Big Sandy is mighty slippery this week, according to The Associated Press, as "thousands of quarter-sized toads have invaded this north-central Montana farming community."
Thousands of toads, so many that the grass looks like it's moving. Roads are slick with squished frog bodies.
Two years ago, tumbleweeds blocked the town's main streets. Not quite water turning into blood, but creepy enough to be close.
Next up, according to The Bible: gnats and flies, followed by livestock deaths, boils and hail. And then things really get nasty.