True, they were "only" harmless garter snakes, but that's still awful and shudder-inducing.
The most shuddery part of the article is this: "The garter snakes were so prevalent that the ground around their home appeared to move", according to the family.
Eek ick uck!
That is so gross!
Hm. I wonder how the real estate agent brought that up-- and what they thought the "snake situation" would be like. (Let this be a lesson to us all. If a house is rumored to have a "snake situation", RUN.)They bought the house aware of the snake situation, but they thought it was overblown. Yet everyone in and around the small town of Rexburg seemed to know about the "snake house."
"It was just so stressful," Amber Sessions told the AP. "It felt like we were living in Satan's lair, that's the only way to really explain it."Creepy.
The house, which the Sessions bought for $180,000, has been taken over by the lender. It is now on the market for $109,200.I wonder about the size and "niceness" (you know, apart from the snake infestation) of the house... Also, shouldn't it be possible to get an exterminator in there to clean the snakes out? I'm sure it wouldn't be cheap, but I'd say it's a necessary expense!
So, if any of you are looking to relocate to Rexburg, Idaho... ;o)
Here's a better (more fleshed-out) article about the Snake House.