About the 25th of July, my dad and i discovered our bantam hen and her nine eggs. We left her alone, only bringing her some food and water and placing an air conditioner box over her for protection. The first of August, I went out to check on her, and discovered she wasn't on her nest, so I went looking. Neither i nor my father could find her, but we left the eggs alone just in case. She still hadn't returned by the 5th, so I decided to bring them in, hoping they were still okay, seeing as how it had been about ninety degrees and very humid outside. I candled them all and found that all of them were fertile except for one, so I tossed it. The others, I immediately put in a cardboard box, along with a 40 watt bulb lamp, and a damp sponge. I've also turned them three times every day, once when I wake up, once when I get home from school, and once when I go to bed. The ninth when I turned them, I found that one had a small trace of blood on it, but, thinking it was just the hen's, I thought nothing of it. That is, until yesterday, the tenth, I checked them and found the blood had increased so much that it was running down the side of the egg. I informed my mother, she checked them, and told me we should just wait and see. Today, the blood has flowed out even more, to the point where I could smell it, so i cleansed only that area with very warm water, and found a tiny hole, barely visible. I then decided to do a water test on the other eggs, and have thrown out one. I'm only worried about this one, though. We separated it from the rest, in case it was ready to hatch, and the egg moved many times, but nothing else has happened in the nearly 48 hours since then. I've asked many people for some advice, all of whom said to wait and see. I really just need some expert advice on this one, because this is a first.