As one of the largest online retail spaces in the world, eBay offers an incredible variety of objects, ranging from the utilitarian to the just plain weird. You can even buy discontinued items on eBay. This list is dedicated to the creepy things you can find on the electronic bay, so feast your eyes on all the strange and weird things you can purchase there. From haunted dolls to human remains, these crazy eBay items are sure to make your skin crawl.
Most of these items come with a disclaimer that eBay is not responsible or liable for the claims that these strange objects are actually haunted or possessed. In other words, eBay doesn't want to guarantee any supernatural promises for the objects. Is there really a ghost in that $1000 jar? There's only one way to find out, so get your credit card ready and check out the weirdest stuff on eBay below! Vote up the strangest things you can buy on the electronic bay.
Some of the creepiest good luck charms originate from Thailand, including the Kuman Thong talisman. These amulets can be traced back to an ancient form of necromancy, where witch doctors would harness the souls of surgically-removed fetuses and force them to do their bidding. The process involved slow roasting the stolen fetus, lacquering it, and then covering it in gold leaf. While the practice of roasting fetuses is most definitely illegal these days, you can still pick up a Kuman Thong reproduction on eBay to increase your luck.
In the spirit of unique taxidermy, eBay seller foundedit offers a line of unique mummified squirrels. This particular squirrel features a bionic tail wrapped in copper wire and it doesn’t actually move as one would assume. The feisty mummy even has broken chains attached to its feet, as if it busted out of a cage. No need to worry! Those chains are simply a decoration. Miraculously, this mummified squirrel is cruelty-free and was not created using animal farming practices.
There’s just something terrifying about clowns, so it’s no surprise that 50% of the haunted dolls on eBay also happen to be clowns. Take "Beans" for instance: this chilling specimen was bought by eBay seller gremasterso-0 at an old lady’s garage sale, and reportedly carries with it a negative energy that causes thumping and scratching sounds in attics, striking fear into humans and overweight pugs alike.
The doll was handcrafted by the old woman herself and will allegedly give its owners nightmares and a steady sense of dread. “Beans” specifically asked for his paint job, which features striking, red pinprick eyes rimmed in black and an ear-to-ear smile.
Thanks to eBay, it’s now possible to purchase a saintly reliquary for worship in the comfort of your own home. This Vatican-approved reliquary includes a small piece of the scalp of St. Angela Merici, encased in glass, brass, and velvet. Merici dedicated her life to teaching young women in 1535, when she started the Company of St. Ursula. She was canonized in 1807. While eBay typically refuses to trade in human remains, it makes an exception for remnants of saintly scalps.