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Andy the Clown’s Costume
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Origin

Andy the Clown

Type

Costume

Effects

Delights children and crowds

Downsides

The wearer will develop constant ulcers. Those affected will become angry when the wearer suffers any injustice or pain

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Olympia-776BC

Aisle

448013-5691

Shelf

74817-3316-295

Date of Collection

August 13, 2012

[Source]


OriginEdit

Andrew Rozdilsky, Jr., better known as Andy the Clown, was a Chicago citizen who unofficially but regularly performed for the Chicago White Sox for 30 years. He performed at home games wearing a bowler hat, black-rimmed glasses and polka-dotted costume with a ruffled collar and frequently cheered out an elongated "Go you White Sox!” His most distinctive feature was his large red nose, which lit whenever he shook a child’s hand. He would arrive even when ill, coming to a game one hour after he was released from the hospital due to bleeding ulcers.

When management started to faze him out and replace him with new mascots, fans bitterly rejected them. However, Andy stopped being the unofficial mascot and would only occasionally attend games, always out of costume.

EffectsEdit

When worn, it allows the user to delight children and large crowds with ease. The nose will sporadically glow a dim orange when active. However, the wearer will suffer from constant ulcers while fans of the wearer will become easily angered when they see the user being injured whether physical or emotional.

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