BySam Warrington, writer at Creators.co

It's seeming like crime does pay, well, at least to the owner of a murder auction, who sells items once owned by some of the worlds most feared and reviled criminals. And it's looking like it's big business!

Signed autographs, clothes, even underwear can be found on the site. So if you fancy getting a hobby collecting messed up stuff taken straight from murder scenes, here's a few choice items taken from the site.

And as Ed Gein, grave exhumer and human remains furniture making enthusiast once said; "Everyone should have a hobby."

Hadden Clark

Hadden, or the 'Cross Dressing Cannibal' as he is also known, murdered 6-year-old girl Michelle Dorr in 1986, whom he cannibalized, and 23-year-old Laura Houghteling in 1992.

Clark confessed to the 1974 murder of an unidentified murder victim nicknamed "Lady of the Dunes" but many are in doubt due to him having a history of making false statements to police. His brother Bradfield is also a convicted murderer. What a lovely family, or not...

So, if you would like a used toothpaste and toothbrush signed by the man himself, it is currently on auction for $45. Gross. I don't think that particular brand will be too happy a serial killer is using their products!

Dana Grey

Ever wanted a signed autograph sealed with a kiss from a woman who killed elderly ladies for her own monetary greed!?

Well, now you can. Currently on sale for the bargain price of $25, buy it before it's too late!

Marcus Wesson

Convicted of nine counts of first-degree murder and 14 sex crimes, including the rape and molestation of his underage daughters.

His victims were his own family, fathering children by incestuous relationships with his daughters and nieces, as well as the children by his wife. He has been described as Fresno's worst mass murderer.

Each victim was found by police, having died from a single gunshot wound to the eye.

If owning a bag of soil collected from the murder scene is right up your street, get bidding! At the moment it's only $20. $20 of your hard earned money for murder scene mud?! WTF!

Jeffrey Dahmer

Jeffrey Dahmer, the handsome, but yet downright brutal serial murderer, not only murdered, cannibalized and stored his victims body parts, he started off by drugging young men in bars and having sex with them while they were passed out. As you do on any given normal night out on the town.

And you can be the proud owner of a business card from the La Cage nightclub. A club Dahmer liked to frequent for his drugging and raping needs for a starting bid of only $10.

On the back of the card you can write down your number and hand it to someone else if you want them to know you like them. Pretty sinister when you think of the nature of Jeffrey's crimes.

Aileen Wuornos

America's most notorious female serial killer, Aileen killed seven victims over a year period between 1989 and 1990. She was executed for her crimes on October 9th, 2002.

So, if you would like to buy the lady in your life the creepiest Valentines day gift EVER, then you will have to pay out $810.10 to own the prison underwear once worn by the woman herself.

Richard Ramierz

Been on the lookout for a new shirt for a special occasion? Well, you could be the owner of a black shirt once owned by the serial killer, rapist, and burglar Richard Ramierz.

Worn at his trial, it costs the princely sum of $2,250, and even comes with a letter of authenticity from his ex-wife Doreen.

Charles Manson

The head of the murdering Manson Family, Charles is still causing trouble! Manson was found with a lethal weapon and was moved to a higher security cell in 2011.

The conditions were not tolerable for an older man so his cell mate made him some gloves to keep him warm.

All yours for $755.

Herbert Mullin

The 13 time murderer has taken his hand to designing jewelry to pass the time in prison. He killed his victims believing it would stop a huge earthquake, and that only human sacrifice could stop it.

To get your hands on these designs, it will only set you back $30.

Happy Bidding!

source: murderauction

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