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    The blue lines look like an old school tv antennae.

    So maybe something w/ Spider Sense.

    If you judge the last couple weeks, here's my guess:

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    We need to do something with the stripey thing. It's there for a reason.
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    Also we probably shouldn't ignore that where it overlaps the spider (and its shadow) the color goes negative.
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    Also: the spider may be a clue to the word 'recluse' rather than spiders in general
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    Maybe a Type O Negative song. I don’t know much of their stuff to make a song guess.
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    That thing does not look like a TV aerial. The angles are weird

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    it looks like either a weathervane or one of those power lines
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    I was thinking it looked like notation: 2 rest 4 4 rest
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    Not knowing much about Morse code I thought maybe the lines were long-long-short etc. but after trying an online translator it didn't amount to much.

    Suggesting it may be music notation above led me to think of a long shot? If it was a song from Slint - Spiderland maybe the notation was signifying some type of syncopated rhythm?

    I've never attempted to help on these before, haha I'm a rookie.
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