Doesn't that sound ominous? Anyways, I candled all my eggs after the hatch yesterday and with the exception of one egg, they were goners as far as I could tell. No movement, obvious blood floating around, no veins, etc. One had a really weird spot in the airsac that looked like it was about to go BOOM. However, one egg MAY have showed some movement when I tapped it so I stuck it back in the bator with my last two drying chicks. I thought it might have been a light trick so better to be safe than have a 'trashcan chick'. The other eggs from the same batch hatched on day 19/20 and this is day 22. Candled it today (keep in mind it had unstable humidity and such because I didn't really think it was alive and I had to work on my two chicks getting egg yolk off and such).. and it's MOVING for sure! No peeping at all, no pip - I thought it had pipped this morning but it was a trick of the light and a piece of stuck eggshell. Any reason why this one would be almost three days behind? does it have a shot? I'll keep it in there until I see no movement but it has not pipped internally that I can tell and is not peeping. Just sloshing around in there so it's CONSIDERABLY behind. Maybe it's an alien. I'm guessing it's not shrinkwrapped since it's able to move?