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Emilio Carranza's Telegram
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Origin

Emilio Carranza

Type

Telegram

Effects

Causes planes to fall apart

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Being within 10 feet of an aircraft

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

D1545-T3R

Aisle

06533-592

Shelf

26591-3856-110

Date of Collection

July 15, 1928

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OriginsEdit

Emilio Carranza was a Mexican aviator named the "Lindbergh of Mexico". His plane crashed on a flight from Mexico City to New York City, retracing the trek in reverse Charles Lindbergh made a year before him.

EffectsEdit

When within ten feet of any aircraft, whether in flight or grounded, it causes the plane to fall apart. This can range from screws falling out, instrument failure or complete structural collapse. For this reason, it is never allowed to be anywhere near the Warehouse Hangar.

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