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Femur Bone
Golden Gate Bridge Femur

Origin

Unknown Worker from the Golden Gate Bridge construction

Type

Bone

Effects

Teleportation to Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA

Downsides

Arriving at the base the user will vomit or feel a sense of such loss that they cry for two hours afterwards.

Activation

Held

Collected by

Agent Jacob Torres

Section

Mov-2612

Aisle

953378-1296

Shelf

378429-76514-366

Date of Collection

07/2003

[Source]


OriginEdit

In the 1930s construction on such massive projects like the Golden Gate Bridge was considered to be one fatality for every one million in costs. That meant that by those standards, the construction safety record of the thirty five million it cost to build the Golden Gate Bridge was impressive as only eleven construction workers died. Wishing to make this the largest built in the world with safety in mind it was the first construction site in America that required workers to wear hard hats and a net suspended under the bridge deck. The net saved the lives of nineteen workers until 1937 when a five ton platform fell from the bridge through the safety net. The final fatality occurred when laying the concrete for the base as a worker fell forward into the wet cement drowning in it. The unknown worked was mourned however since he didn't have a family they continued construction leaving the man encased in the base. Since the man's leg was sticking out they were forced to remove it.

EffectsEdit

Holding the bone with both hands will teleport the holder to the Golden Gate Bridge onto the base where the rest of the body is said to be at rest. Arriving at the base the user will vomit or feel a sense of such loss that they cry for two hours afterwards.

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