Has the PA Chupacabra finally been identified?
The saga of the Pennsylvania Chupacabra has reached its end. Or, it appears that way at least. Like most trilogy’s, the third part of this story is the most disappointing.
Just to get you all up to speed on the Chupacabra Saga:
Christina Eyth found and rescued a terrified and freezing wild animal. Nobody could tell what this animal was. You’re humble author and cryptozoology expert, Dr. Beercan Brain, almost immediately recognized it as a Chupacabra. The rescue that took in the animal, Wildlife Works, announced they were going to take a DNA sample to determine exactly what species they were dealing with. While they awaited the results, the Chupacabra escaped in the dead of the night, possibly collapsing a local bridge. As of today, it is still at large.
Where does that leave us?
Wildlife Works revealed they had been able to determine the animal was merely a coyote suffering from mange.
At least that’s what they want you to think.
Keep in mind, none of us have seen the official results. We are taking their word for it. The last time we entrusted them with something, it escaped into the darkness never to be seen again. Do you really want to trust them now? Why should you?
Think of how embarrassing it would be for them to admit they had a scientific marvel in their grasp and let it slip through their fingers. Now, as I had said in the previous installment of this story, there’s nothing to be ashamed of here. Mythical creatures are notoriously hard to keep once they are captured. It’s still easy to imagine pride getting in the way here.
Some people can’t admit when they’re wrong. That’s why I know for a fact this was definitely a Chupacabra.
Mandatory Credit: WXPI NEWS