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Bill Kaysing's Feather
BillKaysingFeather

Origin

Bill Kaysing

Type

Feather

Effects

Alters the force of gravity

Downsides

See effects, changes can be erratic

Activation

When dropped

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Icarus-23W

Aisle

966660-8604

Shelf

418719-4233-743

Date of Collection

01/27/1972

[Source]


OriginEdit

At the end of the last Apollo 15 moon walk, Commander David Scott held up a hammer and a feather, two objects of vast weight differences, then dropped them showing that they both fell at the same speed showing the lack of gravity on the moon. William Charles Kaysing (1922 - 2005) believed that NASA didn't have the expertise or means to put a man on the moon. One of the experiments that he preformed was showing people that the Hammer and Feather experiment listed above could be done here on earth. Using a specific falcon feather he was able to show some proof that the moon landing might have been faked. When he was put on trial for his accusations the feather went missing and since he was unable to recreate the event he was labeled insane and the case dismissed.

EffectsEdit

When dropped causes the gravity in a 6' x 6' are to drastically change, increasing and decreasing in strength at random times

CollectionEdit

Placed inside a simple Elm Box pacifies the feather for reasons unknown.

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