Puerto Rico - Chupacabra
Chupacabra: Many very recent reports of this creature in Puerto Rico. The name means "Goat Sucker". Speculation has placed the Chupacabra as a resident of another galaxy (see the truth behind the Chupacabra), or a half-man, half-beast vampire who roams the countryside terrorizing farm animals. Others say that the Chupacabra hops like a kangaroo and leaves a sulfur-like stench. Still others say that the Chupacabra is a panther-like creature with red eyes and a long snake-like tongue. Another reported version has a reptilian body, oval head, bulging red eyes, fanged teeth and long, darting tongue.
Prussia> - Gierach /Stryz /Viesczy
Sprinkling poppy seeds in the grave of this vampire will send it to sleep or keep it busy (a stocking or fishing net to unravel will do just as well). East Prussia (now North Poland) reported vampire epidemics in 1710, 1721 and 1750.
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