10 Items From Fred Phelps’ Estate Sale

PhilHaney by PhilHaney on Mar. 20, 2014


Fred Phelps, founder of the Westboro Baptist Church died Wednesday at the age of 84 of natural causes. Phelps and his church were best known for protesting American soldier’s funerals with signs boasting “God Hates Fags!” Now Phelps will find out for himself exactly what God’s position on gay equality is. Not only did Phelps leave behind a life filled with hate, he also left behind a house filled with stuff. And now Fred’s stuff can be your stuff! The Phelps family has already posted some of the items online for a quick estate sale.

Markers

A few markers and supplies for making protest signs; these have been sniffed a few times.

Cute Bear Collection

Sometimes Fred just needed a pal to hug.

NSYNC 2001 Doll Collectables

Would have pegged him as more of a Backstreet Boys fan, but as Fred wouldn’t say “to each his own.”

Shake Weight

Stay fit, because like they say, “Your body is your temple.” Also for some people, their cult compound is their temple.

Liberace Concert Program and Ticket Stubs

One thing Fred didn’t hate was music.

Rollerblades

It’s good to see that even at his age Fred Phelps liked to keep active.

5 Tubs Crisco

Fred loved to bake after a long day hating on everyone.

Alex Rodriguez Baseball Card Collection

With the crack of a bat and the flying of the balls, Fred was a baseball man.

Bette Midler CD

Everyone loves "Beaches" but Fred loved her music too.

Autographed copy of “Breaking The Surface” by Greg Louganis

In his spare time Fred was really into deep diving.

William Sonoma Reversible Meat Tenderizer

Rumor has it Fred could cook a mean steak. A really mean steak.

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