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The Real Chupacabra: Skull and Sighting of Giant Reptile (Alien)
Date Submitted: 02/01/2012
Visitor: Graham J Fothergill
In a sensational new book called Hidden by Order, astonishing new evidence has emerged about the Chupacabra. The legendary Chupacabras, from chupar "to suck" and cabra "goat", literally "goat sucker") is a cryptid reptile rumoured to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated with sightings of an unknown animal in Puerto Rico (where these sightings were first reported), Belize, Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States. The name comes from the animal's reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock, especially goats.
Now new evidence has been reported, in a powerful new book, of a real Chupacabra and its proof not only in sightings but from a photographed skull and remains found on site. A group of academic investigators were researching Templar artefacts and links to European Knights Templar in central America. Whilst they were there, they spent quite a lot of time, at night on the Templar land in Belize. They felt they were being watched by what they described by locals as ‘Jinns’.
In their frightening account of being in the jungle at night they describe being were aware of a very fast moving creature in the background. They were just outside the town of San Ignacio; it is a very interesting community where everybody seems to know everyone. There seemed (to the team) to be quite a lot of activity that they described of ‘spooks’ from the intelligence community.
While they were there, a local man told them of a weird looking skull that he had found. He had found the skull in a tomb or grave, along with a number of other bones. He had retrieved the skull and taken it back to his village. The skull resembled that of a large reptilian skull, with sockets on the side of the skull for side and front facing eyes. When he went back to find the rest of the bones they had disappeared and the tomb stones and been moved. Biological and scientific experts they tried to work out the origins. The skull was clearly was not from a mammal and resembled skulls seen from the Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) in Japan. It was September in the town of San Ignacio when they heard of a local person who knew about such a rare creature (he called it a Chupacabra) on the border with Guatemala. They chose to cross the border and go and investigate. A man in the village had lost his daughter to an unknown animal and the disappearance caused him and his family s to try and catch and kill the animal. It was a large family and the apparently eight brothers. It took a long while to form a plan to capture and kill the animal; they tried many times, but it was very fast and mobile. They eventually drove it towards a cheese wire, suspended between 2 trees, which cut off its head as it was running at full speed. With this head he returned to the village.
The man would not be separated from his skull even when they offered him over US$10,000. Indeed he charged them $1200 just for the photo. His argument was that he would not release the head to anyone as it was a vow he had made when his daughter was taken by the animal. The animal resembled a very fierce reptile. It had large powerful muscles on top of its skull and a very sharp bunch of teeth. They had sampled the bone and taken a minute quantity back for DNA profiling with a well-known scientific professor in the UK. The DNA profiling revealed that it was closely related to a raptor, an ancient dinosaur, yet the bone was only 40 years old.
More details of this extra-ordinary discovery are given in the book Hidden By Order (www.hiddenbyorder.com) written by Graham Forthergill and Tim T Dingle BSc (Hons) PGCE MIBiol MBA. It is available on Kindle, Amazon and from Lulu.com.