About 6 years ago, my wife bought me an old student model violin from an antique store. It came in a wooden case with 2 apparently new bows. They have never had rosin on them. The violin was unplayable, as the sound post was set up about 1 3/4 inches ahead of the bridge. It's about 80 - 100 years old. I put it back in the case, and it sat in the closet for the next six years. I opened it up for the first time yesterday, and there was loose hair all over the case. Both bows had lost 25 - 30% of their hair. Do I have critters living in the case? I can't think of any other reason why the hair would break. And, if I do, how do I get rid of them. The violin was bought in California, and I moved to Florida 2 years ago, if that's any help.