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Elsie Wright’s Camera
Camera folding kodak

Origin

Elsie Wright

Type

Camera

Effects

Can see invisible things

Downsides

User may have uncontrollable giggling

Activation

Turning on

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Bickerstaff-561RA

Aisle

946878-2960

Shelf

271469-9352-729

Date of Collection

March 20, 1930

[Source]


OriginEdit

In 1917 Francis Griffiths spent some time with her niece Elsie Wright. Trying to prove that fairies exist, they took 5 photos of paper cutouts, posing them in such a manner that it looked as though they were talking to and playing with the fairies. “The Cottingley Fairies” as they are known became a hype and even Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (author of the Sherlock Holmes books) was a firm believer.

EffectsEdit

The camera was infused with the belief in the supernatural and unknown and is now able to capture images of unseen (invisible) things. The user will be unable to stop giggling like a little child until they stop using it.

After several incidents and break ins, Claudia rigged the camera into a security feed to look for anyone using the Honjo Masamune or any other invisibility artifact.

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