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Casey Anthony 'murderabilia' clothes: Macabre website selling her personal items

Casey Anthony is trending in the headlines today, but it’s for a bit of strange news that has less to do with the Florida mom found not guilty in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, and more with her clothes. Dubbed “murderabilia” by a macabre website, the online store Serial Killers Ink is hawking a few pairs of Anthony’s pairs of pants, as well as several purses she once owned. Fox News shares the unnerving details on these items that can actually fetch a high price this Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014.

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Serial Killers Ink is sending out notices to prospective buyers that they have a number of Casey Anthony personal effects on sale, and odd as it might seem, there are people willing to put down money for this macabre memorabilia. In addition to some of Anthony’s purses and pants, this “murderabilia” store has also peddled a number of common items from famous killers in the past, including Charles Manson, David Berkowitz, Ted Bundy, and John Wayne Gacy.

The blatant headline is certainly enough to draw heads, calling out to people who may be interested in purchasing something from the past Casey Anthony “garage sale.”

"Casey Anthony is here! Own items from the infamous Anthony garage sale," shouts the website, Serial Killers Ink.

Want to know the value of one of these items? A pair of pants or a purse worn or used by the woman found guilty in a court of law of killing her baby daughter is selling for no less than $800 per item.

"I'm catering to basic supply and demand," Eric Holler, the owner of serialkillersink.net, revealed in a statement to a local news station.

“Holler told the source that he bought the items once belonging to Anthony from Christina Werner, who purchased the items at a garage sale run by Anthony’s parents last summer. Werner reportedly videotaped the transaction because she was upset that the Anthony’s were selling toys that once belonged to their deceased granddaughter, Caylee.”

What your thoughts on this disturbing case established by this macabre website?