The reward is coming from a millionaire! But you already knew that.

They're nice shoes, but are they $1 million nice? (via Getty)

Back in August 2005, the famous ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz were stolen from a museum in Minnesota. As we approach the ten year anniversary of this theft, an anonymous rich person/huge Judy Garland fan from Arizona is willing to pay $1 million for information leading to the recovery of this precious footwear.

Sometimes I forget that if you're rich you can still use you money for whatever you want. Sure, finding a pair of shoes is a strange use of a million dollars, but I bet millionaires would think it's weird how much money I spend on pizza and sour gummy worms. So let's call it a draw.

I'll just leave this clip here in case you wanted to see the ruby slippers up close:


Sources: AP