6 Jul 2012 10:37 AM EST
-by Vania Andre, Staff Writer; Image: The soul listing on eBay (Image Source: The Hollywood Gossip)
A New Mexico woman is selling her soul on eBay. In order to make ends meet, Lori N. made the decision to put a price of $2000 for her soul.
“What I’m going to deliver is the opportunity for someone to save my soul. They can save it through prayer, they can save it through conversion,” Lori said to NBC. “They’re also going to get a certificate detailing the white and black marks on my soul.”
While eBay does have specific clauses on what can be sold on the site, the human soul falls in a gray area.
“We don’t allow humans, the human body, or any human body parts or products to be listed on eBay, with two exceptions,” the site states under its “Human Remains and Body Parts Policy” section . “Sellers can list items containing human scalp hair, and skulls and skeletons intended for medical use.”
“I don’t feel good,” Lori said. “I’m near the end of my rope. I’m at the point now, I’m tired.”
Lori, a freelance writer, suffered many injuries from a 2007 car crash. Since then she has been struggling.
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