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Flat Top Little General Store Gas Sign
Sign general store

Origin

Flat Top Little General Store

Type

Gas Advertisement Sign

Effects

Attracts propane

Downsides

Ignites on contact

Activation

Constant

Collected by

Agents Bering and Lattimer

Section

Isolation Chamber

Aisle

96425-2348

Shelf

008662-4197-452

Date of Collection

2009

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OriginsEdit

On Janruary 31, 2007, the Flat Top Little General Store in West Virginia exploded violently, killing four people and injuring five others. The explosion was caused by a propane gas leak that seeped into the main store and ignited. The force of the explosion was enough to shatter windows a mile away, and toppled a fire truck near the scene.

EffectsEdit

The gas sign was one of the few scaps of debris that survived the explosion almost unscathed. Whenever propane is in the vicinity, up to a mile away, it will be drawn to the sign. As soon as contact it made, the propane will ignite, exploding with a great amound of force. The sign seems to be resistant to the damage, and remains intact.

Storage and HandlingEdit

Stored within its very own isolation chamber due to its violently volatile actions, which cannot be easily contained or reverted once activated.

Neutralizer gloves are mandatory. Make sure no artifacts which contain or release propane are ever moved within one mile of this artifact's presence to prevent accidental activation.

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