Ripley’s Believe it or Not hosts unique Black Friday Sale

 Items on sale at Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

The Black Friday Sale will feature strunken heads for around $ 20,000 a head, one from their exhibit pictured. They’re all from a specific Amazon tribe called the Jibaro, according to the museum.

Stumped on what to gift that special someone? Why not an authentic shrunken head?

New York’s extreme sight show Ripley’s Believe it or Not is holding their first ever Black Friday Sale featuring everything from an authentic 19th century Vampire Killing Kit to Dendroolithus dinosaur eggs.

An authentic 19th century Vampire Killing Kit seen here is one of the many items being featured in a Ripley's Believe it or Not Black Friday sale. This kit featuring a cross and gun is up for grabs at $  24,999.99.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

An authentic 19th century Vampire Killing Kit seen here is one of the many items being featured in a Ripley’s Believe it or Not Black Friday sale. This kit featuring a cross and gun is up for grabs at $ 24,999.99.

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More than 70 bizarre and one of a kind items are up for grabs with prices ranging from a $ 500 Penis sheath variety pack — one can collect all five — to an authentic 16th century Iron Maiden priced at $ 2.5 million.

An albino giraffe, pictured, is one of the many items up for grabs at a cost of about $  1.7 million.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

An albino giraffe, pictured, is one of the many items up for grabs at a cost of about $ 1.7 million.

“We all at some point during the gift giving season come across someone that you say to yourself, ‘I have no idea what to get him,'” Michael Hirsch, president and general manager of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square told the Daily News. “This is truly an opportunity to get something for someone that truly has everything.”

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One of the shrunken heads on display at the Times Square exhibit was once owned by artist Andy Warhol, according to the museum. One of their 24 heads on display is seen here.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

One of the shrunken heads on display at the Times Square exhibit was once owned by artist Andy Warhol, according to the museum. One of their 24 heads on display is seen here.

Indeed, whether one’s seeking to recreate an authentic “Nightmare Before Christmas” — with Amazonian shrunken head stocking stuffers starting around $ 20,000 — or start off the New Year with a bang — with a 17th century British Cannon starting around $ 12,000 — there appears to be something for everyone.

Other eye catching items, guaranteeing a surprise on Christmas morning, is a cross section of a “criminal” human head in formaldehyde from 18th century France, listed at $ 35,000.

More than 70 one-of-a-kind items are now featured in a giftacular Black Friday Sale with Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

More than 70 one-of-a-kind items are now featured in a giftacular Black Friday Sale with Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square.

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There’s even a Buddha statue made from a million shredded dollars while priced at a fraction of the cost used to make it of around $ 15,000.

Buyer beware, all gifts are final so make sure it’s really a $ 13,000 pistol ring on her wish list and not an actually diamond.

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The items will be on sale until Dec. 24th. For those on a pinch, items sold in the Times Square gift shop start around $ 10 — one such item being an authentic cow hair ball.

ngolgowski@nydailynews.com


Lifestyle – NY Daily News

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