The wooded lot where the remains of Florida child Caylee Anthony were found is up for sale.
The half-acre Orlando property was put on the market this week at an asking price of $89,900, the real estate agent representing the land owner told WOFL FOX 35.
The plot will be difficult to sell because of the grim discovery made there in December by a utility worker of the 2-year-old girl's skull, bones and belongings.
The makeshift memorial of teddy bears and cards that's still there is a constant reminder.
"It's got a little bit of an added stigma to it," said another agent not involved in the sale, Channing Harrison. "It's probably going to take a little longer than usual for someone to step forward and put a serious offer in. It's going to take a unique buyer."
The upside of the Suburban Drive land is that it's a "good-sized lot on a nice street," he added.
People from as far away as Canada have visited the site to pay their respects.
"I wouldn't want to own it," said onlooker Jeanette Saborido. "If they were giving it away, I wouldn't take it."
Last week lawyers for Caylee's mother Casey Anthony, who is in prison on first-degree murder and other charges in the girl's death, grilled an Orange County Sheriff's official about the length of time it took to find the body.
Anthony, who turned 23 on Thursday, has pleaded not guilty to all the charges against her. Her trial is scheduled to begin in October.