We received an email and attached photo from “JA” from Davie, FL whose uncle worked at a Naval Security Group Activity site at Sabana Seca in northern Puerto Rico. The base was shuttered in 2003. According to “JA” the image is a photo of:
…a drawing that my uncle has. He said it is a preserved specimen of an animal they had at the base in the 1980s. He wouldn’t tell the family any more than that.
During our email interchange, JA couldn’t provide other details — including the size or nature of the animal, although he promised to keep us updated if his uncle changed his mind about revealing more information.
Could this bat-faced creature be the chupacabra? The sketch seems to indicate a spiny back and fangs — which fit into some eyewitness reports.
We just got a glimpse of the first physical copy of Ben Radford’s controversial new expose of the chupacabra mystery, Tracking the Chupacabra – available for pre-order at Amazon. The book, which is loaded with photos, purports to definitively solve the mystery of the third most famous cryptid in the world. Readers are urged to review the evidence (collected over five years) and judge for themselves.
A photo submission to Coast to Coast AM by Randy R., who writes:
This three-toed footprint was found between Chama and Dulce in New Mexico on October 26, 2010. We also saw a bright glowing light moving strangely in the sky to the West, most evenings, but we regrettably did not get any pictures.
The underground base at Dulce has long been suspected of housing aliens or genetic mutants. Could one have escaped?