CUERO, Texas -- A South Texas woman believes she has found the head of the mythical bloodsucking ‘chupacabra’.
The woman found the skull last month outside her ranch in Cuero, Texas.
She put the hairless, big eared, large fanged, grayish-blue mammal in her freezer and sent samples to a lab for DNA testing.
The tests have not been concluded at this time.
Neighbors found other 40-pound carcasses in the same area.
Chupacabra means 'goat sucker' in Spanish, and it is said to have originated in Latin America.
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