10 Craziest Unbelievably Insane things ever sold on Ebay
Real Leg Lamp
Leo Bonten tried to sell his amputated leg made into a lamp, leg suspended in cryogenic fluid. The auction was removed by Ebay as its against the policy to sell human parts.
$128K Removed: Policy Violation
HollyWood Sign (Original)
Yes! The hollywood sign has been replaced by a new sign, the original was sold on ebay.
An Original Einstien’s Handwritten Letter
The letter was written to Jewish Philosopher Gutking, in which Einstein defended Gutking’s philosophical views towards human nature, ethical and religious views. The letter was written in 1954.
Life of a Man
Ian Usher sold his life on Ebay, that included all of the things he owned, his house, all of his belongings, his friends(Introduction to them), his job.
A part of Mars
A meteor that originated from the red planet was sold on Ebay in 2003 for $450K. They are fairly uncommon and rarely fall on the earth.
Forehead Advertising Space
A women in Utah decided to sell her forehead for advertising and make money for her son’s education. GoldenPalace a casino bought it.
Ghost in a Jar
With the jar, claimed “serious not a joke”, he started selling Ghost in a Jar club memberships, his picture with a Jar signed and people started selling T-shirts and other stuff.
At $50,922 : Not Paid
The trend started when a girl sold her imaginary friend on ebay, now many people are doing it, it fetches them nothing to thousands of dollars, now the bid has gone down to a few hundred dollars. You can also buy imaginary girlfriends, boyfriends and a lot more.
‘Virgin Mary’ Toast
A sandwich cooked that resembles a picture of Virgin Mary, the same buyer then also bought the Dorito shaped like Pop’s Hat. The auction was followed by shirts and replica’s of the toast.
Bridgeville was sold on ebay, not once but twice!!! The first time in 2002, but the buyer refused to pay for it after visiting the town, got a new buyer. In 2006 it was once again auctioned for $1.25Million .
$1.75Million in 2002
$1.25Million in 2006