Deep in the woods and hollows of Putnam County, West Virginia, a supposed pack of quadrapedal vampires is running wild and bloodthirsty, which are commonly called the Appalachian Chupacabras. A majority of hunters, trappers, and other varieties of outdoorsman in the county have encountered these bloodsucking creatures.
Thsee cryptids have a variety of features. First, they have hedgehog-like spines running down its back. Its mouth has two large fangs on its top jaw, and two on the bottom jaw, but the top ones seem to do the skin-puncturing job. Their claws seem to be irregularly large, having three toes with raptor-like talons. They also have long, pig-like snouts with pointed ears.