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Charlotte Corday's Hairbrush
Hair brush 2

Origin

Charlotte Corday

Type

Hairbrush

Effects

Keeps a decapitated head alive

Downsides

Causes consistent pain for the user

Activation

Brushing

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Ralston-127D

Aisle

229605-4734

Shelf

483126-7210-514

Date of Collection

December 3, 1855

[Source]


OriginEdit

Charlotte Corday was an important figure in the French Revolution, as she assassinated journalist and Jacobin leader Jean-Paul Marat in his bathtub, a key member in radicalizing the movement. Specifically, Marat purged Paris of the Girondins Corday sympathized with and brought many to execution. Marat’s murder instantly turned him into a martyr, while Corday was sentenced to execution four days later by guillotine. Rumors said the executioner and carpenter both witnessed the look of shock and movement upon Corday’s face, supporting the then-held belief of consciousness after separation.

EffectsEdit

Allows a decapitated head to stay alive if brushed constantly. The head will constantly look around, open its mouth and sometimes cringe its nose like an itch has just occurred. The activator will periodically feel piercing pain within their chest, around the areas Marat was stabbed. It was accidentally dropped in Jean-Paul Marat's Bathtub and started to give off sparks and cause trouble with the other artifacts.

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