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Amasa Coleman Lee's Porch Swing
ACLPorchSwing

Origin

Amasa Coleman Lee and Frances Cunningham nee Finch

Type

Porch Swing

Effects

Allows the seated person to see all the racism in the world

Downsides

Seeing the truth could lead to a deep depression after seeing that true side of the world

Activation

Sitting on it

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Chaplin-453

Aisle

59964-7500

Date of Collection

05/1967

[Source]


OriginEdit

Amasa Coleman Lee (1880 - 1962) was an American politician, lawyer and father of Harper Lee of 'To Kill a Mockingbird' fame. It is often said that the character of Atticus Finch was based off him. Before Lee became a title lawyer his biggest defense case was one where he defended two black men accused of murdering a white storekeeper. After he retired in 1942 he built the house that stayed in the family and most nights Lee would sit on the front porch swing staring off at the land before him.

EffectsEdit

While sitting on the porch and staring into the distance an screen appears before their eyes as the entire history of racism plays out in front of you. No one else sees this screen except those sitting on the swing.

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