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How much do you think the Jigsaw autopsy dummy would sell for?
<$500
34%
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$500 - $2,500
2%
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$2,500 - $5,000
2%
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$5,000 - $10,000
4%
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$10,000 - $15,000
4%
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$15,000 - $25,000
4%
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$25,000 - $50,000
13%
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$50,000 - $100,000
15%
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$100,000+
18%
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Sin
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Has anyone heard anything about it, or seen it on an auction?

If it was to go on auction, how much do you think the winning bid would be?


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Wed Jul 16, 2008 10:28 am View user's profile Send private message Send e-mail
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you think they would actually SELL that? i'm not sure if they would. they said for Saw IV, that was the most expensive thing in the whole entire film!
Wed Jul 16, 2008 1:34 pm
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Kdizzle44 wrote:
you think they would actually SELL that? i'm not sure if they would. they said for Saw IV, that was the most expensive thing in the whole entire film!
I don't know if they would sell it, I just wanted to know what people thought that it would sell for, if it was sold.
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I wasnt sure if it was a complete dummy until now. I haven't yet seen the SAW IV dvd extras about the props (cant find a video of the Props of IV anywhere online). I thought originally it was Tobin lying on a slab and the disection was smaller pieces used to do the scenes. I don't think they would sell it as it would be near impossible to post, I think it would make a great display piece in a memorabilia museum although I dont think I would want him in my house.
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Kaishuno
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LightMas wrote:
That would be cool....but wouldnt it be all cut open and stuff?
That would make it more authentic though! The perfect display piece! AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:18 am View user's profile Send private message
Sin
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That does add to it's value, in my opinion.
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Sin wrote:
That does add to it's value, in my opinion.



It would be scary to see a naked cut open man in your room all the time.


Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
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TwistedSawFan wrote:
Sin wrote:
That does add to it's value, in my opinion.



It would be scary to see a naked cut open man in your room all the time.


Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil


Trust me, it isn't that scary.


Ooop! Did I say that out loud?
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Sin
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Don't worry, you didn't say it out loud... you typed it. Wink
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Sin wrote:
Don't worry, you didn't say it out loud... you typed it. Wink


OK. Good. I was worried there for a moment.
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it would be amazing if they ever sold it. but some people might use it for purposes besides showcasing if you catch my drift Shocked
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HouseNHauntedHil
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haha, thats gross
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Sin
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I would set a punch bowl in the chest cavity, and have medical trays around it with scalpels and other surgical instruments on them, along with some snacks. That would be a great center piece for a party.
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grosssssss haha
Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:36 am
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Sin wrote:
I would set a punch bowl in the chest cavity, and have medical trays around it with scalpels and other surgical instruments on them, along with some snacks. That would be a great center piece for a party.


How about a blood colored dip inside the chest cavity?

Cool huh? Shocked
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