Bill Clinton's Saxophone
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William "Bill" Clinton




Attracts and seduces secretaries when played.


May lead to player committing adultery unwillingly if played for long periods of time.


Playing saxophone

Collected by

Arthur Neilson



Date of Collection



Origin[edit | edit source]

This is the saxophone owned and played by President Bill Clinton when he was in the White House. He was fond of playing it in his spare time, and the sound of it was very pleasing to his secretary. The music led to his scandal and resulted in the creation of this artifact.

It is mentioned in the tie-in novel, "A Touch of Fever".

Effects[edit | edit source]

Playing the saxophone attracts all secretaries who hear the sound to the player. They end up falling in love with the player, whether they are married or not. The player may end up committing adultery if he or she continues to play it for long periods of time, willing or not; it seems that the artifact is willing to possess the player using it if it wishes. Neutralizing the Saxophone reverses the effects on both people.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Artie collected the Saxophone in 1999. Mrs. Frederic went to Bill Clinton after the scandal to make sure that no artifact was created as a result of it. When she found the Saxophone, she alerted Artie, who went to the White House and collected it. To make sure no one got suspicious that one of the President's musical instruments just disappeared, Artie replaced it with an exact duplicate of the saxophone.

Real World Connection[edit | edit source]

Bill Clinton (1946-present) was the 42nd President of the United States of America (1993-2001). His presidency was full of scandals, especially involving past lovers. He was the second president to be impeached by the House of Representatives, but the charges were dropped by the Senate and he was voted not guilty. Despite this, Clinton left office with a 66% approval rating by Gallup.

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