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Today's Los Angeles Times examines the crazy world of people who purchase abandoned items at storage space auctions. But the real thrill lies with knowing the junk's provenance. Check out Aaron Spelling's office furniture now on sale via the Internet.

Consider the heady responsibilty of owning a visitor chair that once held the rumps of Joan Collins, Alyssa Milano or even Tori? Our favorite item is the solar powered Flying Fish, a gift from a A-List star, that flaps its fins in the wind (pictured above).