MIAMI (POP America) -- A lock of hair belonging to Che Guevara will be on the block next month as part of an auction featuring items from the late Cuban revolutionary. Gustavo Villoldo, a Miami exile who led the mission to capture Che in the jungles of Bolivia 40 years ago, claims to have a number of items that once belonged to Fidel Castro's right-hand man. Besides a strand of hair snipped minutes before the rebel leader was buried, Villoldo also says he has a set of Che's fingerprints taken just before burial and photographs of a dead, shirtless Che on display in a laundry room sink in Bolivia. The items will be auctioned off October 25th and 26th in Dallas. Villoldo is hoping the items will attract bids in excess of six figures.