Is he talking about Cimex lectularius or Cimex hemipterus?
"I wanted to let you know that I have finished a horror screenplay and was wondering if you would like to see a copy.
Fact: In any given mattress there are over 10,000 bedbugs.
Fact: Bedbugs feed solely on blood and dried skin, causing them to grow at least a quarter of an inch in length and their clear bulbous backs to turn dark red.
For a police chief (who's a Dennis Quaid type) and his new family - a wife, a rebellious teen step-son and precocious five-year-old daughter- Normal, Illinois offered a haven away from the hustle and crime of the East Coast.
From its quaint tudor stores to the popular Strawberry Festival/carnival, which brings tourists from around the mid-west, Normal was the way life should be.
Then the killings began.
First, a high school football star is torn to shreds by an invisible force in front of his girlfriend.
Then a boy scout troop camping in the woods, mysteriously disappears.
Followed by an attractive grocery store clerk.
All at the hand of a mysterious killer. All eaten to the bone.
With paranoia and fear gripping the town and a politically-focused mayor breathing down his throat, the chief digs deeper and deeper into the deaths. Only to come up with nothing.
Enter an entomologist with the University of Illinois. He tells our guy he's here to help. Or is he?
Not taking a particular liking to the creepy scientist, the chief has a hunch that he holds some sort of key.
The answer he finds - somewhere in the town's elaborate sewer system - will change he and his family forever.
The only question that remains is can he save them from the horror he discovers?"