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Charles Algernon Parsons' Gramophone Horn
Horn attachment

Origin

Charles Algernon Parsons

Type

Gramophone Horn

Effects

When blown through, the horn amplifies sound to super sonic levels.

Downsides

Effects.

Activation

Plowing air or talking into the horn.

Collected by

C. Lynn and A. Nielsen

Section

Harmon-28V

Aisle

62424-15357930

Shelf

903782-92729-82512

Date of Collection

October 5th, 1982

[Source]


OriginEdit

Originally taken from Parson's own gramophone, from his home in Kirkwhelpingon. Charles A. Parsons was an Anglo-Irish engineer who is best known for his invention of the compound steam turbine, along with the Auxetophone which was the first gramophone to use compressed air to amplify sound.

UsageEdit

When air or sound is forced through the horn it will amplify the sounds to super sonic levels, which can also produce a blast of focused air which can knock down buildings and do even more damage.

CollectionEdit

It was collected after several small business' stores in Columbus, Ohio were being knocked over by a sudden burst of wind and a loud audible scream. Agents, Cedric Lynn and Arthur Nielsen were sent down to investigated and collect a potential artifact.

After tracking down the artifact, agent Cedric Lynn was caught in the crossfire of the horn while pushing fellow agent Arthur Nielsen out of the way.

The artifact is now housed in the Warehouse.

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