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Black Denim Trousers of the Terror of Highway 101
Denim pants

Origin

Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller

Type

Motorcycle Pants

Effects

Create a phantasmal motorbike

Downsides

Fatal accident

Activation

Wearing on an open highway

Collected by

Tyler Lepido
Blaine Biston

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

Roper-97D

Shelf

684005-2965-348

Date of Collection

May 17, 2015

[Source]


OriginEdit

"Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots", road song for motorcyclists and the broken hearted. "I've got a feeling if you ride tonight I'll grieve" Mary Lou recounts, but her beau ignores her to "hit a screamin' diesel that was California bound". A crash investigation turns up no evidence except for his ominously abandoned clothing - black denim trousers, jacket and boots.

The song strangely coincided around tragedy in real life. The original cover was released a week before the fatal car crash of acting heartthrob James Dean, unintentionally starting the trend of teenage tragedy songs in the 60s.

EffectsEdit

Create a phantasmal motorbike for the wearer to ride and increases the rider's sense for danger. Always attempts a collision with a passing diesel truck, resulting in the death of the riders.

CollectionEdit

Found terrorizing local highways in the English countryside until Agents Lepido and Biston promptly showed up. And almost got mauled on their immediate arrival. Tyler recognized the artifact's provenance from a prior musical retrieval and captured the artifact. After the obligatory chase sequence, of course.

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