Mom of 2 moves into first home but dog starts to act strangely – then she looks closer at the walls

When looking for a home, most individuals have a long list of criteria in mind. For instance, some people like a specific amount of bedrooms, while others want a sizable lawn or a large garage.

Although individual tastes and preferences vary among prospective buyers, I believe we can all agree there are several characteristics none of us want from or in a new house.

Amber Hall thought she had finally found her dream first home when she entered a four bedroom, two bathroom house that was for sale in Centennial, Colorado.

She reportedly saw herself in the backyard with her two kids, two dogs, and themselves, and she was especially happy with the scene.

Of course, she was not to be aware of the residence’s previous occupants, who were quite slithery.

Amber could hardly wait for her family to occupy the home and make it their own after formally purchasing it. But as she was unloading, a weird behavior started in one of her dogs, and alarm bells went off in her thoughts.

As per KOAA, she explained: “I was trying to unpack, and my dog crouched down and he started walking over here really slow.”

“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.”

Yes, you read that correctly. Snakes in the walls.

The big serpents, according to rumors, were curled up within the wall next to the entrance that led from the garage to the yard. Unsettlingly, Hall found that she could feel warmth as she moved her hand higher up the wall, indicating that there were more of the creatures concealed there.

“Shockingly big,” she said of the snakes.

“After all the research, everybody’s saying they’re some form of garter snake. But they’re also giving the caveat that nobody’s ever seen their garter snake that big.

“I can’t unpack any of my stuff because I’m definitely afraid that there’s 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 make sure nothing’s in there.”

According to Amber, the first snake was found a little more than a week ago. Ten snakes have been discovered altogether since then.

A snake wrangler was hired by the terrified mother, and he has been humanely removing the snakes from the house. According to the size of the snakes, he informed Amber that some of them might have been residing in the home for the previous two years.

“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 I can’t enjoy it. My kids can enjoy it. I’m scared to death.”

Amber has already spent close to $1,000 getting rid of unwelcome house guests. She remarked that she probably won’t feel at ease until the concrete in the house is torn away to reveal where they are actually residing.

My very worst nightmare! I can only image how difficult it must be for Amber and her kids to reside in a snake-infested home.

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