This story will make your skin crawl, and may inspire an incoming science fiction movie.

An unexpected side effect of  the unprecedented monsoons causing flooding in Sindh, Pakistan, was that millions of spiders and insects fleeing the rising waters sought trees for refuge to escape the floods.

The water was slow to recede and the numerous spiders began to cocoon spiderwebs through out the trees’ branches.

Many trees in the area or blanketed in the silk from the spiders and local village people say even walking under the trees numerous spiders will fall on to your head and body.

This creepy phenomenon has never been seen before. The local trees are being displayed as intricate woven nets in the sky. The people in this part of Sindh, Pakistan report the fewest mosquitos they have experienced, which has been a blessing considering the amount of sitting water and high risk of malaria that mosquitos can add to these conditions.

As waters continue to recede the spiders have slowly begun to depart from the trees, but the trees are likely asphyxiated by the webs, and will not survive the spider invasion.

This story makes our insurance agency’s skin crawl.

We deal with the unexpected everyday but this is something so crazy we had to share it! We love to share news, laughs, and ways to save money through our Facebook and Twitter pages. If you would like to learn more about our insurance company in Atlanta we would love to answer any of your questions and provide you with a free insurance quote. We are a good insurance company to fit your needs and provide you with the best coverage for the best price. Let us know when your skin stops crawling, and you’ve finished checking your hair.

Will this be in your nightmare tonight? Can you imagine how you would feel being close to one of these tress and watching the entire tree covered in spiders?