Why was a baseball card collection supposedly worth ten grand left behind in a home while the owner moved out?
Rescued from a storage unit in 1988 for $650, the trunks Muhammad Ali wore in one of the greatest fights ever will soon be sold again.
An Ohio man thought his stuff would be safe for a few minutes, sitting inside his garage in the middle of the day.
He was wrong.
Around the horn…or at least the world wide interwebs for tales of shop closings, arrests, burglaries and a Missouri collector.
A Carl Junction, Mo. man has pleaded guilty to defrauding over 1200 victims in a fake autograph scam that went on for nearly six years.
A Massachusetts man got away for awhile, but his bad habits apparently allowed the law to catch up to him.
When you return something to Stan the Man Inc., you might just get to meet the Man himself.
Game used memorabilia might not be leaking out of the Mets’ lockerroom anymore.
A Buffalo man kept his various collections piled high–and it could have cost him his life.
It doesn’t take long to figure out who Chuck Bogorae’s favorite player is.
Dave King’s determination has helped build one of the best sports collections around.
Roy Lautieri has accumulated a room full of Upper Deck Authenticated signed memorabilia. Now he’ll make room for one more piece.
…but don’t expect Dr. Mitch Antin to put it on the auction block.
A two-year-old Legendary Cuts pack yields a big hit.
It looks great. You want it. You’ve had way too much to drink. It’s a bad combination.
Kevin Durant’s MVP-like effort has Panini’s interest while the company faces legal action from the not-so-happy widow of dancing icon Gene Kelly.
The collection of a Florida fan goes on display as he recounts tales of picking up some special items.