By John Craven
Schnecksville, PA (WFMZ/CNN) - You can find a lot of interesting things for sale at an auction, even human remains.
A Pennsylvania auction house had two human skeletons up for bid Tuesday, a man and a woman.
There weren't many bidders, but a lot of curious onlookers.
It was just another day at Tom Hall's Auction House in Schnecksville until they wheeled in two full human skeletons, dating back at least 100 years.
Not much is known about who the people were. It's obvious from the stapling that the bodies were donated, the bones held intact.
"It came to us from a gentleman who collects bizarre kinds of interesting things. He purchased them years ago at an auction in New York City. It was part of a mortician's collection. He had sort of a mini-museum for them," said Tom Hall.
There weren't too many takers in the end, but the buyer was an antique store owner from Lancaster County who already has one skeleton on display.
So how much did the skeletons sell for?
The man sold for $900 and the woman for $950.