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Buzzkill: Family Shocked to Learn Truth Behind Little Girl's Complaints 'Monsters' Haunting Her Bedroom

Woman Discovers 50,000 Bees Living Inside Her Walls
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The bees just never stopped coming for the woman who went viral on TikTok.

May 2 2024, Published 9:09 a.m. ET

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If these walls could speak, they'd surely tell tales that would send shivers down your spine.

A woman was left in shock when she discovered the source of the "monsters" her daughter had been hearing — 50,000 honey bees that had made their home within the walls of their home.

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The revelation unfolded in a TikTok video titled "What nightmares are made of." In the clip, the mother documents discovering her house being infested with bees.

The footage began with a thermal camera video showing a vast orange patch on the wall of her daughter's bedroom, indicating the heat emitted by the hive. As the filter lifted, a gaping hole in the wall was exposed, with bees swarming around the room.

The mother narrated her ordeal in the clip, explaining, "When your daughter has been hearing 'monsters' in the walls... turns out it was 50,000 bees buzzing."

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In a subsequent update, the mother shared she had to hire a beekeeper to remove 20,000 bees along with over 100 pounds of honeycomb from the wall and safely relocate the hive with the queen to a new home.

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The following day, another 20,000 bees were removed, and the wall was sealed off to prevent further intrusions.

She said the mammoth honeycomb built by the bees over eight months went unnoticed because it's only necessary for "a couple bees and a swarm that you might not be able to see to become a colony that’s 50,000 bees."

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The family's bee invasion saga didn't end there. Ashley revealed the discovery of yet another colony within the walls, requiring further extraction. Despite eventually evicting the swarm, the aftermath left their home dripping with honey.

Making matters worse, the family's insurance company declined coverage for the damages, deeming it unrelated to the house.


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