The Breakdown Episode 2: What Happened to the Venomous Sand Spider Stolen From Philadelphia's Insectarium?

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Has the venomous spider that was stolen from a Philadelphia zoo been found? And why do ASMR videos make you tingle?

These are the questions we’re answering on the latest episode of The Breakdown, a new show from

In this episode, kinetic sand guru Sand Tagious creates custom videos for The Breakdown, and scientist and ASMR expert Dr. Craig Richard explains why kinetic sand, Bob Ross videos and other ASMR triggers give us "brain tingles." Read more here.

Then host Luke Mones revisits a 2018 Inside Edition story about the theft of exotic spiders and insects from the Philadelphia Insectarium, including a highly venomous six-eyed sand spider. Luke heads to Philly to get the latest on the investigation.

Alison Hall, who produced the original story about the theft, shares her favorite assignments during her time at Inside Edition, including covering the royal wedding. Follow Alison on Instagram as she covers stories for Inside Edition.

Watch all this and more in the video above.

For past episodes of The Breakdown, click here.


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