Items purportedly from Murdaugh’s estate appear on eBay, Property Sale at $14,000

"A Murdaugh Crossbow" allegedly observed in police body camera video at home and confiscated from the Moselle property gunroom is up for sale at $14,000. Alex Murdaugh's jacket is on sale beginning at $275.

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“A Murdaugh Crossbow” allegedly observed in police body camera video at home and confiscated from the Moselle property gunroom is up for sale at $14,000. Alex Murdaugh’s jacket is on sale beginning at $275.

The 'Alibi Couch' And Maggie'S Bike Are Among The Murdaugh Auction Goods
The ‘alibi couch’ and Maggie’s bike are among the Murdaugh auction goods

These are only a few of the objects purportedly from Murdaugh’s Moselle estate that appeared on eBay a day after a massive sale that the vendors verified contained Murdaugh family antiques, according to South Carolina’s ABC4.

Aside from the crossbow and jacket, the site also has a decoy duck for sale, with a current price of $82.

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On Thursday, a Georgia auction house was selling a collection of furniture and other things from the Murdaugh family estate, and photographs on social media seemed to show some of the Murdaugh artifacts.

Murdaugh Auction Item Preview

“Here’s a look at a prominent estate found in Colleton County, South Carolina,” the post says. “We still have a lot of preparations to make, but we can’t wait to see everyone Thursday night!”

The objects for sale are from the family’s previous hunting lodge, known as “Moselle” in the area.

According to images posted by the auction house, bidders bid on a red leather chair and ottoman set, a red leather sofa, a collection of monogrammed pillows, a series of green-and-brown dishes with rabbit and deer decorations on them, lamps made out of dead turtle shells, and several animal skulls and heads including deer antlers, longhorn horns, and a trophy mount.

The images of the pillows, in particular, reveal who they formerly belonged to. The letters “MMB” appear in sequence on the monograms. The last initial is commonly placed in the center of a group of three, and the “M” in the center looks to be the biggest letter on each embroidered cushion.

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Items From The Murdaugh Family’s Moselle Home Were Up For Auction In Georgia.
Items from the Murdaugh family’s Moselle home were up for auction in Georgia.

Margaret “Maggie” Kennedy Branstetter Murdaugh, 52, and her youngest son, Paul Terry Murdaugh, 22, were slain on June 7, 2021, at Moselle. Richard Alexander “Alex” Murdaugh, 54, used at least two long rifles to kill the duo near the dog kennels, some yards from the main home.

Alex Murdaugh was sentenced to two consecutive life terms for the murder of his wife and children earlier this month by Judge Clifton Newman. He is presently attempting to overturn his conviction.

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