Woman Sees Honey Dripping Down Her Bedroom Walls, Then Realizes 35,000 Bees Live In Her Ceiling

by Mauricio Castillo
Mauricio has been writing for 11 years and is deeply into movies, sports and anything funny.

For the past year, Cherisse Mulzac noticed a growing number of bees inside her bedroom in Brooklyn, New York.

“The bees started coming,” Cherisse recalled. “I’d come home from work, [and] there were like six or seven dead bees on my floor.”

Now, as a born-and-raised New Yorker, I can attest to the fact that most of Brooklyn isn’t exactly known for its bee population. With this in mind, Cherisse’s bewilderment is definitely warranted.

Things began to take a turn for the strange, though, when she noticed beads of honey dripping down her bedroom walls.

As the appearance of bees continued to become more frequent, Cherisse decided to contact Mickey the Beekeeper, a third-generation bee expert who specializes in making sure both the bees and the people who encounter them are safe.

What he found in her Brooklyn bedroom was nothing short of stunning.

“Normally, a hive in a wall or in a ceiling is about half this size,” Mickey said. “So when I cut in and then I had to cut twice the size of the hole and they were still right there, I couldn’t believe it.”

In fact, Mickey found what he estimated to be 35,000 honeybees!

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