by Deanna Darr
We'd like to say thanks to our friends at the Associated Press for this one, but we're now way too traumatized to do much of anything other than peer into every corner and hiding place.
It turns out one Rexburg-area home was built on top of a den area snakes use for winter hibernation. The result: a horror movie come to life. Check out the whole story here. The home has been owned by several couples, all of whom have documented hundreds of snakes slithering not only outside and under the home, but in the walls and through rooms. Even the home's well water was tainted by the reptiles.
Not surprisingly, no one actually wants to live in a home so infested with snakes that the ground around it looks like it's moving. The home has been in foreclosure for awhile now, and apparently bank officials have a plan to capture and relocate the snakes. Yeah, let us know how that works out.