You know what they say, one man's trash is another man's treasure.

Courtesy of online markets like Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist, we can get our hands on some pretty great finds for an even better price. From clothing to furniture, appliances, and more, you can find just about anything.

Granted, although many of these items may not be in incredible condition since they are secondhand, you may indeed stumble upon treasure and find something that's exactly what you're looking for.

Although this is often the case, sometimes it's quite the opposite. People can put weird stuff up for sale online. These items might be so worn out that they're not even worth trying to resell, or they might be things that are just plain weird. If one's desperate enough to get rid of something, they might even list it for free.

This writer went on a journey into the depths of Craigslist to discover what items people in New Hampshire were selling for, well, nothing. Understandably, one might feel a tad nervous trying to do this, since you never know what strange things you might find. Heck, a coworker found a Maine Craigslist post trying to get rid of expired breast milk.

After doing some research myself, it's safe to say that these assumptions are well-grounded. While nothing came up about human milk or bodily fluids, other peculiar items are listed up there, from expired or half-used products to animals like a rooster and alpacas (selling animals online for free seems kinda sketchy)?

So, let's take a look at these 10 random and completely free NH Craigslist items.

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