The auction, conducted by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, drew 50 bidders to the auction house and another 600 bidders over the Internet. The items were from Muller's personal collection and fetched a total of over $160,000.
Among the items auctioned Saturday were Charlton Heston's boots from the 1968 film "Planet of the Apes," a replica of the Batmobile from the first two "Batman" films and a pair of Adidas sneakers signed by rappers Run-DMC.
Some items, such as bricks from the home of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, had nothing to do with films or music. A Christmas card signed by Jack Ruby and a piece of notebook paper signed by Richard Nixon were also available.
Muller plans to donate some of the proceeds to charity, specifically the proceeds from the crime-related items, the newspaper reported.
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