From mundane to inexplicable, a look at the defunct online charter school's lots

After its January closure, the ECOT online charter school owed money to, well, everyone in Ohio—thanks to the public funding that supported it until its scandalous end. It liquidated its assets through an online auction that ended in June, offering 3,584 lots that ranged from mundane to inexplicable. (Plasma cutter, anyone?) Here's a sampling of items that found new homes.


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