Call it what you will, but Eric Holler has changed his mind about the Casey Anthony sale. According to a statement released Friday and covered by WESH, he has chosen to take the Casey Anthony items down.
“…I have given it much thought and I do not wish to be associated in any way, shape or form with the death of Caylee Anthony. I apologize to anyone that may have taken offense in the offering of these items.”
Trying to decide what to do with that upcoming tax refund? Do you have a fascination with the Casey Anthony case? Do you really groove on memorabilia connected to true crimes and famous cases? If that’s the case, then Eric Holler who owns the site serialkillersink.net has just the thing for you. He has put up for sale several pairs of trousers and a few handbags that once belonged to Casey Anthony. Holler made a deal to acquire the items from Christina Werner, who purchased them at the Anthony family’s garage sale last summer. While he believes there’s a market for the “murderabilia”, Holler says that he will not, however, acquire any of Caylee Anthony’s toys, as that is a line he will not cross. The items, showcased here, have a current price of $800 each, and each piece comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Read more: Casey Anthony clothing, bags for sale (UPI) Casey Anthony’s clothing, purses sold on ‘murderabilia’ site (WESH)
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