Storage units make the perfect analogy for life. Sure, sometimes they can be pretty mundane, but every now and then you stumble across something really exciting and interesting that catches your attention. Below are ten awesome discoveries made thanks to the wonderfully mysterious nature of storage units.
One man in Michigan uncovered denotative ammunition in a handgun case he had found in the storage unit he purchased. He immediately returned it to the authorities, but not before bragging to firefighters that he had something they would most certainly want to see.
The clothes of Aretha Franklin
The queen of soul’s clothes were sold to the highest bidder after the celebrity stopped paying her due fees in a storage unit.
Knight Rider replication
A replica of the famous nineteen eighties TV show’s co-star to David Hasselhoff, a high-tech nearly unbreakable Artificial Intelligence car was discovered in a UK Storage Company. The discoverer pulled up to work in his sweet new ride, sporting a smug grin on his face as his co-workers glared at him in immense jealously.
Speaking of sweet rides, a Bugatti 57S was found in an English storage unit in two thousand nine. The car was apparently lying there all alone for five whole decades. It still ended up selling for over nine million dollars, though.
Canoe from Deliverance
The Deliverance is a critically acclaimed film that features a group of friends traveling down a river before encountering a group of dangerous in-breds. It is speculated that Burt Reynolds, one of the lead actors of the film, was too disturbed by the events of the film to keep it anywhere near him, which viagra tablets is why it ended up in a storage unit.
Body of a family’s grandmother
Perhaps, “cool” is the wrong way to word this discovery, but the corpse of a Florida family’s grandmother was found in a blue casket. Depending on the reaction of the buyer, he or she could have been rather fascinated.
A metal casket was found in an auctioned storage unit. When opened, it showcased its true nature–a barbeque pit. Sometimes, good things do indeed come in big packages.
Three thousand year old seeds
Seeds over three thousand years old were found by archaeologists in an ancient storage unit. They were still perfectly useable.
Unreleased Michael Jackson songs
Around two hundred and seventy unreleased songs from the king of pop were discovered before being sold to the highest bidder. The best part? Mr. Jackson was in the middle of switching contracts, so no one owned the legal rights to the songs.
The only thing objectively cooler than Michael Jackson is space equipment. A NASA clock and rocket were found in a storage unit in Miami by Spike TV’s “Auction Hunters”. They were worth only about one thousand and five hundred
dollars, but the best things in life can’t be measured by price.
About the Author: Madyson Grant enjoys taking a look at the creative side of life.