Black Cookie Jar
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Origin

Unknown

Type

Cookie Jar

Effects

Causes cavities. Eventually results in the loss of all teeth.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Eating

Collected by

Agents Arthur Neilson and Pete Lattimer

Section

Health/Disease/Medical Section

Aisle

01984-5783-823

Shelf

83823-9472-003

Date of Collection

April 29, 2014

[Source]


A solid black cookie jar of unknown origin.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The Cookie Jar is always filled with sugar cookies. However, anyone who eats the sugar cookies finds that their teeth all form cavities. The teeth slowly deteriorate until the victim(s) have no teeth left. The more cookies the victim eats, the faster the teeth deteriorate.

Collection[edit | edit source]

This artifact was snagged by Artie Neilson and Pete Lattimer in Boston, Massachusetts after several people went to the dentist about having many cavities on all of their teeth. They eventually found the Cookie Jar in a local café, where the owners were unknowingly giving out sugar cookies which were causing the victims' teeth to deteriorate. Pete accidentally ate a cookie from the Jar before Artie neutralized it, but Artie helped Pete keep his teeth.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Using the Dental Tools can reverse the effects of this artifact.
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