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Monday, February 2, 2009

Strange in 78250: Chupacabra...

I was taking a few minutes to read through some security reports when I saw this little gem. The strange thing is, we didn't get any calls from the National Enquirer or the Weekly World News, considering the significance and the magnitude of this incident. Should someone have called the local media? I'll let you be the judge.

Verbatim from the report:

On 1/2/09 @ 1315, an unidentified resident arrived at the office and said he had seen a strange looking animal. He pointed toward the Timberwilde school parking lot and I saw a dog like animal. The animal had gray skin with a small bit of light colored hair on it's rump and was as big as a medium sized dog. The animal crossed the street and went into the green belt behind the Lodge. I went to the soccer field and drove into the greenbelt keeping the animal in sight. The animal stopped and ate a squirrel; at this time I saw a resident and his son in the green belt. I went to alert them of the animal coming their way. The animal then ran towards Timber Cross and disappeared. The animal looked like the animal that was shot and killed in South Texas and said to be a Chupacabra. End of report.

When are people going to be like me and just learn to keep a camera with them at all times? You never know where you will spot something good.

4 comments:

Albatross said...

I love the crisp, business-as-usual tone of this report!

"The animal looked like the animal that was shot and killed in South Texas and said to be a Chupacabra. End of report."

Nothing more need be said. Just end of report.

Oh, by the way, don't let Phylis Canion know that she might have competition for T-shirt sales in Silver Creek.

Dave said...

Oh, by the way, don't let Phylis Canion know that she might have competition for T-shirt sales in Silver Creek.

If we had just gotten a picture of the "dog like animal", I would have whipped up a batch of t-shirts myself! I may have to come up with a series of children's books with the theme of "The Chupacabra of Timberwilde Elementary" or "The medium sized dog like beast in Silver Creek".

But it won't work without a picture!

Anonymous said...

you guys are funny

paceves3 said...

My old elementary school is now a hotbed of Chupacabra activity.

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