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Grave Digger Clem

Item# 01195098
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These graves need diggin'! Luckily for you, this Grave Digger Clem decoration is here to get the job done! Plaid shirt and tattered overalls compliment that fact that this digger's work is never over.

  • Grave Digger Clem includes:
    • Decoration
  • Materials:
    • 15% Vinyl
    • 10% Plastic
    • 35% Polyester
    • 10% Plywood
    • 10% Iron Wire
    • 10% Foam
    • 10% Cotton
  • Measurements:
    • Height - 33.5"
    • Length - 23.6"
    • Width - 4.3"
    • Weight - 1.7 lbs
  • For Indoor or Covered Outdoor Use

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SpiritGrave Digger Clem

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Abandoned and Unwanted...


from Winnipeg, MB

About Me Midrange Shopper

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  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Customize
  • Unique


  • Delicate

Best Uses

  • Living Room

Comments about Spirit Grave Digger Clem:

I found this guy buried under a pile of randomly strewn prop items and masks near the back of a Spirit store location for the dirt cheap price of only $4!!! He was battered and beaten however; snared in too tightly placed zip ties, missing his shovel head, index finger broken off a hand, overalls torn & strap held together with office staples... Employees told me he's been there for years, brought in as a return for damages and was then placed back on shelf with ever degrading discounted prices (36.99 Original< 24.99 Discount, 24.99< 20% OFF, etc... Clem's label was covered in yellow price tags!) but even that wouldn't make him sell... The appeal of Clem is why I made the purchase (not worth the steep $36.99 original price, but well worth $4 unkept) and decided to take him home as a small project! First I had to remove all the zipties that mummified poor Clem, then I melted a glue stick and blended it with red dye before lathering his broken hand with the mix (BLOODY FINGERS!!) as well as minor repairs on the overalls with needle and thread as well as hot glue. The icing on the cake for this project was a perfectly sized styrofoam "TOXIC" sign that he now brandishes around his neck with his hand underneath for support and flailing that broken spade overhead menacingly with his bloody hand! Girlfriend hates it, I love it!

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