Few things are more upsetting in Latino culture than the Chupacabra. Part vampire, part whatsis, the Chupacabra drains goats of their precious goat’s blood because it is less fattening than cow’s blood. Images of the creature have been elusive, as the legendary goat-vampire preys upon its victims at night. While the goats are asleep in their Victorian four poster beds, the Chupacabra swoops in, having taunted the goat in its dreams for many nights previous. The goats resist at first, but the penetrating gaze of the Chupacabra bathed in the milky backdrop of the moonlight is too much for them, and they surrender themselves completely to the creature’s Dark Kiss.
By the way, if any Latinos are reading this blog, please explain to me why a wild dog that eats goats is looked upon with horror while dressing a middle-aged man in schoolchildren’s clothing on Univision is considered "hilarious."
Via Dave Anthony from his blog Stop All Monsters