Alaska Wins Halloween – With Insects Common to Michigan
The creepiest photo of all from Halloween wasn't somebody in costume or a ghost photo. Instead, it was the invasion that occurred at the Glacier Bay National Park administration building in Alaska.
According to WHNT.com, it wasn't zombies or wolves or bats. They got invaded by hundreds of daddy long-legs. Known officially as a harvestman, they are arachnids - but not spiders. Our local variety, in Michigan, is known as an Eastern Harvestman. Someone at Glacier Bay took a photo of what look like a furry animal coming in under a door or wall. It turns out it was HUNDREDS of "harvestmen", who sometimes hunt as a pack.
And when they do that - THIS is what you get.
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