02.27.11

History’s Most Puzzling eBay Auctions, Pt. VI

Posted in The Marketplace, The World Of Entertainment at 4:54 pm by

Though the auction — described below — seems to have ended unsuccessfully, if the starting bid had been a more modest sum (say, $200), I’m pretty sure content plantation owner James Frey would’ve been all over this.

I am selling my story that I have been creating for 10+ years. It can be compared to stories like Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Matrix, Indiana Jones and other titles in those categories. This story needs to be completed by a professional writer or Ghost Writer. I would like to meet in person so that I can pass my works on.

I will share my story with someone in person only and not over the internet. My story is too valuable to be spread publicly and will give a lot of new ideas for movies and book series that should belong to the buyer.

ebay requires a physical object to be purchased. This is a CD with my story, as well as printed material, as well as verbal information from me. This will be exchanged person to person.

This story will bring in endless fame and money to anyone who takes it. I do not have money to hire a Ghost Writer and I do not want to die with this story untold.

One Response to “History’s Most Puzzling eBay Auctions, Pt. VI”

  1. jon says:

    I see it’s been re-listed. With a curious strategy of increasing the starting bid. I guess it’s one way of warding off Frey from your project. http://tiny.cc/bi8f2

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