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    hi im doing my 1st home haunt this year and was wondering if any one new how to make a giant spider
    Danny
     

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    through some radiation into your basement and what the magic happen. In no time you'll have live jumbo spiders! If you cant find any radiation lying around chicken wire and monster mud would work if its inside.

    Hope that helps!

    sean

    9if you dont know what monster mud is see the other post posted as "monster mud"
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    There are a lot of different ways. Do you want a static prop or an animated one? Br1ckee made an awesome animated spider and had posted it somewhere...it was fantastic.
     

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    Fright Props sells a great Spider for $70.

    And Animal Planet makes a cool remote controlled tarantula for $20 (Toys R Us normally carries it) It's about 6" in diameter - legs moves and it is cool 8) for the price
     

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    Years ago, I made a spider with a black trash bag and some tubes I had laying around. If it is going to be in a dark area, you should not have to detail it that much. I believe I used bottle caps for eyes. I used things that I found around the house.

    I stuffed the bag with news paper and used rope to tie of a section for a head. Taped the legs on and glued on the eyes.


    Brian
     

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    thank you for the advice
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