ORLANDO, Fla. - More than a dozen personal items belonging to Casey Anthony are being sold on a controversial website specializing in so called "murderabilia" and crime collectibles.

"I'm catering to supply and demand," Eric Holler, the owner of, told WESH.

Holler says he purchased seven pairs of pants and six purses from Mount Dora resident Christina Werner who bought the items at a garage sale run by Casey's parents, George and Cindy Anthony, last summer.

Werner secretly videotaped the encounter because she was upset the Anthony's were selling items belonging to their deceased granddaughter Caylee.

Holler says Werner wanted to "wash her hands of the situation." He would not say how much money he paid for the items, each of which comes with a "certificate of authenticity."

The items are currently selling for $800 apiece.

"Of course I'm trying to profit, I'm running a business here," said Holler. "I'm not in the business of losing money."

The website, which sells items from notorious killers Charles Manson, John Wayne Gacy and David Berkowitz, has a section dedicated to Anthony.

"Casey Anthony is here! Own items from the infamous Anthony garage sale," the website says.

Holler says he was not interested in buying Caylee's toys because that would "cross the line" but said he has no problems selling Anthony's belongings.

George and Cindy Anthony's attorney could not immediately be reached for comment.

"I'm in this business to make a profit, like any other entrepreneur," Holler told WESH. "I know there is a demand for items I sell."