In this photo from 2007, a Texas woman holds the head of what she is calling a chupacabra. She found the strange-looking animal dead outside her ranch and thinks it is responsible for killing many of her chickens. A few residents in Riverside are claiming to have seen a chupacabra, too.
In this photo from 2007, a Texas woman holds the head of what she is calling a chupacabra. She found the strange-looking animal dead outside her ranch and thinks it is responsible for killing many of her chickens. A few residents in Riverside are claiming to have seen a chupacabra, too. ERIC GAY AP
In this photo from 2007, a Texas woman holds the head of what she is calling a chupacabra. She found the strange-looking animal dead outside her ranch and thinks it is responsible for killing many of her chickens. A few residents in Riverside are claiming to have seen a chupacabra, too. ERIC GAY AP

Chupacabra sighting claimed by Southern California couple. But was it real?

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