Terrifying vampire beast captured and killed by pitchfork after terrorising town

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VAMPIRE: A mythical blood-sucking beast that terrorised a village in Ukraine has been killed

The chupacabra is a legendary creature in the folklore of parts of the Americas and was reportedly first seen in Puerto Rico.

It has since been allegedly sighted in countries around the world including Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.

Villagers in Rukshin said they had been terrorised by the mysterious vampire beast for months.


CHUPACABRA ON OPERATING TAB;ECEN


LEGENDARY: The mythical beast is know as a chupacabra

It had reportedly managed to get into cages containing chickens and rabbits and had sucked all the blood from their bodies.


“It had been scaring local people for a long time”


Ivan

The local man who killed the animal, named only as Ivan, said he found and killed the creature in his barn.

He said: “The chupacabra was hunting and I killed it. It had been scaring local people for a long time. It was eating our chickens and rabbits.”

Veterinarians have been studying the animal’s dead body but have so far failed to positively identify it.


IVAN THE VILLAGERCEN


SLAYER: A villager known only as Ivan is responsible for killing the creature

Valeriy Dopiryak, the head of the Regional State Laboratory of Veterinary Medicine, said: “This animal resembles an African fox, but its teeth, neck, ears and paws are too long. We can’t say what it is.”

Another local man, Viktor, claims there was not one chupacabra, but two.

He said the other one resembled a kangaroo, with a longer body and shorter front paws, and had run away.


CHUPACABRACEN


KILLER: The chupacabra is said to have killed rabbits and chickens in the village of Rukshin

Villagers say they have been too frightened to leave their homes in case the chupacabras kill their livestock.

The animals are thought to be capable of jumping over 6 foot fences and are said to have killed their chickens and rabbits by sucking the blood from their bodies.

‘Chupacabra’ means ‘goat sucker’ and comes from the animal’s reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock.



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