Absorbent Photo Album and Camera
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Photo Album and Camera


Any picture taken by the camera is sucked into the film; it can be released if put in the photo album


Overuse will cause a coma


Taking a picture

Collected by

Warehouse 13


Trap Aisle





Date of Collection

December 14, 2002


Origin[edit | edit source]

In 1977, a family went on a family road trip across the United States, with the intention of capturing every single moment on their Polaroid, self-developing camera. Unfortunately, not a moment after they left their town the car swerved and hit a power line, totaling the car and putting the youngest son in a coma that lasted for several months. The rest of the family, two of whom has been narrowly rescued from critical condition, stayed by the boy's bedside every night until he woke up. The camera and its intended photo album were also situated in that room, and absorbed the fear, pain, and hope that the accident caused.

Effects[edit | edit source]

A bifurcated artifact, whatever the camera takes a picture of is absorbed into the film and disappears from existence, unless the picture is placed in the photo album, which then releases the subject from the picture back to where it was. Too much usage by a person will echo the boy's fate of being subject to a coma.

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