He’s the man who makes a living peddling items for the world’s most sadistic serial killers.
Eric Holler’s Serial Killer Ink is billed as a ‘true crime collectibles’ site, selling the belongings and art of ‘mass shooters, cannibals and necrophiles.’
The once-aspiring cop from Florida contacts inmates behind bars – including Australians Ivan Milat and John Bunting – to commission ‘murderabilia’.
The 47-year-old told Daily Mail Australia he has no qualms paying bloodthirsty villains to ‘help them out’. And he remains defiant in the face of the furore he’s drawn.
Crime pays: Eric Holler (posing at the grave of US musician Leon wilkesonl) makes a living peddling items for the world’s most infamous
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A 32-year-old Florida woman had a court appearance last week after perusing the Kwik-E-Mart in Universal Studio’s Simpsons land on her motorized scooter and allegedly swiping more than $3,500 in memorabilia from the amusement park in March, according to a police report.
Among the allegedly stolen stash? A green Bart Simpson T-shirt; $24 worth of Simpson family charms with $24 in charm bracelets to match; a $50 Homer Simpson hoodie; a Bart Simpson pin; a Simpson’s family pin set and a Simpson’s family lanyard, according to the report.
In total, the woman – Christal Merheb – nearly made away with about 200 souvenirs without paying for them. The tchotchkes were returned to Universal Studios employees after Merheb was arrested, according to the report.