Saturday, May 25, 2013

Cool Shit On eBay : A Storage Locker Goldmine!

So I was bumming around eBay last night, and I stumbled upon a seller who is selling all sorts of unique little pieces of horror movie memorabilia, including props and relics from the set of Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.  I wondered how this person had all this stuff, and as it turns out, the seller is one of those people who buys and re-sells items from storage lockers, like the guys you see on that show Storage Wars.  
 
One of the lockers he recently purchased belonged to a guy by the name of Eric H. Lasher, who was in the still photography department of several horror sequels from the 80s & 90s, including Chainsaw 2, Howling 6, Silent Night, Deadly Night 5 & Return of the Living Dead 3, as well as the TV shows Freddy's Nightmares and Tales From The Crypt.  As you can imagine, Lasher's storage locker had some pretty cool little relics in it, all of which are now being auctioned off on eBay.

Kinda hesitated to even share the links to this stuff, since I kinda sorta wanted to keep it under wraps and bid on some of it myself, but my job is to share cool shit with you guys and that mission comes before all else.  Scout's honor, and shit.

So check out some of the awesome items currently available from Lasher's storage locker, over on eBay!

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"Too many to count. All on 35mm film. These are the original ones taken of the mask being made and set."

CURRENT BID : $49.99

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"Mask was found stuck to a tire iron, not sure why. It looks torn in a few spots."

CURRENT BID : $100 (RESERVE NOT MET)
 
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CURRENT BID : $50

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STARTING BID : $50

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STARTING BID : $100 (RESERVE NOT MET)

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STARTING BID : $100

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STARTING BID : $25

If you're intrigued and want to see what else was in Lasher's storage locker, head over to eBay and poke around auction-buys-2009's shop.  The items I've highlighted here are definitely the coolest of the bunch, but there are some more treasures to be found, including a ticket to the 1990 Horror Hall Of Fame Awards!
 
I know I've told you this before, eBay, but goddamn do I love you!!

2 comments:

J said...

screw the movie memorabilia i want the jeff stryker doll

Mark Sindone said...

I love that Storage Wars show because some of the episodes can be really very shocking. Who knows what could be uncovered in an old and abandoned storage locker. You either get to retrieve priceless treasures or plain rubbish, depending on your luck. That is the thing that makes me very excited to watch that particular show.