(CNN)The contents of the home of convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh and his family will be auctioned off on Thursday, according to a South Georgia auction house.
The house is located in Colleton County, South Carolina, on a hunting property called Moselle. The property became a household name during the nationally televised trial of its former occupant, Alex Murdaugh. Murdaugh was convicted earlier this month of shooting and killing his wife and son on the property.
The Savannah-based Liberty Auction house was hired to clean out the home and sell all its contents, according to owner Lori Mattingly. Cleaning out the Moselle estate was "just like any other job," she said to CNN over the phone on Tuesday.
"Their things are not any better or nicer than any other things that we pick up from other people's homes," Mattingly added. "We go into a lot of very nice expensive homes ... And we've had much nicer things than theirs, but their things are nice."
Among the items being auctioned are beds, chests, tables, chairs and picture frames that once hung on the walls of the Moselle estate. The Murdaugh items will be sold among items from other estates, and each item will be identified by a lot number, according to Mattingly. The auction house did not have an exact number of items being auctioned from the Murdaugh estate.
Photos of some of the items up for sale have been posted online and there are plans to post more photos in the coming days, Mattingly told CNN.
The auction will take place on Thursday at 4 p.m. in Pembroke, Georgia, a small town just outside of Savannah. Bids will only be accepted in-person.
"It's unbelievable how many phone calls I have had, and I have only been able to answer so many," said Mattingly. She told CNN the auctions usually draw a few hundred people, but they expect many more than normal for this sale.
Murdaugh's wife, Maggie, and son, Paul, were found fatally shot on the property on June 7, 2021. He has maintained that he did not kill them. Prosecutors argued that Murdaugh committed the murders to distract and delay from investigations into his long string of alleged financial crimes and lies.
Murdaugh was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences for the murders. He is appealing the conviction. The former attorney is also facing additional charges for other alleged financial crimes for which he has yet to face trial.