It is around 2 inches long, one inch wide, fat, hazel coloured with black specks and has short antennae. It's got a lot of cobwebs on its legs, since I found it in a corner in my house. It was found in North America.
It's a female Eastern Hercules beetle (Dynastes tityus). Unlike the male, the female doesn't have 'horns' as it doesn't need to fight in order to find a mating partner. It's the largest and heaviest beetle in North America. It belongs in Scarabaeidae or scarab beetles.
Source from BugGuide.com