14. Upon closer inspection, it was a dead, unknown creature!

It is a brown, hairless animal with inch-long toes, curved claws, long hind legs and oversize canine teeth.
“This is a weird little critter,” Potter said. “This is not a coyote. This is not a dog.”
It has none of the accompanying lesions that occur with mange, the usual explanation for debunking chupacabra findings. Unsure of what it was, he took it to a veterinarian, who also was unable to identify it.
Chupacabra sightings generally occur in the States in Texas. Potter believes this specimen is a juvenile male.
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[Image credit: WC Messenger]

13 thoughts on “RUNAWAY BAY CHUPACABRA”

  1. That would be a hairless raccoon. The only animals with feet like that are raccoons and opossums… skull structure and ears are very different on a opossum, so that leaves raccoon. If you google image hairless raccoon, there is a live critter that looks almost identical… slightly different color. Cool Find!

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  2. This story was posted by my nephew Brandon Evans who works for the Wise County Messenger in Decatur, TX. The photographer was Messenger's own Joe Duty.

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