12 Of The Most Useless Things People Have Inherited
Ah, the strange tales of inheritances that have been passed down from generation to generation. From the bizarre to the downright outrageous, these stories of inheritances are sure to make your jaw drop.
Take the case of Jean-Claude Duvalier, who inherited the title of president-for-life from his father, Francois. Or the woman in the UK who inherited a massive collection of dolls from her grandmother and ended up selling them for more than $100,000!
And who could forget Charles Dickens’ taxidermied raven, Grip, which was given to the Free Library of Philadelphia by Colonel Richard Gimbel of the department store family when he passed away.
And then there’s André Tchaikowsky, who bequeathed his skull to the Royal Shakespeare Company so they could use it as the part of Yorick in Hamlet.
These are just some of the weird inheritances that someone actually left. So sit back, relax, and prepare to be amazed as you read about these 12 weird inheritances that someone actually left.