An Army of Wasps Have Taken Over Mt Waternomee B18 Bomber Crash Site
New Hampshire Fish and Game officials are warning hikers that the wasps are aggressive.
According to WMUR, three hikers from New Jersey were stung Monday afternoon near the popular wreckage site of a World War II B-18 Bomber on Mount Watermomee in Woodstock.
The B-18 Bomber crashed in 1942 returning from Pearl Harbor on it's way to Westover Airforce Base in Chicopee, MA. Officials say the wasps are now living inside the wreckage.
The crash site is accessed via an unmaintained trail off of Walter Brook Rd but be forewarned, there are now angry wasps waiting for you.
Here's a video tour of the crash site and Mt Watermomee hike: