Months after her parents' garage sale, items that reportedly belonged to Casey Anthony have cropped up for sale on the popular "murderabilla" website, serialkillersink.com.
"Casey Anthony... is here," an ad on the home page of the website says. "Own items from the infamous 'Anthony Garage Sale'."
Serial Killers Ink is a business dedicated to the sale of true-crime collectibles and memorabilia. Available for the hefty price of $800 per item are five pairs of Anthony's jeans and two pairs of cotton pants — all sized between 4 and 8. The brands vary from Levi's to Caribbean Joe and Gloria Vanderbilt.
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There are also several handbags available. According to the website, each of the items were purchased on June 28 during an Anthony family garage sale
With each purchase, the company will provide the buyer with a certificate of authenticity that the item belonged to Casey Anthony. Anthony was acquitted of first-degree murder charges in the death of daughter, Caylee, in July 2011. Serial Killers Ink also sells items from infamous murders such as Charles Manson and Ted Bundy.
According to the website, a customer recently bought a Christmas card signed by Mason. The card warned that "The effects of global warming eventually mean smaller snowmen" on the front. It said "Warm holiday wishes" and sold for $175.