Michael C. Hall's 'Dexter' Stalking Costume Up For Auction, Plus 'Star Trek' Props


Michael C. Hall Bid On My 'Dexter' Stalker Outfit … 'Star Trek' Memorabilia Hitting Auction Block Too

11/12/2018 12:40 AM PST


There’s an online bidding war about to erupt, and “Dexter” fans will have the opportunity to take home Michael C. Hall‘s famous stalker getup from the psychological thriller … if they have the cash. 

The Dexter Morgan stalker ensemble from the hit Showtime series is hitting the auction block Dec. 1, with the online merchant, Prop Store, valuing it between $ 2,000 and $ 3,000.

For TV buffs with deeper pockets, there’s an opportunity to bring home some historic “Star Trek” memorabilia … because the costumes from American TV’s first interracial kiss are also heading to auction. 

The togas worn by William Shatner and Nichelle Nichols when they kissed on a 1968 episode of “Star Trek,” the first interracial kiss on American TV, are valued between $ 60,000 and $ 80,000. Just be ready to outbid the Trekkies. 

There are tons of other cool Hollywood memorabilia up for auction … a bag of blue sky meth from “Breaking Bad” (valued at $ 3,000), Robin Williams‘ egg spaceship from “Mork & Mindy” ($ 30,000), Howard Stern‘s Fartman uniform from the 1992 MTV VMAs ($ 8,000), and Laura Palmer’s red casket from the cult series “Twin Peaks” ($ 3,000). 

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