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Orphan Black’s Rachel Duncan (Tatiana Maslany) is one of television’s all-time most complicated characters. She is a self-aware clone, essentially raised by the twisted scientific organization that created her, which has made her a ruthless pro-clone who ultimately helps her sisters after her fall from power. One of her many secrets is hidden in the antique stopwatch she wears as a necklace (pictured) during the fifth season of Orphan Black, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering this iconic piece of screen-used jewelry to the fan who places the winning bid. The necklace also comes with a hidden SD card. Don’t miss your chance to own this piece of jewelry form one of television’s most creative series. Click here for photos and more information, and place your bid today!



Sleepy Hollow’s legendary Headless Horseman is one of the most terrifying creations the horror genre has ever known. Driven by jealousy and betrayal, this Horseman of Death strikes an imposing presence. He is relentless, homicidal, headless – and vicious with razor-sharp heavy metal. One of the Horseman’s most brutal weapons – his screen-used battle axe (pictured) – is now available to the Sleepy Hollow fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The axe is nearly four-feet long with points and double-blades at both ends. The lethal weapon looks as imposing as the Headless Horseman himself, but it is constructed of rubber to ensure no actors – or fans – are seriously injured during filming. Click here for photos and more information – and claim this piece of Sleepy Hollow lore today!



Leave it to Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story, American Crime Story, Glee) to unleash one of the most ambitious horror comedies television has ever seen in the gloriously gruesome Scream Queens. Though it only lasted two seasons, Scream Queens never went unnoticed with queen bee Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts) and her gaggle of namesake Chanel minions (including Ariana Grande, Abigial Breslin, Billie Lourd and others) sashaying and slashing their way through Wallace University and C.U.R.E. Hospital in the midst of colorful serial killers. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering signature pieces of Scream Queens fabulous wardrobe, including Chanel Oberlin’s screen-worn wedding dress and shoes form the second-season episode “Handidates.” Also available are two outfits from the premiere episode – also worn on-screen by Emma Roberts as Chanel Oberlin: her light blue jacket, skirt and cut-off gloves combo (pictured above) and her pink fur jacket, checkered skirt and white shirt. Don’t wait another minute to claim your piece of this twisted tale – click here to see all of the available designer outfits currently available straight from the set of Scream Queens!



Old Glory. Star-Spangled Banner. The Stars and Stripes. The American Flag is a powerful symbol of more than the United States. It represents a million different things to a million different people in the land of the free and the home of the brave – and it was created by one legendary woman, Betsy Ross, at the birth of the USA. The version of the flag created by Betsy Ross (Nikki Reed) and featured on-screen in Sleepy Hollow is now being offered by VIP Fan Auctions. A replica of the original American flag, the flag was featured during the third season of Sleepy Hollow when George Washington (Mark Campbell) asked Betsy to stitch, prompting Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) to declare it will be her greatest accomplishment. Don’t miss out on this piece of American – and Hollywood – history. Click here for photos and more information about the Betsy Ross flag from Sleep Hollow, and join the bidding today!



The journal of Benjamin Franklin has come in quite handy for Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) during the four-season run of Sleepy Hollow. A former apprentice to Ben Franklin, Ichabod has relied on the book to find weaknesses in monsters and solve vexing riddles. Soon, however, the invaluable book will fall into the hands of a Sleepy Hollow fan. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the journal, which was featured on-screen in “This Is War,” the second-season premiere of Sleepy Hollow. The journal features a brown leather cover with multiple pages of writing and sketches (see photo) – all designed by the Sleepy Hollow props department for authenticity. If you want to get your hands on the journal of Benjamin Franklin – a piece of both American history and Sleepy Hollow lore – click here for photos and more information. But please don’t wait to get in on the bidding – this auction is ending soon!



The architect of the Four Horsemen, Sleepy Hollow’s demon Moloch never met an Apocalypse he didn’t like. A fallen angel doomed to Hell, Moloch traded in souls to create Horsemen, banished others to Purgatory and generally never quit on his dream of bringing a fiery end to the world as we all know it. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering one Sleepy Hollow fan an opportunity to walk in Moloch’s hooves, literally, by placing the screen-used Moloch costume on the auction block. A terrifyingly awesome piece of Hollywood costume-making magic, the custom-made Moloch costume includes the demon’s cape, skirt and belt – as well as the mask, horns, body suit, legs, gloves and shoe stilts to convincingly unleash The Horrid King on your neighborhood. Click here for photos of each piece and more information on this phenomenal Sleepy Hollow costume and wardrobe – and let the scares begin!



Freddie Krueger. Jason Vorhees. Michael Myers. Chucky. All have tremendous street cred as monsters, but none can compare to the sheer terror, longevity and “bridge-cred” of the one-and-only Headless Horseman. A horrifying spectre driven by the combustible combination of pain, betrayal and jealousy, the decapitated Abraham Van Brunt of the supernatural TV series Sleepy Hollow becomes the Horseman of Death – resurrected in the 21st century along with his nemesis Ichabod Crane to unleash another generation of terror. VIP Fan Auctions is arming one Sleepy Hollow fan against the Horseman by offering his screen-used sword from the first season (pictured). The metal sword is nearly 35-inches long with a decorative 24-inch blade. Click here for photos and more information on this amazing piece of horror history – a join the bidding for a screen-used piece of Sleepy Hollow’s legendary Headless Horseman today!



A key element of Stephen King’s epic series The Dark Tower is Maerlyn’s Rainbow – a collection of 13 mystical (and cursed) orbs of different colors that represent the 12 Guardians of the Beams (and a black orb that represent the Tower itself). The orbs also play a central role in the film version as Matthew McConaughey’s wicked wizard Walter (above) uses the orbs to peer between worlds. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering one of the screen-used orbs of Maerlyn’s Rainbow from The Dark Tower film. The otherworldly gray, pink and orange sphere lights up for full effect – though it is not guaranteed to open portals into Mid-World for non-wizards or gunslingers. Click here for photos and more information on this enchanted piece of film history – and claim a piece of The Dark Tower today!



The Headless Horseman has the most legendary absent noggin in all of literature. In the Fox supernatural thriller Sleepy Hollow, we learn that the man who separated the Horseman’s head from his torso is none other than Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison), who is far from the bookish schoolteacher described in the Washington Irving short story. In the third-season finale of Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod returns the skull (pictured) of the legendary Horseman (Jeremy Owens) in exchange for the specter to help him defeat Pandora – but that iconic skull is now being offered to the Sleepy Hollow fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. Undoubtedly one of the most significant craniums in popular culture for nearly 200 years, the head of the Headless Horseman is crown jewel of the horror genre. Click here for photos, more information and to join the bidding today!



For generations, Ichabod Crane was known as the bookish schoolteacher tormented by the specter of a headless horseman in Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Thank goodness television was able to set the record straight. Thanks to Fox’s Sleepy Hollow, we learn that Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) is actually a soldier – a double-agent for George Washington – who beheaded the legendary horseman, only to awaken more than 200 years later, still facing old foes. Sleepy Hollow was an ambitious premise and an action-packed supernatural series for four seasons until it signed off in May. Now VIP Fan Auctions is offering props and wardrobe from Sleepy Hollow, including Ichabod Crane’s screen-worn coat and shirt worn during the second-season premiere. Click here for photos and more information about this exceptional piece of wardrobe – and place your bid today!