But experts say that when it comes to his asking price, Morrill — who can currently be seen on YouTube weeping blood and playing Nirvana’s “Rape Me” on the harp — has a couple of connections loose.
“He’s out of his mind, is basically what he’s done with that price,” says John Reznikoff, owner of University Archives, a presidential and historical memorabilia dealer based in Westport, Conn.
“Let’s put it this way,” he adds. “From a valuation standpoint, it’s very difficult for me to think of anything that would be associated with Sarah Palin that would be worth over $5,000.”…
How did Morrill settle upon the $1.1 million figure? “I’d like to say there was a mathematical formula, but it seemed like common sense to me to ask that price,” he says.