Video: Strangest Things Sent In The Mail

No one wins any awards for sending spam about the latest lucrative business opportunities from Nigerian princes or anti-Obama jokes from your uncle’s old Navy buddy.

But get a real piece of junk shipped through snail mail and glory awaits at the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not annual Strange Mail Contest.

Participants sent things like a tree trunks and prosthetic arm to the Orlando, Florida, headquarters of Ripley’s. There was a catch: The items could not be packaged in a box, envelope or any wrapping of any kind, and the postage and address must be placed directly on the item.


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