Family breaks a wall to discover what makes the frightening noise that comes from inside
A family from Thailand couldn’t find peace until they identified what was making a very particular sound from inside the walls of their home, and what they found left them completely shocked.
It was just another ordinary day in a Thai family home, and then they received the most unexpected surprise. According to Daily Mail, the residents of the house were sitting together in front of the TV when they heard something.
There were strange noises that, as much the family kept searching, none of them could find where they were coming from. They only knew that the sound was louder the closer they got to one of the house’s walls.
After spending some time trying to figure out what was happening, they decided to open a hole in the wall to find out what was all the noise about, and they were in for a big surprise. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa
Normally, in hollow walls live insects, small reptiles or rodents. Sometimes they can make some sounds, but the people in the house had never heard one like the one they were hearing then.
Nevertheless, Somchai Subdang, the owner of the place called an animal control team to the home to help him and the family uncover the secret the wall was hiding.
It took a couple of hits with the hammer in the plaster wall to discover the cause of the strange noises. It was a 15-feet-long python snake that was trapped in there, moving around to try to find its way out.
“I'm not afraid of the snake when it's stuck in the wall, but it could have been scary if it got into the ceiling then dropped down onto me while I was sleeping. I'm disappointed that I'll have to fix the house now. But that's better than having a snake hiding in the house.”
-Somchai Subdang, Daily Mail, March 15, 2018.
Subdang’s fear of a snake falling from the ceiling into his bed came true for a family in Brisbane, Australia. It certainly sounds like something out of a nightmare or a horror movie.
Two male coastal carpet python snakes were apparently fighting for a female to mate with, and in the middle of their fierce combat they felt through the ceiling landing in the family house’s guest room.
Oblivious to anything apart from their battle, the snakes continued fighting to test each other’s strengths after accidentally breaking in the house.
Fortunately, these are not poisonous snakes and one of the house’s residents could get close and caught them on video before rescuers collected them.