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Brian G. Hughes Umbrella
Fancy umbrella

Origin

Brian G. Hughes

Type

Umbrella

Effects

Grants limited self-autonomy and movement to objects

Downsides

Most attempt to ridicule spectators

Activation

Opening

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Thalia-171J

Aisle

384219-7580

Shelf

780852-8431-761

Date of Collection

March 23, 1986

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OriginEdit

Ah, good ole Brian G. Hughes, a fun-loving disciple of practical joes. It was his idea to strew a package of fake diamonds in front of Tiffany’s and watch in laughter as all the greedy witnesses scrambled to scoop them up. Other pranks involved selling tickets to fictional venues and donating worthless land to historical societies for the fun of it. He also had the habit of forgetting expensive umbrellas in public places. Whenever somebody thought they hit the jackpot, they would unwind the cord and release a banner reading “stolen from Brian G. Hughes".

EffectsEdit

Allows any article in the immediate area to gain control over its own actions, moving in a variety of zany ways. Self-control is an entirely different matter, as they usually just pester audiences with outrageous pranks to elicit laughs.

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