Don’t you hate it when you really want to get your hands on items that were previously owned by infamous killers or people of interest, but don’t know where to look? If so, you may be excited to know that there’s a website that has what you’ve been looking for, especially if you want something Casey Anthony owned.
The website serialkillersink.net sells “murderabilia” from a variety of people in the crime spotlight, including Charles Manson, John Wayne Gacy and David Berkowitz. The newest merchandise, however, is from Casey Anthony, who was famously found “not-guilty” of murdering her young daughter, Caylee, who was found dead in 2008.
The items for sale, including seven pairs of pants and six purses, were purchased by Christina Werner, who attended a garage sale held by Anthony’s parents and secretly videotaped the transaction. Werner then sold the merchandise to Eric Holler, who runs the website.
“I’m catering to supply and demand,” said Holler in an interview. “Of course I’m trying to profit; I’m running a business here. I’m not in the business of losing money.”
Every man has his limitations, however, and Holler has his own. He said he would not sell any of Caylee’s toys, as that would “cross the line.”
If you’re interested in purchasing any of Anthony’s items, expect to pay about $800 for each piece. Along with the satisfaction of knowing you now own something that Anthony once possessed, you will also receive a “certificate of authenticity.”
Twitter was filled was opinions about the website and its Anthony items:
A website is selling some of Casey Anthony's clothes. They say the outfits can be worn to work, then out for a night of child suffocation.
— Blaise Miller (@BlaiseInKC) January 14, 2014
Somebody needs to shoot this dude trying to profit off of Casey Anthony's pants http://t.co/MuaSrcTp2W
— Vincent Stubbs (@EpicWasian) January 14, 2014
they're selling Casey Anthony's clothes online... this is what America was made for #countrynumberone
— pizza (@monstajohnsta) January 14, 2014
I mean, people will buy anything these days -- Casey Anthony 'Murderabilia' Being Sold For $800 Apiece http://t.co/B62P1HH1T4
— Roger Hobson III (@Rdothobson) January 13, 2014
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