Our Master Bath has special guests that come for a short visit every spring and every fall. They must not like weather change because they arrive when the temperature warms slightly, then again when the temperature turns cold. They must eventually adjust to the change because their stay is generally short, only a week or two, and then they disappear until the next season.
What we can’t figure out is where the flies come from. They just suddenly appear and generally stay up on the ceiling or near the lights. An occasional visitor may be seen near the sink or floor, but not often. They only come in small groups of three to six at a time, and seem to be lacking in energy. They don’t fly around, normally just sit on the ceiling or wall. We rarely find a dead one anywhere, they just suddenly disappear one day and don’t return until the following spring or summer.
What attracts the flies to our master bath? They do not appear anywhere else in the house. What is even more bizarre is we always leave the door to our bedroom and our closet open and the bath is right between them, but the flies are never seen in either of those rooms. What we have is the bathroom fly mystery. Where do they come from? Where to they go? We may never know.