After watching the development of this Hercules Beetle from larvae to adult on YouTube (cool video, check it out), and after catching a few Eastern Hercules Beetles that have flown into my own house over the years, I decided to order off for two Eastern Hercules Beetle larvae (Dynastes tityus) to raise up in a home terrarium.
The larvae were very easy to order from Bugs In Cyberspace, and since I already had an empty and BIG glass terrarium, and an open bag of rotting hardwood wood mulch, the cost and effort was low.
The larvae are now safely housed in a deep bed of well-watered mulch, and there is not much to do now but make sure they don't dry out (the terrarium has a glass lid), and wait a year or so. I will plant something small on top of the larva, with maybe a little sign saying "future site of Hercules Plantation".
I do not know the sex ratio of Hercules Beetles, but assuming it's even, the two larvae I have now should give me a 75% chance of getting at least one male.