Morgellons disease is a rare dermotological disorder, marked by the presence of fibers, or filaments, growing in and out of the skin and lesions that heal very slowly. Some people with the condition also experience a sensation of crawling and biting under their skin.
The fibers are sometimes visible to the naked eye, but usually requires magnification to see. They are predominantly colored white, blue and red.
In addition to the fibers, other strange particles, black crystallized specks and even insect parts arise from the lesions.