Archive for October, 2009

October 31st is the Last Night to See the Chupacabra

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Well friends it’s been an incredible ride.  In one month approximately 500 have experienced Chupa-Mania at the museum. Some have been mildly shocked when confronted with the Blanco Chupacabra and all the supporting photos and videos displayed. But all good things must come to an end or is it the end. As we wait for DNA test results a producer of a famous TV program is “knocking” on our door. We opened the door and wouldn’t you know there is a serious science show on these critters in the planning stage.

For those fortunate enough to be in the proximity of Phoenix, NY, this is the last chance to see the exhibit. Saturday October 31st. 2009 from 6PM-9PM. FREE candy for the kids and a pair of Chupa Fangs for all admission ticket holders. Here’s the DIRECTIONS

New ((Glow)) in the Dark Chupacabra Shirts

Monday, October 12th, 2009

We are launching this tee shirt with the proto-type displayed.  The finished tee will  blend glow in the dark with a shade of gray making what you see now even cooler.  On the reverse side a subtle and small image will appear of a gray silhouette of the chupa.

The tagline “It’s 11 O’Clock do you know where your goat is?” is in English and Spanish.  100% cotton, black, long sleeve. Sizes are Small, Medium, Large, X-Large and custom sizes too.

Click here to see the T’s.

Media Posts on the Chupacabra Exhibit

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Chupa BannerChupa-mania is a slow growth process here in the northeast. The hispanic community has  had chupa-fever for 3 decades and in the  southwest especially Texas is a hot bed of carcasses and sightings of these strange animals.

Media sources are picking up on the fact that the Smithsonion does not have the worlds first taxidermy “chupacabra”. As the remains are about to undergo 600 hours of extensive testing next week, the good people of Central N.Y. are beginning to hear, for the first time, that  hard to pronounce word in spanish translated into english as “goat-sucker”…Chupacabra.

In an attempt to create a small abstract of the media coverage into the mysterious mammal I’m including the links here.

Syracuse Post Standard September 25th, 2009

FOX NEWS Story October 19, 2009

The Chupacabra Exhibit is currently running till October 31st, 2009.

Museum Opens This Sunday the 4th at 4PM for Exclusive Engagement

Friday, October 2nd, 2009