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 Giant Insects March Silently Through the Woods

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Walking the dog late one moonless night….

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It was so dark outside, that I uncharacteristically decided to bring a flashlight along. The property is riddled with tree roots, critter holes and a few pieces of yard equipment – enough to make it an obstacle course in the dark, and often leaving me tripping along after an excited dog. She had bolted from the door the moment I opened it, and went right for the woods behind the house. Her leash is one of those that’s retractable, and she had instantly run to its full extension, dragging me along behind her.

I realized that her fur was raised in a ridge along her back, as a low growl began emanating from her throat. Thinking that there might be a wild critter, larger than the dog nearby, I shined the flashlight into the area she was so interested in. I couldn’t believe what the light revealed, and giving the dog’s leash a hard tug, I ran back to the house, like the bats of hell were on my heels, for once dragging the dog behind me.

Screaming as I entered the house, the dog whining almost as loudly, my other half finally managed to calm us down enough to hear the story. He started laughing when I finished, and asked me what I was on. I continued insisting that this was no joke, there was an army of giant bugs marching through the woods!

Chortling, he finally headed out to the back yard with his camera. I felt vindicated upon his return, he was laughing no longer. He had actually managed catch a photo of one of the last ‘soldiers,’ as the army moved off towards the north.

I don’t walk the dog in the back yard at night much any more. He hasn’t offered to take on the job either!

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