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Beverly Hills Supper Club Cash Register
Cash register

Origin

Beverly Hills Supper Club

Type

Cash Register

Effects

Using makes a building’s structure more susceptible to massive fire

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Usage

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Nero-637H

Aisle

647374-4334

Shelf

223254-5758-365

Date of Collection

June 30, 1977

[Source]


OriginEdit

The Beverly Hills Supper Club was located in Southgate, Kentucky and experienced the third biggest nightclub fire in US history, claiming 165 lives and injuring over 200 during a Memorial Day weekend. Many elements were present to make the structure a waiting kindling pile. The rooms were arranged to be elaborate and lead into narrow corridors instead of fire exits, which the club had too few of. The interior used a large amount of wooden supports for structure and was filled with carpets, curtains and other combustible materials. No sprinkler system or audible fire alarms were present, the electrical wiring was sloppy and the club was overcrowded past maximum capacity.

EffectsEdit

Will make any building its inside more vulnerable to possible fires. Structural supports and walls will transform from stone and metal into wood and plastic composites. Objects that can block escape or ignite easily will suddenly appear without origin. Safety systems will malfunction or stop working all together, while heat and electrical sources will become dangerously erratic.

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