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A July 10 downpour in Perkasie, Pa., revealed a peculiar issue at the century-old home of Jason and Andrea Isabell. At first, the Isabells thought they had water running down the walls. But a closer inspection revealed the liquid was actually fresh honey. After a cursory inspection of their house, the couple found a hole with bees buzzing around near their roof. A beekeeper inspected the house the next day and estimated a colony containing up to 30,000 bees was residing in their attic and walls. The only sting the Isabells said they have received so far: the estimated repair cost of $3,000 to move the bees out.