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Casey Anthony Mask, Extremely Horrifying, for Sale on eBay; Bidding Currently at $24,300

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If you're into absolutely terrifying people, eBay has just the thing for you.

Bidding ends tonight on this Casey Anthony mask, which is probably creepy enough to make kids and adults cry out of fear.

According to the seller, "prophunter," it's one of nine Casey Anthony masks made by the pop artist Torro that were used as props for a parody film, and he got a hold of them afterward.

Bidding is currently at $24,300 after 108 entries as of 8 a.m. today, and the auction closes tonight at 9 Eastern Standard Time.

"Forget Freddy, Jason, Meyers, here's your chance to scare the *#&% out of everyone and win every costume contest with this amazing Tot Mom latex rubber mask, possibly the most frightening mask on the planet," the seller says.

Prophunter says the mask fits most head sizes and ships for free to the continental United States to the winning bidder.

"No matter what your opinion of the trial is, this is still one heck of a conversation piece," the seller says. "I bet Nancy Grace would love one of these."

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