Trapped By Chupacabras

Steve needs your help. He's trapped in a cabin in northern Minnesota as Chupacabras circle around outside. His only way to communicate with the outside world is via a free blogging service (for some reason email doesn't work on his computer). This is reminiscent of the Trapped by Zombies weblog, except that this is much more of an amateur effort. But you've got to give the guy credit for trying.

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Posted on Mon Feb 14, 2005


It's awful cold for any creatures to be trapping a guy in a cabin in Minnesota. If anyone was trapping this guy it would have to be bigfoot. He's got the hair for it.
Posted by Maegan  in  Tampa, FL - USA  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  07:42 AM
And here I always thought that Chupacabras were native to Mexico...

Why are they trapping him inside anyway? Is he part goat?
Posted by Fay-Fay  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  03:01 PM
Maybe this guy is a satyr.
Posted by Reynard Muldrake  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  03:53 PM
Well, his site seems to be gone, now.
Posted by Reynard Muldrake  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  03:54 PM
Good grief. The site is down already?

I get a message that "We are sorry, this site not unavailable". Doesn't that mean that the site is available.
Posted by The Curator  in  San Diego  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  03:59 PM
I went to the site and the service that the guy uses said it was frozen.
Posted by Dany  in  Texas  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  04:43 PM
Nice catch, Alex. Caught by a double-negative technicality.
Posted by Sarah  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  07:36 PM
Hmmmm This gives me an idea for my own blog. "Trapped in my house on the plains by a bunch of rolling-rabid tumbleweeds" cheese
Posted by Myst  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  08:18 PM
trapped by rats, saved by zero (aint neither)
Posted by Hairy Houdini  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  08:20 PM
How about, trapped by a swarm of double negatives?

Much scarier than chupacabras.
Posted by Big Gary  in  Dallas, Texas  on  Tue Feb 15, 2005  at  10:09 PM
That double negative is truly horrendous. I am actually so offended by it I sent a letter to
Posted by Razela  in  Chicago, IL  on  Wed Feb 16, 2005  at  01:04 AM
Someone should make one of those sorts of first-person-horror-blogs from the viewpoint of Jeff Gannon called "Trapped by Bloggers"... or has the moment passed?
Posted by kf  on  Wed Feb 16, 2005  at  12:46 PM
I like how they still want to do business after admitting the site is screwed up, sign up with us!
Posted by Darren  on  Thu Feb 17, 2005  at  05:55 AM
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