Updated: December 20, 2013 4:45 PM | By Jason Buckland, MSN Tech & Gadgets
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On the Internet, there is a market for everything, though one of the cruelest is that of “Murderabilia,” the online selling of personal items and effects from serial killers. Murder Auction may be the pre-eminent site selling serial killer goods, including letters, drawings and other personal artifacts from convicted murderers. Victims’ families, of course, have decried sites like Murder Auction, which currently has a painting from John Wayne Gacy, the killer of at least 33 teenage boys and young men, on sale for $2,799.99 (U.S.).

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