WHAT DO YOU THINK?
You don't have to be anywhere special to hear the song of Cicadas.
“Brood X” is the largest of the many generations of Cicadas, with nymphs emerging every 17 years. They started surfacing as Indiana’s ground temperatures reached 65 degrees in May, beginning the creation of a monstrous ruckus.
Many people are fans, while others wish the "racket" would stop already?
Times Reporter Ivy Jacobs received a few messages from local residents about how loud the annoying creatures are in their area. So, she drove around Sunday taking video to post with the following question:
Are you a FAN who loves the thrilling concert?
Or do you wish the Cicadas would stop with the singing?