John Kovarik, of Glen Carbon, has been building giant spiders to sit on his front lawn for Halloween for more than a decade. You can see them on Illinois159, less than a mile north of Interstate 270 on the east side of the highway.
John Kovarik, of Glen Carbon, has been building giant spiders to sit on his front lawn for Halloween for more than a decade. You can see them on Illinois159, less than a mile north of Interstate 270 on the east side of the highway. Tim Vizer tvizer@bnd.com
John Kovarik, of Glen Carbon, has been building giant spiders to sit on his front lawn for Halloween for more than a decade. You can see them on Illinois159, less than a mile north of Interstate 270 on the east side of the highway. Tim Vizer tvizer@bnd.com

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