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You can buy Jim Morrison’s stuff on Craigslist

You can buy Jim Morrison’s stuff on Craigslist

ON CRAIGSLIST: Members of the Doors, from left, John Densmore, Robbie Krieger, Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison, pose for a portrait. Photo: Associated Press

Items from rock legend Jim Morrison’s last-known U.S. residence are to be sold on popular bargain-hunting website Craigslist.com.

Cheri Woods, the owner of the Norton Avenue property in West Hollywood, Los Angeles claims the furnishings up for sale all once belonged to the tragic The Doors frontman.

Items up for grabs include a sink, a stove, plugs, pipes and even paint chips, dirt and a garbage disposal system.

Woods, who famously staged a seance in the home and claims to have contacted Morrison’s spirit, is offering The Doors fans a chance to rent the property where the singer lived at a cost of $3,180-a-month.

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