This woman is in the road kill fur market. Odd as it sounds, you have to see the products she makes with what she finds roadside.
That is correct: she picks up road kill and makes quite a killing with profit.
Watch this video and see what her road kill picking yields her.
Trappers have known for years that fur bearing animal pelts can make you some extra money. This enterprising Boston woman has found an easy way to find her fur bearers without even setting foot into the woods.
Accidental fur is fur skinned from road-killed animals. It is turned into leg warmers, hats, and all kinds of other fur products. Petite Mort Furs even labels where and when the animals were found. Not a bad idea for a quick profit with prices anywhere from $800-$2000 for a product.