If you're looking for a used engagement ring that Satan herself (or at least a Pennsylvania woman) once wore, a guy is selling exactly that on Craigslist.
It can be all yours for $1,800!
For a brief period, the diamond was worn by "Satan herself," the Craigslist user writes, before describing the abject terror he was subjected to as a result.
Let's just say that the affordable rate already accounts for some of the risks the buyer assumes in taking possession of this purportedly toxic stone.
Swarms of locusts, fire, brimstone, etc. Sounds pretty bad for such a nice-looking symbol of love. Their engagement apparently didn't end well.
His full posting reads:
"For sale I have a 1.5 ct total weight engagement ring set in 14K white gold. The ring is in like new condition, only worn for a short period of time by Satan herself."
"Comes with the original box. Very pretty ring. Lower setting so the diamonds won't snag on everything. Diamonds along the sides and in the channel setting show off light from all sides."
Sounds awesome for under two grand! But there's a but coming. A whole bunch of them, to be exact. We're talking Biblical proportions of buts here.
"Originally purchased from Littman's for a sum of money far greater than I am comfortable admitting."
"Warning: ring may be cursed as it tends to leave a path of destruction behind it."
"Possible events associated with this ring include but are not limited to: damage sustained to house, vehicle, heart, downed powerlines, fallen trees, and swarms of locust."
Basically, it's yours for the aforementioned rate, but buyer beware.
"I would highly recommend taking action to counter the whirlwind of bad mojo that surround this piece of jewelry."
"Should consider having curse removed by voodoo priest or something before presenting to loved one. Other than that a very nice piece of jewelry."
"Looking to sell this soon before it brings any more bad luck into my life and I'd rather have cash. If not sold by Christmas I plan to throw it into the fires of Mordor."
So, there you have it. Any takers?