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Anne Greene's Noose
Anne Greene's Noose

Origin

Anne Greene's Hanging

Type

Noose

Effects

When a person is hanged with this they won't die

Downsides

User will have a stiff neck for a week afterwards

Activation

Used

Collected by

Warehouse 12 Agents

Section

Aradia-027T

Aisle

416603-5946

Shelf

225836-7241-065

Date of Collection

1880

[Source]


OriginEdit

Anne Greene (1628 – 1665) was an English domestic servant who was accused of committing infanticide in 1650, due to her crime she was hung. Greene was brought into the household of Sir Thomas Reade as a scullery maid. She was raped by her master's grandson and gave birth to a child. Greene alleged, and later was confirmed with medical evidence, that the baby was a stillborn however she was still sentenced to death. After being hung and declared dead by the prison doctor her body was given to medical students for dissection and study. A day later as the students prepped her body they were amazed to discover that Greene was still breathing with a weak pulse. Rushing to her aid and using several techniques she recovered fully. Returning before the King her survival was declared an act of God and she was granted a full pardon.

EffectsEdit

When a person is hanged with this they won't die, it's uncomfortable but not lethal. For a week after the hanging the user will have a stiff neck that wont go away.

CollectionEdit

Inspiration for the Twilight Zone Episode [Execution] Season 1/ Episode 26. As seen here: Twilight Zone Artifacts

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