13-year-old Carter Pope spotted a strange animal walking across a field and ran to get his dad who was also amazed by what he saw.
Carter then grabbed his gun (totally normal reaction) and fired three shots, killing the animal.
The chupacabra is a mythical creature — kinda like "Big Foot" or the "Down-To-Earth Actor" — but some wildlife biologists believe it is a sick coyote or other wild animal, rather than the vampire-like monster it's rumored to be.
Since 2007, Canion's creature has been identified as a coyote crossed with a Mexican wolf, but this kid is probably gonna tell his friends he killed a chupacabra.
Not only do we now have lots of women saying Bill Cosby either raped, drugged, or sexually assaulted them, but there's also a former employee to back up their claims!
Frank Scotti worked at NBC's Brooklyn studios back in The Cosby Show's heyday, and he did a lot of things he's not proud of.
So, the 90-year-old is speaking out in defense of the alleged victims.
In a taped interview, Scotti talks about Cosby having Scotti run around town giving women up to $2,000 in money orders (in Scotti's name, of course), after they'd visited Cosby. He also talks about Cosby instructing him to get a Queens apartment for a woman at one point.
In fact, sometimes, Cosby would just hand Scotti a bag of $100 bills and he'd spend the day dispersing the money orders!
Worst of all, Scotti talked about when Cosby and the manager at a modeling agency would bring over girls. Cosby would tell Scotti to make sure no one went into his dressing room, after Scotti had brought the girls in there.
As for Cosby's camp, his lawyer Martin Singer said