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Albert Tirrell’s Razor
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Origin

Albert Tirrell

Type

Razor

Effects

Places the user in a state where they "take care" of all their problems

Downsides

Can cause violent actions, user remembers nothing

Activation

Usage

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Morpheus-418H

Aisle

65028-3782

Shelf

38402-2411-597

Date of Collection

October 8, 1995

[Source]


OriginEdit

Albert Tirrell was tried for the murder of a prostitute by razor. His lawyer Rufus Choate used sleepwalking as a defense against the charges of murder and arson. This was the first time that sleepwalking was used as a successful defense.

EffectsEdit

The user will fall into a trancelike state similar to sleepwalking where they are in control of their body, but cannot hear others. During this time, they will try to take care of their worst problems plaguing them or their loved ones. The results are usually violent attacks or vandalism. Afterwards, the user will travel back to their original location and snap back to reality, remembering nothing of the trance.

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