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Chupacabra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Chupacabra or Chupacabras (Spanish pronunciation: [tʃupaˈkaβɾa], from chupar "to suck" and cabra "goat", literally "goat sucker") is a legendary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated more recently with sightings of an allegedly unknown animal in Puerto Rico (where these sightings were first reported), Mexico, and the United States, especially in the latter's Latin American communities.[1] The name comes from the animal's reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock, especially goats.

Physical descriptions of the creature vary. Eyewitness sightings have been claimed as early as 1995 in Puerto Rico, and have since been reported as far north as Maine, and as far south as Chile, and even being spotted outside the Americas in countries like Russia and The Philippines. It is supposedly a heavy creature, the size of a small bear, with a row of spines reaching from the neck to the base of the tail.

Sighting reports of the Chupacabra have been disregarded as uncorroborated or lacking evidence, while most reports in northern Mexico and the southern United States have been verified as canids afflicted by mange.[2] Biologists and wildlife management officials view the chupacabra as a contemporary legend.[3]

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Se trata de un artículo muy interesante sobre el chupacabras y sus orígenes. Tiene todo lo que necesitas saber sobre la gran chupacabras. Este artículo habla sobre el origen del mito de los tipos de cosas que come el animal / animal. El eats corderos chupacabras. Usted necesita leer este artículo! ---Tyler

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Sayona - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

La Sayona is a legend from Venezuela, represented by the spirit of a woman that shows up only to men that have love affairs out of their marriages. The name "Sayona" refers to the cloth the ghost wears which is a long white dress similar to a medieval undergarment. It also refers to the French term "sayon" that means executioner.

This legend is originated in the Venezuelan plains, where they claim that if you have a piece of tobacco in your pocket, the “omy” is not going to get you. The “sayona” is also known as the “Llorona” or the crier, since a variation of the legend says that she is always crying with a baby in her arms. The legend claims that when this woman appears she asks for a cigarette or for a ride, and after a while when the victim tries to see her face, he notices that she has instead a skull with horrible teeth [1]

The legend says that "La Sayona" was a young woman named Melissa. She lived in a small town in the plains of Venezuela and was the most beautiful girl there. She was married to a great man, caring and loving. Melissa and her husband had a baby boy. One day, Melissa was swimming naked in a near-by river, when a man from the village saw her. After that, the man would always follow her and watch her bathe in the river. One day Melissa saw him and told him to leave her alone; he ignored her, and instead told her that he was there to warn her: "Your husband is having an affair with none other than your mother," he said. Melissa ran home and found her husband asleep with the baby in his arms. Blind with anger, she burned the house with them inside. Villagers could hear their screams while Melissa ran to her mother's house. She found her on the patio and attacked her with a machete, striking her in the stomach. As the mother bled to death, she cursed Melissa by saying that from then on she would have to avenge all women by killing their unfaithful husbands. And from that day forward Melissa became "La Sayona".

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La Sayona es un fantasma de gemale que es conocido por atacar a los hombres que tienen relaciones con sus esposas. El cuento se dice que La Sayona fue creada después de que una mujer fue engañada a su marido para su madre. Aunque existen muchas versiones de La Sayona, todos ellos son violentos y matar o destruir los órganos genitales. La Sayona es una criatura muy misteriosa.-DS

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Pollo Maligno

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The terrible Pollo Maligno is a creature from Colombian mythology. A protector of the jungle, the Pollo Maligno has no love for those involved in hunting, logging or otherwise tampering with the natural environment.
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El Pollo Maligno es un legendario en Colombia. Es un pollo quien perseguir los cazadors. Estan encontrar en el bosque. El Pollo Maligno es miedo para los personas en Clombia. El es un miedo legendario.

 

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El Cuco Legend

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El Cuco legend is a traditional folktale in Latin America passed from genberation to generation.
Read its origins and meaning.
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El Cuco es un legendario de espanol. El Cuco es un fantasma con una calebeza para un cabeza. El toma jovenes si ellos no duerman. Padres de los jovenes dan los jovenes este historia hacen dormir. El cuco es un legendario de muy mierdo.

 

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De Todo Un poco: El hombre gato

De Todo Un poco: El hombre gato | Mythical  spanish creatures | Scoop.it
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El Hombre Gato es un animal muy interesante. Es muy similario a la del hombre lobo, siendo una criatura que convierte al hombre en un "catman" o el Hombre Gato. La criatura se dice que deambulan por las calles a las personas matan noche y los animales que encuentra. -DS

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Patasola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Patasola or "one foot" is one of many myths in South American folklore about female monsters from the jungle, appearing to male hunters or loggers in the middle of the wilderness when they think about women. The Patasola appears in the form of beautiful and seductive women, often in the likeness of a loved one, that would ultimately lure them away from their partners deep into the jungle to reveal their true, hideous appearance as one-legged freaks with ferocious vampire-like lust for human flesh and blood, attacking and devouring the flesh or sucking the blood of their victims. More common in Colombian folklore, they are similar to the Sayona (Venezuela), the Tunda (Colombian Pacific), and the Madremonte or Marimonda (Colombia). They are usually regarded as protective of nature and the forest animals and unforgiving when humans enter their domains to alter or destroy them.

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El Patsola es una criatura con un refrence muy similar a otra tradición. Tiene mucho en común con "Sirenas", que son las sirenas que usan canción para matar marineros. Mientras que el Patsola es diferente, es todavía muy intimidateing- DS

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El Alicante , La Jerga , periodismo gonzo independiente - Mexico's ONLY Free Bilingual Alternative Newspaper

El Alicante , La Jerga , periodismo gonzo independiente - Mexico's ONLY Free Bilingual Alternative Newspaper | Mythical  spanish creatures | Scoop.it
La Jerga, periodismo gonzo independiente. The Only Independent Bilingual Alternative Newspaper in Mexico.
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El Alicante es un legendario en Espana. Es una serpiente que come en senoras y jovenes. Es encontrado en Espana y Chile. Asusta los personas en Espana por muchos anos. El Alicante es un legendario de espanol.

 

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Chupacabra Mystery Solved : DNews

Chupacabra Mystery Solved : DNews | Mythical  spanish creatures | Scoop.it
The mystery surrounding the legendary chupacabra has at last been solved by scientists.
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For all you non-believers... -Andrew

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EL Chupacabra - Oddx Paranormal Oddities

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El chupacabra, also known as the “goat sucker,” is actually a very modern phenomenon. (EL Chupacabra - For cryptozoologists, it’s hard to believe that there was a time...

Via Matthew Hebert
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The Chupacabra's true story. - Andrew

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The Myth of the Carbuncle

The falacy of the widespread belief that and ancient form of the carbuncle stone emitted its own light, early literature about the carbuncle, and its resemblance to a burnign coal
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El carbuncle es un mito de una piedra en la vida española. Permite su propia luz, que es diferente de otras piedras que reflejan. Creen que es una piedra energica. Nadie ha visto lo aunque. El carbuncle es un mito Español sobre una piedra energica. -NS
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What mythical creatures did the Spanish believe in?

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Basa-Jaun (Homme de Bouc): An ogre of the Basque in northwestern Spain, whose name means
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Este artículo tiene un montón de buena información sobre criaturas míticas españolas. Se habla de criaturas como el chupacabras y la basa ictericia. Le da un montón de buena información sobre cada criatura. Tyler

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culebre

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El culebre es un misterioso dragón que las leyendas sitúan en una cueva en los acantilados de San Vicente de la Barquera.
Está emparentado con los grandes dragones de otras tierras. Como estos, tiene una sola cabeza y una enorme boca con terribles dientes por la que expulsa fuego y azufre. Sus ojos tienen el color de ascuas ardientes. Todo su cuerpo está cubierto de escamas y en su espalda posee unas pequeñas alas de murciélago que le permiten volar. Tyler

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SurLaLune Fairy Tales: Tales Similar To Six Swans

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Este artículo es una historia de la basa jaun y la basa andre. Es un relato ficticio de los dos creaures. Tres hijos adentrarse en el bosque y encuentran la basa jaun. Su madre se convierte muy preocupada. El articulo es muy interesante.----Tyler
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Mono Grande | Mysterious Sightings

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Mono Grande, is Spanish meaning Large Monkey they were reported in South America and is a large monkey-like creature. They are hairy like apes and have a human-like torso, they are said to be very aggressive.
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El Mono Grande es en todos los sentidos, un gran mono. Sin embargo, esta criatura es muy agresivo y es conocido por intentar criar con la mujer humana. A pesar de que esta criatura se ha visto varias veces, los medios de comunicación no da atención a la criatura.- DS

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Basque Legends: IV.--Basa-Jaun, Basa-Andre, and Lamiñak: Introduction

Basque Legends: IV.--Basa-Jaun, Basa-Andre, and Lamiñak: Introduction | Mythical  spanish creatures | Scoop.it
Basque Legends, by Wentworth Webster, at sacred-texts.com
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Este artículo habla de la Basa Jaun y basa andre (esposa), de la mitología vasca. En este resumen de la población silvestre, describen Basa Jaun como un vampiro y su esposa de ser una bruja. Estas criaturas se dice que viven en el rural mountains.The artículo también habla de un mito similar de la cultura irlandesa llamada laminak. Esta criatura es casi idéntica a la Basa Jaun. --- Tyler
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HowStuffWorks "How Chupacabras Work"

HowStuffWorks "How Chupacabras Work" | Mythical  spanish creatures | Scoop.it
The Chupacabra is a vampire-like creature that has been gaining notoriety. Learn about the legend of El Chupacabra and Chupacabra incidents and sightings.
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El Chupacabras que fue encontrado vida en muchos lugares. El Chupacabras que fue encontrado tiene dos colmillos que utiliza para succionar sangre. Además, el Chupacabras que fue encontrado con tres garras que utiliza para aprehend es presa. Ha sido El Chupacabras que fue encontrado vivo y haciendo que las acciones durante muchos años por venir.
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Chupacabra Home Page

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Este enlace es interesante porque se colocan juntos para que usted pueda entender El Chupacabra mejor. Esta página le permite saber de donde venía, avistamientos actuales y lo que parece. Esta página le da la mayoría de la información sobre ella. Esta página está dedicada al Chupacabras. Me gusta esta página - Andrew

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