Remember that comedy-horror movie “Eight-legged freaks” with the gigantic spiders invading a city? Well it seem that something similar might have happened in Memphis. Eight-legged freaks take Tennessee by assault, weaving their webs where they please.
The local resides from Memphis are quite terrified and disgusted by the wave of spiders that have taken by assault their backyard and their houses. Even walking around the neighborhood seem to have become problematic for the locals. One of them declared to the press, that all around them, the arachnids have begun to wave their webs, covering the freshly-mowed lawn.
The impression you would get walking around the block of Tennessee is that of an endless white blanket, covering the grass. Even though the sight seems somewhat aweing, the locals are not at all impressed and vowed to do everything in their power in order to stop the rampaging arachnids.
One house owner from the infested neighborhood is abhorred by the eight-legged apparitions. She declared that while being in door, minding her own business, she saw at least 20 of them, climbing up and down the wall and waving their nets all around the house. Moreover, it would seem that the kiddie issue is a matter for great concern among the local population.
Many concerned townspeople have complained regarding kids safety. One woman said that something should be done about the spider problem because, there are lots of kids running around the block and some of them could get bitten by the spider.
The citizens are doing everything they can to put a stop to the spider invasion, but it seems that their methods are without any visible results. The spiders keep coming and coming, spindling their webs everywhere and more of them just pop up overnight.
Steven Reichling, a curator working for the Memphis Zoo, said that the people should not be concerned about the spiders. In fact, he said that there is no spider invasion. The spider were always there, lurking on the meadows, but they were too tiny for us to see. It would seem that something in the air made them leave their homes. Most of them are juvenile spider, although big ones were spotted to.
As to the prognosis, Reichling released no comment. He only said something about nature claiming back what’s rightfully hers.
Meanwhile, in downtown Memphis, the spider issue is continuing to pester the local population, which, in term, demanded the local authorities to do something about them.