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Charles Lindbergh Jr.’s Baby Rattle
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Origin

Kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh, Jr.

Type

Baby Rattle

Effects

Sensory deprivation and paralyzing fear

Downsides

Increasing head trauma which can cause death if held on to for too long

Activation

Proximity/Touch

Collected by

PeterMess

Section

Phobia-286F

Aisle

684063-87916

Shelf

520098-58457-6214

Date of Collection

December 17, 1997

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OriginsEdit

This ornate rattle belonged to 20-month-old toddler Charles Lindbergh Jr., also known as the ‘Lindbergh Baby’. Lindbergh was kidnapped on March 1st 1932 and was found deceased over 2 months later. The Lindbergh Kidnapping was highly publicized due to the fame of his father, aviator Col. Charles Lindbergh.

EffectsEdit

The rattle induces sensory deprivation and paralyzing fear when held. Holding on to the rattle will cause increasing head trauma until death if held on to for too long. Soft cries can be heard emanating from the rattle.

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