A well-known “murderabilia” website is selling bags and clothing that belonged to Casey Anthony. The clothing and pursues are worth up to $800 each and come with a “certificate of authenticity.” The website, serialkillersink.net, has previously sold items belonging to murderers including Charles Manson and Ted Bundy, but did not communicate with Anthony in selling the merchandise.
Eric Holler, owner of the website, said he was simply “catering to supply and demand.” He purchased the items from Christina Werner, who bought them from a garage sale that Anthony’s parents held last summer. However, he declined to sell toys that belonged to Anthony’s deceased daughter, Caylee, because he felt it would “cross the line” of good taste.
Anthony was found guilty of the murder of her daughter in July 2011, but later found guilty of providing false evidence to a police officer. Since her release, she has remained in hiding in Florida due to constant death threats she has received. Anthony has reportedly taken some online courses, but has not worked since first being charged.
In January 2012, she posted a home video of herself talking about “piercing her nose last night,” but mentioned nothing about Caylee or the rest of her family. Several other photos surfaced that same month of Anthony at a crowded bar, reading on the beach, and a variety of self-portraits taken on a computer.
“The good thing is things are starting to look up and things are starting to change in a good way. Let’s just hope they stay, that things stay good and that they only get better,” she said in the video. “They’ll only get better.”