Bickering Halloween Statues
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"I really wish these artifacts would stop bickering with each other." / "Why not just separate them?" / "Trust me, it's worse when they're apart." - Agents Artie Neilson and Megan Wilcoxson




Halloween Props


Bicker constantly about trivial matters



Collected by

Arthur Nielson



Date of Collection

November 3, 1998


A pair of prop statues whose origins are linked to an elderly couple who enjoyed Halloween.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The statues absorbed the sentiments of their original owners and will bicker over trivial matters. If they overhear an argument, they will start bickering about that. Separation causes the statues to insult the person who separated them and will try to talk them into travelling to where their opposite is located.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Agent Nielson collected these artifacts from Elizabeth, Pennsylvania after the owners showed off the props to a local media station, where they constantly bickered about trivial matters. When the owners died a few days after Halloween, Artie came and collected the statues from their son, who was happy to be rid of them.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The statues behave normally on October 31, acting more like the props for Halloween they originally were and having much milder, almost friendly, discussions instead of arguments, which resume the next day.
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