Georgia man finds two 5-foot-long rat snakes slithering inside home

A Georgia man had an unsettling experience over the weekend when he found two snakes, both measuring 5 feet or longer, slithering inside his home.

Darrell Baxter, of Cobb County, found the first serpent Saturday afternoon. A biologist with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources told Baxter that the critter was likely a rat snake.

"I yelled, 'Oh my God!' That's not something you practice for -- a shock like that," Baxter told WSB-TV.

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But on Sunday, the day after Baxter “permanently removed” the first rat snake, he spotted another.

"Sunday after church, we get home about 1:30. Before I take the first step up the stairway, I look up. There's another one -- even bigger in the exact spot," he told the station.

Baxter was able to remove the second non-venomous rat snake from his home. Later, he learned that the snake probably slithered up a wall through a gap in a board leading into the attic, WSB-TV reported.

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Baxter is now working to seal the gap in order to prevent any more snakes -- non-venomous or otherwise -- from sneaking in.

“I do not want to see them again,” he said.

Madeline Farber is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @MaddieFarberUDK.