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Alphonse Bertillon's Shaving Mirror
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Origin

Alphonse Bertillon

Type

Vanity shaving mirror

Effects

Creates a corporeal copy of those it reflects.

Downsides

Copy shows no physical signs of life (breathing, heartbeat, etc.)

Activation

Reflecting someone's face

Collected by

Drake Hosfelt and Garrett Scott

Section

Alcatraz-3563

Aisle

Ness-1252

Shelf

TBA

Date of Collection

TBA

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OriginEdit

Alphonse Bertillon was a French police officer and biometrics researcher who applied anthropometry in law enforcement to create an identification system based on physical measurements. He is also known for having been the inventor of the mugshot.

EffectsEdit

When one's face is reflected in the mirror, a corporeal duplicate of that person is created. This clone retains all mental traits of the original, including personality and memories, and effectively acts as a continual extension of that individual. However, this clone shows no physical signs of life such as respiration or heartbeat.

CollectionEdit

This artifact was collected by Drake Hosfelt and Garrett Scott from a couple using Anna Pavlova's Swan-Feather Fan to get ahead in a dance competition.

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