Duncan Campbell's Lodestone Collection
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The rest is silence” – Hamlet, Act V Scene II

Origin

Duncan Campbell

Type

Lodestone Collection

Effects

Recreates vocal patterns of the deceased, slight precognition

Downsides

Nullifies users own voice

Activation

Speaking after contact

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Aradia-027T

Aisle

392368-7814

Shelf

648749-1544-279

Date of Collection

April 6, 2015

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Duncan Campbell was a deaf man who acted as a soothsayer, prescribing fortunes in early 18th century London to the wealthy. Alongside his powers of prophecy, Campbell also peddled medicinal treatments, including lodestones, mystical powder and genie spirits.

Effects[edit | edit source]

A relatively small collection lodestones used to 'convey the souls of the dead' by duplicating a subject’s speech and vocal patterns. They were given the ability to produce spectral voices at the cost of the handlers’ voice. Also grants a slight degree of predictive ability, allowing them to see up to a few days in advance.

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