Among the eBay offerings is a hunting jacket claimed to have belonged to Murdaugh himself, for which sold for $275.
In addition, Fox News reported that a camouflage gun case was listed for an opening bid of $4,999.
A pair of deer antlers from Moselle sold for $399.99, while a pair of men’s waders went for $125, the outlet said.
One high-profile item that has not hit the internet, however, is the so-called “alibi couch,” the brown leather sectional set that Murdaugh claimed he was resting on when his wife, Maggie, and son Paul were gunned down.
The set went to Phillip Jennings III for an eye-watering $36,000.
In an interview with CourtTV, Jennings, who owns a hunting lodge in Georgia, was unfazed by the couch’s grisly history and said it was “absolutely” comfortable.
There was also no sign of the derided tortoise shell lamps that went for $800.
In the run-up to the auction, Liberty Auction’s team insisted on handling the high-profile sale just like any other.
“This is just our job. We clean up people’s estates,” said Lori Mattingly, one of the owners of the family-run business.
“[The Murdaughs’] things are not any better or nicer than any other things that we pick up from other people’s homes,” she told CNN .
The Colleton County estate — which jurors visited just one day before convicting Murdaugh of murder — was sold for $3.9 million this month.
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