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New Mystery Animal Attack In Mexico

From: Scott Corrales <lornis1.nul>
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 08:32:08 -0500
Fwd Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:25:47 -0500
Subject: New Mystery Animal Attack In Mexico

The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
January 14, 2007


Date: January 11, 2007
Source: Archivo Insolito, Periodismo en Mexico

http://belduque.blogspot.com

Mexico: New Mystery Animal Attack


An unknown predato" has struck again, this time preying on
some farm animals in the Region Citricola of the state of Nuevo
Leon. Some suspect that it could be a reappearance of  the
Chupacabras.

Last night, at 10:50 pm, it was reported that in Rancho Las
Hanacahuitas, municipality of Hualahuises, Nuevo Leon, some
sheep had been found slain with strange wounds to their necks.

Mrs. Maria del Rosario Rodriguez, the daughter-in-law of the
ranch owner, reported the discovery to authorities. Upon reaching
the site, elements of the Hualahuises Police found six dead
sheep with puncture-like orifices on their necks, as well as
three similarly wounded sheep that clung to life. The owner of
the ranch, Mr. Ines Ramos Barrera, 59, suspects an attack by a
puma or another animal, although municipal police believe that
wild dogs may have been involved, although they lack proof,
since the animal carcasses had not been devoured.

Furthermore, the few traces left at the site do not make clear,
to the police, what type of animal could have been involved. No
footprints were found. Some have remarked that it could be an
attack by the "Chupacabras",  whose trademark consists in leaving
wounds in the necks of its victims and drawing their blood. The
case is still under investigation by the authorities.

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Translation (c) 2007, S. Corrales, IHU
Special thanks to Belduque








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