Yep, that's a click beetle. They are common in the midwest this time of year.
As Clutch said, they aren't really much of a concern as far as a home infestation.
They must mate at this time of year because this is always the season I would find them as a kid. They seemed to like the dark, cool basement at my parent's house. They are harmless but when you touch them they snap their head and thorax which creates the click sound. It's kind of scary if you aren't expecting it and it's probably and excellent form of defense.
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