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Cotton Swab from the Phantom of Heilbronn
Swab

Origin

Germany

Type

Cotton Swab

Effects

Taints procedural evidence

Downsides

Nudges criminal behavior

Activation

Contact

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Alcatraz-3563

Aisle

380922-4806

Shelf

584316-9458-806

Date of Collection

March 23, 2019

[Source]


OriginEdit

The Phantom of Heilbronn was presumed to be a serial killer prowling Europe. Police units in Austria, France and Germany found the same DNA signature at wholly different crime scenes over 16 years. And then a breakthrough came in March 2009. The cotton swabs used to dab for evidence? Held trace amounts of a female factory worker’s DNA, all used by departments with sightings of the phantom.

EffectsEdit

Disturbs evidence used for criminal and legal investigations. Often contaminates them with misleading data such as making fingerprints of a random participant more prominent over the actual perpetrator. Affected objects radiate a slightly negative energy around them to influence illegal acts. Addicts seem extremely susceptible and may violently attack to gain something they desire.

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