Burntrat, your post about possibly having a honey bees in your house eaves reminded me of something I saw a while back, in a park forest at Sliding Rock, NC- the bathhouse at that attraction. The bathhouse was closed to users because the eaves of the entire end of the building was ripped off and on the ground, and on top of the splintered lumber was an enormous mass of honeycomb and gallons and gallons and gallons of honey oozing over it all. I dont know whether the sheer weight of all the honey and comb tore the eaves off the building or if park workers did it to get the bees out of there (there were no bees around). Anyway, I looked this up and found a couple of articles you may be interested in:
Bee hive in a house
Honey Bees in House Walls, HYG-2079-97
Both of those articles address the problem of removing bees and their hives/honey from the walls of homes.
you will find lots more if you type in 'unwanted honey bee hives in buildings' and similar search terms. There are some pics here:
Honey Bee Removals