Update: Western PA Chupacabra escapes!
Last week, a heartwarming story of a young woman rescuing a mystery creature captured the attention of the nation. The debate raged about whether the animal saved from the freezing cold by Christina Eyth of Fairfield Township, was a dog or a coyote.
As the resident cryptozoology expert here at The Liberty Line, I knew both answers were wrong. This was a Chupacabra.
Now the news has broken that the Chupacabra has escaped the wildlife shelter it was being housed at.
The Chupacabra played docile for a while, but as soon as it had an opportunity it broke free from it’s cage and chewed through a window. It disappeared into the night and has yet to be seen. The wildlife shelter looking to recapture the cryptid issued a dire warning:
“Wildlife Works, a wildlife rehabilitation facility in Westmoreland County, is currently looking for the animal and telling people to not try to capture him on their own if they see it.”Via Centre Daily Times
Some people that are less savvy regarding the ways of mystery creatures and such may be surprised that this animal was able to escape. Any seasoned cryptozoology expert such as myself can tell you that one cannot simply cage a mythical beast, otherwise zoos would be full of Loch Ness monsters and Bigfoots.
The question has become, why did the Chupacabra allow itself to be captured in the first place?
Occasionally cryptids will allow themselves to be seen or captured as an omen of impending doom. The most famous example of this is the Mothman sighting in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. The mysterious creature known as The Mothman was seen on the Silver Bridge shortly before it collapsed.
Curiously, shortly after the Chupacabra escaped from the wildlife refuge, a nearby bridge collapsed in Pittsburgh. How nearby? Just take a look at this map:
What does all of this mean? The Chupacabra is clearly trying to steal the Mothman’s act. We could be looking at some kind of crypto lawsuit.
Thankfully President Trump was wise enough to appoint ALF to a seat on the Federal circuit court in case this sort of case popped up.
It’s likely that we’ve seen the last of this Chupacabra. I fully expect whatever sample was taken to come back inconclusive from whatever lab they send it to. That’s how these things usually go.