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Dieter Dengler’s Restraints
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Origin

Dieter Dengler

Type

Cloth restraints

Effects

Materializes firearms, lets the user disappear into countryside

Downsides

Causes malnutrition

Activation

Being tied up in them

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Cooper-243R

Aisle

550636-2248

Shelf

170119-2567-8643

Date of Collection

June 17, 2014

[Source]


OriginEdit

Dieter Dengler was an American naval pilot whose plane was shot down over hostile Vietnam. Alongside Pisidhi Indradat, he was one of the only POWs to escape from the Pathet Lao prison camp in Laos and the first captured American airman to escape enemy captivity. During his escape, he was able to loosen his hand and foot restraints and used many of the guards’ unattended machine guns and rifles to forcibly leave. He spent 23 days in the wild and was extremely malnourished by the time he was rescued.

EffectsEdit

A set of cloth hand and foot restraints that are activated when a person is tied in them. Firearms, usually machine guns and rifles, manifest nearby with fully loaded cartridges; the ammunition is not limitless. The restraints, when kept with a person, allows them to disappear into the surrounding area’s landscape. Malnutrition and weakness start to set within a few days, no matter how much a person eats.

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