It appeared without warning - smothering a 200-yard area of land and trees, and eventually creating a kind of tunnel - in a remote area of a state park in Wills Point, Texas. Entomologists claim several species of spider have mysteriously converged to create it, and say the phenomenon is incredibly rare. When she first discovered it, park superintendent Donna Garde claimed it was “fairyland white,” but later became brownish after millions of mosquitoes began collecting in it’s trap. “There are times you can literally hear the screech of millions of mosquitoes caught in those webs.” Garde told the Fort Worth Star Telegram in late August. The natural construction has changed it’s massive shape a few times, and appears to keep regenerating, after being destroyed by weather, and now gawkers. Here is a link to a growing page that keeps up with the spider web’s history, print and TV news stories (video), photos, information, etc.