Unexpected Things Found In Storages

Unexpected Things Found In Storages

Self storage units are used by all sorts of people, from average families to theto some of the world’s most famous musicians, film produces and celebrities.

Here is the list of most unexpected things people find inside storage.

In 2000, famous actor Nicholas Cage filed a police report after an very rare comic book was stolen from his home in Los Angeles, a “Action Comics #1″ is worth more than a million dollars turned up in an abandoned storage unit 10 years later. Cage got his comic book back for unknown price.

A rare car 1937 Bugatti 57S was found in an English storage garage unit, where it sat untouched for 50 years. One of just a handful of these original cars ever made, experts believe it to be worth as much as $9 million.

A lots of Aretha Franklin’s clothes are found inside Michigan storage unit where she kept them after a fire in her home. However, she eventually stopped paying for the unit, and her iconic wardrobe was sold to the highest bidder. Even the fabulous fashions of the Queen of Soul weren’t immune to the auctioneer’s hammer, sending the lucky bidder home with her legendary wardrobe.

A pair of TV auctioneers have made their most prized sale yet, after selling off a storage locker which contained 200-year-old pirate treasure worth $500,000. Dan and Laura Dotson, who front the U.S. reality show ‘Storage Wars’ auction off foreclosed lockers without them – or the buyer – knowing what is inside.

Copy of a famous TV car Michael Knight’s K.I.T.T. was found inside storage unit in England. New owner sold the car on Ebay for $100,000.

Over 250 original songs by Michael Jackson were once found in a storage unit belonging to his father, Joe Jackson. The songs, some of which were recorded with Tina Turner, were apparently recorded while Michael was between contracts. That means that no recording companies had a legal claim to the songs, reportedly worth millions of dollars, making the lucky buyer a Smooth Criminal.

Archaeologists found many well-preserved fruit and vegetable seeds isnide old storage unit, including almonds and melon seeds, from more than 3,000 years ago,some even look like new seeds.

Old NASA equipment was found by Spike TV’s Auction Hunters inside storage unit close to Florida’s Cape Canaveral. One of the winners uncovered a NASA rocket and countdown clock in the unit he had purchased. The old equipment had been stored there after the spaced program they were part of was discontinued.

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