Bats are associated with diseases, including rabies. In addition, their droppings, called “guano,” can contaminate soil with a fungus that causes Histoplasmosis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Because of this, you don't want bats setting up roost in your home.
Thereof, can bats kill you?
Only three out of the more than 1,000 bat species are vampire bats, and they're nothing like what the scary stories would have you believe. They don't attack humans, and they never kill their prey.
Additionally, will bats fly into you?
Bats will fly into your hair and get stuck: False They may fly close to you in search of insects but their amazing use of echolocation will prevent them from landing on you.
Is a bat in the house good luck?
Bats in buildings have also been seen as omens of lesser evils than death. Various myths relate that bats in houses may bring bad luck, or portend that someone in the house will go insane, become blind, be missing the next day, that a letter with bad news will arrive, or that the people in the house will move.
Why do bats fly at your head?
Bats frequently fly low over the heads of people who are walking outside, or sitting on their patios or around swimming pools or near lakes in the evening. In both cases, the insects attract bats. Foraging bats often swoop over people's heads at night, but they are in search of insect prey, not hair.