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Emma Smith's Gown
Emma Smith's Gown

Origin

Emma Smith's Murder

Type

Gown

Effects

Near death survival

Activation

Wearing while being attacked

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Alcatraz-3563

Aisle

Victim-4151

Shelf

42389-7261-496

Date of Collection

1890

[Source]


OriginEdit

Emma Elizabeth Smith (1843 - 1888) was a prostitute and suspected murder victim of Jack the Ripper. While working she was viciously assaulted by two or three men, one of whom was a teenager. Making her way to a lodge she was able to get help and rushed to the hospital where she survived for a few hours. Unable to describe her attackers she slipped into a coma a died. A later autopsy showed that not only was she beaten but a blunt object had been forcefully inserted into her causing the internal bleeding that eventually killed her. Smith's death was later listed as the first of eleven Whitechapel murders that were linked to Jack the Ripper.

EffectsEdit

Allows wearer to survive any attack but leaves wearer in critical condition. They may still die from the event if left untreated.

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