An Eerie Online Florida Oddities Shop Sells Memorabilia Previously Owned By Serial Killers
If you're a lover or collector of all things dark and mysterious — especially things related to the life and actions of serial killers — there's a place that you might find incredibly interesting. An online oddities shop in Florida is filled with things that once belonged to some of America's most notorious serial killers. And yes, you can actually purchase them.
Artem Mortis' online shop, based out of Cooper City, Florida, has an extensive catalog of authentic "murderabilia," a collection of infamous serial killer artworks, documents, letters, and even personal effects.
By accessing the shop, you may be able to see all sorts of weird items, from a framed check doubled signed by Charles Manson to artwork from Dennis Rader, known as BTK.
Hand-signed letters and envelopes from Florida killers Ted Bundy or Aileen Wuornos are also available on the shop's pages right now.
Other serial killer curiosities that you'll find on Artem Mortis' website include items of John Wayne Gacy's, known as “Pogo the Clown,” Jeffrey Dahmer, Edmund Kemper, Richard Ramirez (aka The Night Stalker), and David Berkowitz, who is also known as "Son of Sam."
In case you were wondering how much it costs to own an authentic piece previously possessed by any of these persons, well, there's a wide range of prices starting at $35 going upwards to $500 or more depending on your killer-of-choice's profile and fame.
At Artem Mortis, they know that these items can be highly controversial.
"We do not seek quarrel, nor do we seek to engage in the arguments against the morality of selling these pieces..." their website states, "What is true for some, may not be what is true for others. This subject happens to be a part of what we do here at Artem Mortis, and we do respect your opinion."
Murderabilia products are typically bought and traded by collectors and validated through a triple authentication process to avoid fraud.
As stated on Artem Mortis' website, "These items have been bought and traded and have zero financial support offered in any way to the murderer or their families."
Besides murderabilia, they also sell antiques, jewelry, occult items, taxidermy specimens, and a lot more.
Why You Need To Check It Out: This online oddity shop based in Florida sells tons of serial killer memorabilia, previously owned by some of the world's most notorious serial killers.