Entrepreneur Sells Soil From Serial Killer's Home For $25 A Gram


People are getting creative during the recession. One entrepreneur is making a profit off dirt, a commodity that doesn't usually fetch so high a price. Unless, that is, if it's from the home of a famed serial killer.

Eric Gein of Jackson, Fla., had an associate fill two sandwich bags with soil from Anthony Sowell's house two weeks ago, and peddled it for $25 a gram on the website Serial Killers Ink, the Plain Dealer reports. That's almost five times the average price of low grade marijuana.