Site selling items from convicted Ohio priest's funeral
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — An Internet site devoted to selling memorabilia from notorious killers is selling dirt said to be from the grave site of a Roman Catholic priest convicted of killing a nun in Ohio.
The lot for sale on a website also includes a photo of the Rev. Gerald Robinson in his coffin.
Robinson was serving a life prison sentence for strangling Sister Margaret Ann Pahl in 1980 at a hospital where they worked. He died July 4 and was buried in his Toledo hometown.
A Toledo man says he took the photo of Robinson at his funeral and then struck a deal to sell it on a website called serialkillersink.net.
The site a few years ago put up for sale soil from the home of Cleveland serial killer Anthony Sowell.