These Huge Cobwebs Came Out Of Nowhere In A Small English Town -- NOPE

On Halloween morning, Judith and Thomas Charnley woke up to find a strange and creepy sight outside their home in East Lancashire, England.

Countless spiders had spun giant webs more than 30 feet across the stone wall of the road that runs through their sheep farm in Trawden.
I'm sure you can figure out what they found hanging out on top.

Yep, you guessed it -- thousands of baby spiders were crawling all over what turned out to be a perfect decoration for the spooky holiday.

I just hope they put up a do not touch sign...

Judith told Daily Mail, "We’ve had some moths and webs in the fields, but nothing quite so dramatic."

She thinks the spiders responsible for this are probably Dictyna arundinacea, a species that can be found throughout the U.K.

Experts believe that the warm October weather in the area is the reason why the spiders had spun the webs and laid more eggs than usual.

The webs are beginning to disappear, but it must have been an incredible (if not cringeworthy) sight to witness.

I'm not gonna lie. I would have loved to see this in person -- from a very healthy distance, that is. How about you?

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