Have you ever had the desire to purchase personal items from high profile murderers? It’s safe to assume the answer to that is no, but for the rare person that has, there’s a website that does just that and, now, they’re causing quite the controversy after listing items from exonerated murder suspect Casey Anthony.
The website, serialkillerink.net, has officially listed clothing and other personal items from the mom accused of murdering her child. Anthony’s case was the top news story for a long time due to the nature of the crime she was accused of. Many believed that the evidence clearly proved that Anthony murdered her daughter, but a jury thought otherwise, and she was found not guilty.
Strangely enough, the “murderabilia” website has had requests for items from Anthony, despite the fact that she wasn’t convicted of murder, so website creator Eric Holler decided to get his hands on some. The website is currently selling some of her person items, including pieces of clothing.
“I’m catering to supply and demand,” said Holler of the decision to sell Anthony’s items on his site. “Of course I’m trying to profit; I’m running a business here. I’m not in the business of losing money.”
Holler did say, however, that he refuses to sell the toys of Anthony’s murdered daughter Caylee, admitting that it would “cross a line.”
In addition to Casey Anthony’s personal items, Holler’s controversial site also sells a variety of items from infamous murderers like John Wayne Gacy and Charles Manson.