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article imageMan selling his soul on eBay for $1 millon

By Chris V. Thangham     Dec 14, 2007 in Lifestyle
A Los Angeles man is selling his soul in an eBay auction for $1 million to raise money for Christmas presents. He said selling at eBay is better than letting the Devil have his soul.
The seller told his buyers in the auction that he has no money for Christmas, and all he has left to sell is his soul. He said he is willing to let go of that for $1 million.
According to Sky News who has seen the auction, the soul will apparently be shipped in a glass jar along with a document showing the transfer of ownership.
He said he is not using his soul lately and selling at eBay is a better option than letting the Devil have it.
The seller from LA added, according to Sky.com: "Keep it for yourself, or give it to someone you know who needs one. Who knows what it may be capable of?
With the money he gets from the auction, he hopes to get a life and eventually buy his soul back.
But what if the value skyrockets? He has to expect the unexpected.
The starting bid is set at $1 million, but so far he has not received any offers. If he really wants a bid, he should start off at a no reserve price -- fixed price auctions seldom sell unless it is cheap or a popular item.
Sky News does not provide a link to the posting on eBay. However, I would bet it doesn't sell, and looks like Devil will have a better chance to buy it.
As long eBay doesn’t have any screening process, auctions like this will keep appearing. Are you interested in this auction?
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