A second-hand scare store in Atlanta, Georgia is planning to sell products and products from “second hand” fright store to customers, according to The Wall St Journal.
The store will be located at the corner of 6th and Fulton streets, and is slated to open its doors on March 2, 2018.
The owner of the store, James Stegeman, told the WSJ that he is “not afraid” of the threat of a “terror attack.”
“We are not afraid.
We are very much a second-handed store,” he said.
“It is an outlet for people who don’t want to go to the store.
They have an outlet to put their money in.
It’s a safe place.”
He added that the store will also be selling products from other terror-focused “second- hand” stores, including the one that opened in California last year, and said he would not be opening a store specifically focused on “secondhand terror.”
Stegemans plans to open the store by the end of March, but the exact date is not yet set.
The location is in a former grocery store space, and the store is expected to offer the following items: A variety of toys and crafts from toy companies including Toy Story, Lego, Marvel and DC, as well as books and other materials.
“We’re offering a range of products from the second hand sector,” Stegman told the Journal.
“They’re selling everything from second- hand horror to first-hand horror to even a variety of books, but they’re not selling anything that is directly tied to terrorism.”
The store is slated for a three-day open, but Stegmans did not provide a specific time frame for the opening.