Sightings have been reported as far south as Chile and as far north as Maine. Its name is spanish for goat sucker and it's believed to be an urban legend. However, new sightings of the chupacabra have surfaced in Dewitt County in south Texas. Thanks to a Sheriff's Deputy, the creature that got its name because it attacks and drinks the blood of livestock, particularly goats, a new video is making its rounds. The creature is about the size of a coyote and has a long snout (like a pig?). When sightings first occurred back in the 1990's, livestock was found with small puncture wounds in their necks and their blood drained (sounds like a very non-vegetarian Dracula).
Click the link below to watch the video and make sure the lights are on.