Sometimes something really very odd gets sold on eBay for a price that anyone with a brain couldn’t really justify. However, there are still people out there who try and sell the oddest things on eBay. What’s worse though are the people that buy them and, more often than not, for a substantial amount of money. We’ve dug up some of the craziest eBay items that have ever sold. Here they are..
1. A Ghost in a Jar – $55,992
Yes, that’s right, someone managed to sell, the depiction of a ghost in a jar to someone on eBay…
2. Illinois Cornflake – $1,350
Remember when food shaped like worldly things was a craze? During that craze a cornflake shaped like the state of Illinois was sold on eBay for $1,350.
3. Haunted Rubber Duck – $107.50
Apparently this rubber duck was haunted. And then what’s even more crazy is that it went on to be sold for $107.50. Wow.
4. Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese – $28,000
Back on the foods shaped like worldly things. This grilled cheese apparently looked like the Virgin Mary… interesting.
5. One of Albert Einstein’s Handwritten Letters – $3,000,100
To be fair, this is one of the few things on the list that probably warrants a lot of money. However, $3,000,000+ is a heck of a lot of money to spend on something you can’t do anything with.
6. A chunk of the planet Mars – $450,000
This one is more like a trophy. A chunk of the planet mars was sold for $450,000 which is really quite a cool item to own.
7. Bridgeville, California – $1.77 million
Yes, that’s right, the whole town of Bridgeville, California was put up on eBay to be sold and it did, for over a million dollars. Obviously a whole town isn’t worth as much as one Albert Einstein letter though.
8. Ian Usher’s Life (Car, House, Friends and a potential position as a Sales Advisor At His Job) – $300,000
Yes, that’s right. After his wife divorced and left him, Ian Usher went and sold his whole life on eBay. This included his car, his house and a potential position at his job. Talk about starting over!
9. The Original Hollywood Sign – $450,400
This one must be quite hard to store in your garage. The original Hollywood sign was sold on eBay for over $450,000, obviously missing the O.
10. The Meaning Of Life – $3.26
This one’s interesting and didn’t exactly sell for a lot. However, ‘mojo120843’ now knows the meaning of life thanks to ‘postmil’ and he knows it for only $3.26.