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Cymbal-Banging Monkey
Cymbal-Banging Monkey

Origin

Unknown

Type

Toy

Effects

When the cymbals clap a nearby animal dies

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Always active

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Milton-2R14L5Y

Aisle

164361-281

Shelf

4002-1285-999

Date of Collection

1981

[Source]


OriginEdit

It's unknown where this certain toy came from originally but luckily the effects do not work on humans. It appeared inside of a Pet Shop just outside of Nahant, Massachusetts; the owners thought it was whimsical and put it up on display. The cymbals clapped at random times but normally when there was only one person in the store and later in the evening just before closing.

When tested all of the deceased animals had instantly had a heart attack and passed away no matter how well it had been prior to this. Considering that the deaths of their animals occurred after they got the toy they went to Nahant Bay and threw it into the lake. Monday the paper's headline mentioned that every fish in the lake had died of unknown causes, which drew Warehouse agents to look into it and retrieve the monkey.

EffectsEdit

When the cymbals clap a nearby animal dies. Occurs at random times, but never harms people no matter their proximity.

StorageEdit

Currently there's a string holding the cymbals together to prevent it from clapping. Several agents have requested tighter restrictions such as removing the cymbals, sticking it inside a cinderblock or just burning it inside the Fornax. The influx of pets and associated animals has forced Artie to seriously consider these options.

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