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El Chupacabra Debunked? New Evidence Suggests Legendary Beast Isn’t Real (VIDEO)

Has the legend of El Chupacabra finally been debunked? Benjamin Radford of the

Skeptical Inquirer

says he can prove the purported blood-sucking, livestock-killing beast doesn’t exist.

Using Facebook, Radford tracked down Madelyn Tolentino, the Puerto Rican woman who first described the chupacabra in 1995. Back then, she gave a detailed description that included wide, dark eyes, thin arms, three fingers, air holes in place of a nose, and feathery spikes on its back. That bears a strong resemblance to the alien in the film


, which Tolentino admitted to Radford she had seen just weeks prior to giving her description.

So far, Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster have no comment on Radford’s finding.