Spooky Images – Spider Webs Take Over, Even Here At Liddiard Rd PS They Are On Our School Oval

Everybody knows the phrase ‘it’s raining cats and dogs,’ but how many times have you heard that it’s raining spiders?
A resident of the Southern Tablelands in New South Wales took to Facebook to report that millions of baby spiders appeared to be falling onto his property from the sky.
The phenomenon, dubbed ‘angel hair’, sees spiders climb to the top of vegetation and release a streamer of silk that catches on the breeze and carries them into the air.
Eerie images of the aftermath show entire paddocks and fields wreathed in a thin blanket of the white silk, or spider rain.

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Goulburn man Ian Watson feared for the worst when the army of arachnids appeared on his rural property.
‘Anyone else experiencing this ‘angel hair’ or maybe aka millions of spiders falling from the sky right now?’ Watson posted on the Goulburn Community Forum Facebook page.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3082760/Spectacular-images-thousands-spiders-using-silk-fly.html#ixzz3aifJwFH6
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  One thought on “Spooky Images – Spider Webs Take Over, Even Here At Liddiard Rd PS They Are On Our School Oval

  1. Tamara lee Anne ades
    May 22, 2015 at 2:48 am

    I guess it’s hard to walk through the webs that flew down from the sky like saying spiders falling from the sky when it’s actually raining spiders from the blue rainy looking black and blue dark grey clouds.

  2. May 25, 2015 at 10:29 am

    Wow! That would be so awesome if that happened in my backyard!😉

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