7 Wildly Random Funeral Items for Sale on eBay
We scoured eBay for random funerary items and below are the wildest things we found!
It’s easy to imagine the wild things that can be found in the depths of eBay, but we decided to put our imaginations to rest by looking up the wildly random funerary items that are for sale.
We scoured eBay for random funerary items and here are the wildest things we found:
The only eternal resting place for duck enthusiasts.
Even in death, basketball is life.
The candy that can cure funeral directors’ sweet tooth.
In case you were wondering what MLK Jr. looked like at his funeral in 1968, you can buy a photograph of him in his casket as well as a slew of other post mortem images.
If you ever thought your advertisements were worthless, you are totally wrong. Many of these personalized items are for sale on eBay. If you’re hoping to buy back these momentums you know where to look!
Wanna brush up on your restorative art skills? eBay is the place to go. They have silent films made in the 1930s by mortuary college students so they must be state-of-the-art.
If you’re hoping to take your funeral home back in time, eBay is your one stop shop for all your funerary needs. They have a plethora of vintage embalming items that are definitely safe and sanitary.
What other wildly random or weird funeral items have you found on eBay? Let us know in the comments below!
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