One day, a little girl and her parents went on a trip to the desert. As they walked, they saw the bushes moving. They heard a loud scream. "That sounds like nothing I've ever heard before," the parents said.
As they ran and as the creature ran, it jumped onto the mom's back. Then as the rest of the people ran, the dad fell down. The creature jumped onto his back. Since that happened, there have been reports of little bite marks in the shapes of two holes in their necks.
When the police reached the dead bodies, one of the police heard something in the bushes. He peered in -- the Chupacabra jumped onto his back . . . and he was gone.
Soon after, another cop tried to find his missing colleague, but he was laying on the ground with two large holes in his head. In his determined state of grief and rage, he managed to catch the Chupacabra.
The next year, in 1998, there was a terrible storm at the military base where he was held. The Chupacabra destroyed everything, even the gates, and escaped. He hasn't been caught since, but he still terrorizes the people and the sightings of the Chupacabra continue to be reported.