How to Interpret a Spider’s Call – Advice #782L

Posted on April 21, 2011


Your apartment complex has a spider problem, so you have been spending time reading a book on all kinds of spiders.

You are looking for a specific type of spider in this book. You are looking for giant spiders, the kind that live in the ceiling.

One of the neighbors left for work and left her young son at home because she cannot afford daycare. The boy was playing in the hall on his tricycle and the spider came down and took the boy. He took the boy up and into the ceiling.

Every hour, on the hour, the boy cries. The sound is haunting and that is why you are looking for these spiders in the book, trying to find their weakness. You want to go up into that ceiling and rescue whatever is left of the child.

You have read that some spiders have learned what a weakness emotion can be. These spiders have begun to adapt to hunting humans, who are full of all sorts of juicy emotions.

In the book, there is a section on interpretation of spider calls. You read that some spiders can reproduce noises. The book says that spiders can make clicks and loud whines and even cry like a small boy. All of these noises translate into one basic concept: spiders are always hungry.

You want to go up into the ceiling and rescue the child but you cannot find this specific spider in the book of spiders and being unprepared would be unwise. Soon the mother will come home and become frantic. You want to rescue him, the small child, for the frantic mother.

It is seven o’clock now. Listen. Hear that? It is coming from the ceiling.