When looking for a home, most individuals have a long list of requirements. For instance, some people like a specific number of bedrooms, while others prefer a big garage or spacious backyard.
Despite each prospective buyer having a different style and preference, I believe we can all agree there are some things none of us want from or in a new home.
After weeks of looking, Amber Hall believed she had discovered her dream first home when she entered a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house for sale in Centennial, Colorado. According to accounts, she imagined her two kids and two dogs having fun in the backyard and was particularly pleased with the setting.
She was not to be aware that the house already had occupants, some quite slithery types in it.
Credit / Amber Hall
Amber was eager for her family to move in and make the property their own after formally purchasing it. But as she was unloading, she heard alarm bells in her head, and one of her dogs started acting suspiciously.
She told KOAA: “I was trying to unpack, and my dog crouched down and started walking over here really slowly.”
“I came over to see what he was looking at, thinking it was like a spider or something, and there were two little holes right here, and I saw snakes slither up the wall. So, I panicked.”
You did indeed read that accurately. Wall-mounted snakes.
According to rumors, the enormous snakes were curled up within the wall next to the door that led from her garage to the yard. Uncomfortably, Hall found that warmth indicated that there were more of the critters concealed further up the wall when she placed her hand there.
She described the snakes as “shockingly large.”
“After all the research, everybody says they’re some form of garter snake. But they also give the caveat that nobody’s ever seen their garter snake that big.”
“I can’t unpack any of my stuff because I’m afraid there are snakes in the boxes or under the boxes… It’s like you crawl into bed, and if the sheet brushes your foot or something, you immediately rip the covers off or jump out of bed to ensure nothing’s in there.”
The first snake, according to Amber, was found a little more than a week ago. Since then, a total of 10 snakes have been discovered.
The terrified mother enlisted the help of a snake wrangler, who had been humanely removing the snakes from the house. He informed Amber that some snakes might have been residing in the home for the previous two years based on their size.
“I don’t feel like I’m the first one to find them, but I don’t think that anybody would ever say that they knew they were there,” said Hall
“It’s rough. I’m 42 years old, and this is my first home. I’ve worked my whole life for it and can’t enjoy it. My kids can enjoy it. I’m scared to death.”
Yet, Amber has spent nearly $1,000 evicting unwelcome house visitors. She remarked that she probably wouldn’t feel at ease until the house’s concrete had been torn away to reveal their living quarters.
This is my nightmare! In my opinion, living in a snake-infested home must be extremely uncomfortable for Amber and her kids.
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