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Fireman's Helmet from Chicago, South Side Fire
880KS-CHICAGO-2

Origin

2013 Chicago, South Side fire

Type

Fireman's Helmet

Effects

Freezes user in a thick layer of ice

Downsides

User begins to burn with the heat of the fire, inevitably ending in their death

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Anonymous Warehouse 13 agent

Section

Trap Aisle

Aisle

46657-755

Shelf

37483-5743-578

Date of Collection

12/31/2014 2:23 PM

[Source]


Origin Edit

The Chicago, South Side fire was the worst fire that part of Chicago had seen in 60 years. By the time the firemen had gotten there, the flames were huge. It was in the middle of winter and it was freezing cold, when the firemen tried to douse the flame, the water froze on contact with the building. A fireman's clothes (helmet, jacket, pants, etc.) were covered in water, freezing on contact.

Effects Edit

The helmet, when worn, covers the user in a thick layer of ice. Prolonged exposure to this artifact causes the user to burn up inside the casing of ice.

Collection Edit

Collected by an unknown agent of Warehouse 13.

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