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Daniel Patrick Carroll's Sequin Dress
Danny La Rue in Cork

Origin

Daniel Patrick Carroll

Type

Sequin Dress

Effects

Forces men to take on a feminine appearance and body figure

Downsides

Effects can become permanent

Activation

Proximity to males

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Thalia-171J

Aisle

308449-8456

Shelf

179771-4166-893

Date of Collection

October 18, 2014

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OriginEdit

Daniel Patrick Carroll was an Irish-born British entertainer known for his singing and cross-dressing performances.

EffectsEdit

The effects of this peculiar artifact are more embarrassing than dangerous. This dress will attach itself to the nearest man and force itself onto his person. While doing so, it will also remove all male garments. The dress will then alter and distribute body fat and muscle give the wearer a more female appearance. The dress will also alter the wearer's hair and add makeup in an overly feminine manner.

The only way this dress can be removed is by having the wearer perform a public show of any variety. The longer it takes, the more at risk the wearer is of having the artifact's effects become permanent. This dress currently sealed up in a neutralizer infused dry cleaner bag.

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