After buying the smoker last Tuesday, Mr Whisnant looked inside and found a man's leg wrapped in a wire screen.If he made money charging people to look at the empty smoker, what does he need the leg for?
He initially gave the leg to the police, who concluded it had not been removed as a result of a crime and sent it to a funeral home until Mr Wood could pick it up.
But after making money by charging adults $3 (£1.47) and children $1 (49p) to look inside the empty smoker, Mr Whisnant asked for it back.
His request was refused by the funeral home, so he decided to try to persuade Mr Wood to share custody and profits.
"I told him I'd share custody of it..." Mr Whisnant said.
"It's a strange incident and Halloween's just around the corner. The price will go up if I get the leg."
Oct 2, 2007
Who gets custody of the leg?
The man who found the amputated limb in a smoker he bought at auction last week wants to keep the leg. The guy whose leg it was originally wants it back.