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Casey Anthony belongings for sale on morbid website selling 'murderabilia'

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Casey Anthony’s belongings are posted online for sale on a website that caters to people obsessed with the dark and morbid side of life. The items called “murderabila” are posted online by SerialKillersink.net, a controversial website that hopes to make a few bucks off of the people who were obsessed with her trial.

According to UPI,com on Jan. 14, these items are from a yard sale that was held by Casey Anthony’s parents. Some of the items like Anthony’s jeans and purse have a price tag of $800. The website owned by Eric Holier posts a disclosure saying that they believe they belonged to Anthony. Holier writes:

"We are proud to offer for sale a number of items believed to be worn by Casey Anthony, one of the most notorious figures in American criminal history. Casey Anthony may not have been convicted of murder, but she has become a pop culture icon, right up there with Jodi Arias and Myra Hindley."

The items were originally purchased by Christina Werner of Mount Dora, Florida, but she apparently wants to “wash her hands” of the merchandise. She was driving by the house when she saw the tag sale underway and stopped. She picked up some jewelry and clothes. She also picked up some children’s belongings like a Winnie-the-Pooh backpack.

This sale has nothing to do with Casey Anthony, these are items she no longer owns. She will not benefit from the sales of these items. Holier will not disclose how much he paid for these items, suggesting that he has to make a profit on the sales.

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