Late Tuesday night, Silk Road, known as the eBay of drugs, was taken down by the FBI, ending a two-year run as the go-to place for illegal goods in the darkest corner of the Internet. Seriously, Silk Road had more than 10,000 listings of illicit drugs—and out of them all, marijuana was the most popular. The site was the brainchild of 29-year-old Ross Ulbricht, a.k.a. "Dread Pirate Roberts," an unsuspecting guy who now faces one count each of narcotics trafficking conspiracy, computer hacking conspiracy, and money laundering conspiracy. Wondering why you never heard of the site? That's because it's located in a dark area of the Internet called Deep Web, which has things that normally wouldn't come up in a Google search. You were only able to access Silk Road by using the Tor Network, a system that blocks people from viewing what you're doing online and fights against organizations that analyze traffic.

So, what was available in Silk Road's marketplace? There's a lot more than just marijuana. Here are 15 Things You Could Have Purchased on Silk Road

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