I have had the flu this week so I have spent a lot of time in my bed that I finished building last month. While laying there, I heard something in the headboard, like chomping on a potato chip (at barely audible levels) in 1 second intervals. After making sure none of my children were there, I really have been focusing in on it and I believe there is some sort of bug critter in there, above my head that is eating the wood. The lumber is 2 year, air dried pin oak. I see 2 options: 1. maybe using a stethoscope, locate the wood muncher and dig him out from the back side. or 2. Have the bed kiln dried. I am not sure what the kiln drying process will do to the finish or the integrity of the assembly, or even where to get that done. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.