Today, working in my studio, I had a weird and scary experience.
While sitting at my drawing board from the corner of my eye I saw a blur pass by my open door along the path outside. I assumed it was one of my girlfriend's cats. I gave a casual glance twords the door. Then, I noticed something strange...a long leathery scaled tail that followed the blur disappearing as it passed beyond the door frame. Being odd I went to the door and peaked my head outside and saw something that is only of urban legend...
I froze for a moment...it was real! It was as many have described: lizardlike, slimey with huge bulging eyes and long sharp talons! I composed myself enough to grab my camera. Below are several photos I took of the creature and details of my encounter. I'm sorry the pictures are blurry. My hands were shaking in fear.
Here is the first photo and I included a picture of my 12" work boot to give scale to the beast.
Click on all pictures below to experience the unexplained and horror up close.
I know many people under extreme distress often remember details bigger than life, but I'm confident the Chupacabra I saw was atleast 12 inches long if not 3 feet long...and might be 8 foot tall if it was standing on it's hind legs.
It leaped on the wall and it's massive claws cracked and crushed the brick as it climbed upwards. I think the damage it did has severly harmed the integrity of the wall and I might have to re-build it.
Once the hideous mythical beast reached the top it turned twords me and let out a horrible screech. I covered my ears in fear they might rupture and bleed... it was that loud!
Just then... it lunged at me! I snapped the controversial below picture when I ducked as the Chupacabra flew past my face!
I'll never forget it's foul breath and the nightmarish feeling of it's teeth as they brushed against my throat.
I thank God for my instinctive monster defensive reflex actions since childhood. I was prepared when the CHUPACABRA ATTACKED!
Some say my blurry photos look like a common lizard in Southern California only 4 inches long.
Some say, my thrilling photo of the demon's teeth about to tear into my tender flesh is a close up of a toy I have in my studio.
Some say I should get out more and be less fearfull of nature and not make up stories to explain why I scream like a girl if I see things as common as a pidgeon.
I say...I lived the horror.
The Chupacabra is real!