‘Half human, half animal’ 7 foot beast captured on video killing 2 dogs

A mysterious “half human, half animal” seven-foot beast was captured on video prowling along the streets of Santa Fe, Argentina attacking and killing two dogs. Photos continue to be circulated through social media after a YouTube channel, UFOmania uploaded it.

 

According to the Sun, local residents have described the creature as resembling a camel because of its small head and long neck.

“It blew my mind because it looked at us and turned and began moving just like a kangaroo,” one person commented on the video stating he had encountered a beast just like this one in 2005. “…it cleared the concrete wall easily and dropped at least 15 to 20 feet.”

The creature had been seen killing two dogs – a German shepherd and a pit bull. Viewers have a variety of opinions as to what exactly this creature could be.  One person in the Philippines called it an ASWANG – a man transforms into a monster dog.  Another viewer stated, “That is half human and half dog – look at its paws.” And still another viewer stated is was a werewolf; if it stood on its back legs it would be seven-foot tall.

Perhaps the most often cited creature name was one of the folklore, vampire type creature  known as a Chupacabra.

(Photo and video of half human, half animal via YouTube UFO Mania)

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8 replies
  1. Christine Brown says:

    have just found this story whilst googling on the internet those who have spotted the photo of the creature online are skeptical and say it more likely resembles a computer-generated image of Remus Lupin from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

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