The Chupacabra Home Page
A myth? A legend? All we know is that it strikes in the night and has a weakness for blood. Put away the goats, and any other household pets, my friends, cause the Chupacabra may be coming to a barn near YOU. Find out more about Puerto Rico's version of the Yeti, the infamous Chupacabra.
Finally! After three months of fearless research and daring expeditions, the Chupacabra Home Page will at last be updated!!. For the next few weeks, we will present to you the latest on the Chupacabra phenom. Stay tuned.
What's in the Chupacabra Home Page
What (or who) is the Chupa-Cabra?
by Tito Armstrong 96
A Chupacabra Time-Line
Boston Globe Article
Article in Strange Magazine
A summary from the American Press
El Vocero sketch of the Chupacabras
The Global Phenomenon
The Alien theory
Updates from Soc.Culture.Puertorico
"Attack of the Chupacabras"
Expedition to Puerto Rico
(Indiana Jones theme song)
Profile of Chupacabra hunter Chemo Soto
Mayor and Puerto Rico's Indiana Jones.
|Government and Government Coverup
Local Government takes action!
UFOs, the Chupacabra, and the conspiracy!
Possible Government Cover-up!
Read this late-breaking report 2/1/96
Cashing in on the Chupacabras
Chupacabra discussion group
It's about time!
The Chupacabras songs
(as in...more than one)
San Juan Star Article
The Chupacabras is a Scapegoat
by Dr. Neftali Olmo-Terron
Dracula Joins Star Trek: Vampire Folklore in the Space Age
by Jimmy Gonzalez
El Chupacabras - Terror of Puerto Rico Myth or Beginning of a New Reality?
by Bob Buck
What the Chupacabra means to me
by Carlos Rivas 96
My encounter with the Chupacabra
by Marcos Vigil 97
Other strange Puerto Rico-related phenomena
The Mystery Mummy
The Puerto Rico Tunnel
The Bermuda Triangle
Carlos Romero Barceló
Skeptical? You're not alone
New!! Other Chupacabra Sites!
You are Chupacabro number
to access this page
The Truth is Out There!
The Chupacabra Home Page is looking for contributors. If you have a report of anything related to the Chupacabra, we'll probably include it.
This Page is maintained by Tito Armstrong, Princeton Class of 1996. Any comments and/or suggestions are appreciated.
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