Woman Finds “Mole” Holes In Yard And Realizes There’s Something Dangerous Inside

If you spend any amount of time in your yard, you realize that there are some critters that move about from time to time.

For the most part, we tend to see something like a bird flying by or perhaps a gray squirrel heading from one tree to the next.

Photo: TikTok/@sarahvilla_

For Sarah Villa, however, looking in her yard yielded quite a different result. In fact, it was so shocking that she decided to share a video on TikTok so we could all be freaked out about it.

It all started when Sarah saw some holes in her backyard and assumed they were mole holes. After sharing the video, people started panicking because they have holes in their yards as well.

Photo: TikTok/@sarahvilla_

At the beginning of the clip, you can see somebody spraying water into a hole that appears to be fairly large. It’s difficult to tell just by the video, but it looks like it could be about the size of a human fist.

Once the hole was filled with water, the garden hose is turned off and the waiting begins. It doesn’t take very long before bubbles come to the surface and then a huge gray spider comes up to see what is happening.

Photo: TikTok/@sarahvilla_

Although there is music playing for the video, you can hear Sarah screaming an expletive as the spider makes an appearance.

She explains in the caption: “The good lord above could not have prepared me for what was in there.”


I’ve been finding big ole holes all over my yard. So I got my hose and flooded the hole to bring it out! I 100% was ready for a mole to pop up! The good lord above could not have prepared me for what was in there! #spider #run #nope

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As you can imagine, people were quite disturbed by this surprise visitor. Some people were so freaked out by it that they claimed they were going to go off and set their entire lawn on fire.

In a follow-up video, Sarah identified the spider as a trapdoor spider and said she has holes from them “all over” her yard!

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