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Elizabeth Short's Dahlia
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Origin

Elizabeth Short “The Black Dahlia”

Type

Dahlia flower

Effects

Mutilation similar to Elizabeth Short’s

Downsides

Effects. Person experiences immense pain and ultimately death

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Vlad-768R

Aisle

197062-3786

Shelf

34296-2584-728

Date of Collection

CLASSIFIED

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OriginEdit

"The Black Dahlia" was a nickname given to Elizabeth Short, an American woman who was the victim of a gruesome and much-publicized murder. Short acquired the moniker posthumously by newspapers in the habit of nicknaming crimes they found particularly lurid. Short was found mutilated on January 15, 1947, in Los Angeles, California. Short's murder is one of the oldest unsolved murder cases in Los Angeles history.

EffectsEdit

When touched, the flower causes the wearer to slowly take on the properties of Short's mutilated corpse, feeling the pain associated with every injury, yet kept alive until the transformation is complete. The dahlia will slowly turn black as the effects progress and only has to be touched once for the effects to kick in. If caught in the act of changing color the effects stop, seemingly to avoid anyone finding the "killer", much like the original crime.

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