Fannie Mae now owns a home with 6,000 brown recluse spiders

Fannie Mae now owns an upscale yet foreclosed home in Missouri that might be hard to unload at any price.

The family that owned it gave over ownership to – how to put this in a way that won’t leave readers unable to sleep? – 6,000 brown recluse spiders.

A family has been forced out of their country club home after 6,000 venomous spiders moved in.

Fumigators are now pumping poisonous gas into the house in the upscale neighborhood of Weldon Spring, Missouri in an attempt to kill the brown recluse spiders, which have been there for at least seven years.

After the couple, Brian and Susan Trost, moved out of the home and launched multiple lawsuits against the former owners and insurance companies, the home went into foreclosure.

The 2,400-square-foot, four-bedroom property, which has prime views across the Whitmoor Country Club, never sold – but McCarthy Pest Control believes they can finally take care of the problem.

Source: Daily Mail

One response to “Fannie Mae now owns a home with 6,000 brown recluse spiders

  1. Well, that puts the word disclosure in a whole new light… It’s not necessarily apparent that Fannie knows the meaning of that word.

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