Well I'm not sure about how much "thrusting" needs to be done. But I am quite certian that the Chupacabra is a terrifying heap of horse crap (no, not literally). While there is compelling data related to suspicous animal deaths (particularly where livestock has bled out), these occurances are not unique to the latin american nations that identify the chupacabra as the culprit. Cattle mutilations, for example, occur from California, to Argentina, across the atlantic ocean to the UK and beyond. These incidents are more closely affiliated with crop circles and apparent extra terrestrial activity than with some sort of half goat gargoyle thing. Now any old nutcase discussion show host could hypothisize a collusion between the supposed chupacabra and the supposed aliens, but that would just be silly. Considering that the people of Puerto Rico have yet no knowledge of flight or air travel (think The Gods Must Be Crazy) it makes sense that they would credit a terrestrial creature rather than beings from beyond our world. Any half way reasonable adult in todays day and age must be aware the the chupacabra is a an old wives tale (and a really stupid one at that). But the myth perpetuates. Why? Because there are people out there with a vested interest in you believing that it's real. The first shady characters pulling the pupet strings are, again, the latin american drug cartels. Complex and barabaric slayings are a ritualized and integral aspects of the cartels campaign of intimidation. A mythological baby eater makes the perfect scapegoat when legal autorities drift to near to the truth. Young single mothers are equally responsibility for the continued tradition of the chupacabra. Similar to the drug cartels, single mothers employ a tradition of intimidation and abuse to control their young children. When mommy wants to go out on the town without the kiddies she tells a chupacabra stories that sends the children diving under their covers, and often times unwilling to leave their beds for weeks on end. But ultimately and most prevailantly the legend of the chupacabra is invoked by serial goat ******s. Goat fugging dates back hundreds of years in the nation of Scottland (where goats are considered holy and sacred). Sometime within the last century some drunken latinos must have been vacationing on the green ile and taken a little to kindly to the local traditions. The aforementioned gentelmen returned home only to tell their five thousand friends and relatives about the joys of goat fugging. The fad caught on like a wild fire. Unfortunatly, given the lack of respect and reverence for the goat south of the border, goats began to come forward and name names. The accused were publicly humiliated, and often imprisonsed for their transgressions. Public awareness grew and the spectre of goat fugging became a less and less socially acceptable form of entertainment. As goat fugging became a more and more stigmatized practice only the most heinouse and rejected members of society continued. As the social standing of goat ******s plummeted the level of violence associated with goat fugging increased exponentially. Goat ******s began to torture, kill and maime their victims to ensure their silence. Then some goat ******s somewhere realized that the stupid azz latin mafia and dumb azz single mothers were still perpetuating the myth of the chupacabra and it became the perfect scapegoat. Many a brown skinned man has looked down on the corpse of a goat he banged just the night before and assured his family that the chupacabra was responsible. STOP GOAT VIOLENCE!