It might seem lucky to see a ladybug on your shoulder when you're out to lunch, but it's quite the opposite when you have ladybugs flying around your house. Why is this happening so much this fall?

Why Are There So Many Ladybugs in Illinois Houses?

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'Why Are Ladybugs in My House,' is one of the top trending phrases on Google this week. The answer? Because they're cold.

Seriously, they're just trying to stay warm inside. At least that's what Yahoo is reporting VIA The News&Observer. 

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Now, they might not actually be ladybugs. Maybe they're something else?

According to Delmarva Now, they might be Halloween Beetles.

I know, that doesn't sound like a real thing, but it is. They get their name because of their orange bodies, a slightly different color than their red bodied ladybug friends.

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Apparently they eat a lot of aphids that can be killing our plants outside.

But, they might also be ladybugs too... and ladybugs basically do the same thing, they control aphid populations outside but they are coming inside right now in full force.

My brother called my dad yesterday to ask how to get rid of the swarm of ladybugs he and his family have in their brand new house.

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According to MSN, it looks like they get inside mostly through cracks, gaps and holes in your doors, windows and walls.

MSN says you can try to prevent their entrance, and then suck them up with a vacuum if you're looking to get rid of them.

Of all the bugs, I guess I'd pick ladybugs? But good luck if you're trying to get rid of them.

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