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George Romero's Flashlight
Flashlight

Origin

George Romero

Type

Flashlight

Effects

Whenever the light is shinned on any grave or corpse, the dead body comes to life.

Downsides

The affected become stereotypical zombies and cannot be controlled.

Activation

Shining the light

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Noosphere-28N

Aisle

Romero-637B

Shelf

481092-8185-438

Date of Collection

5-28-11

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OriginsEdit

George Romero is credited with the creation of the modern day zombie when he directed the film Night of the Living Dead. This flashlight he owned absorbed the subject of his greatest work and as a result turns corpses into zombies.

CollectionEdit

A mixture of bad luck and unfortunate timing brought this artifact to light. During a power outage at a Tulsa morgue, one of the workers pick up this artifact and used it to look around, not knowing what it would do. That horrific night, there were a total of 36 zombies in the morgue eating those unfortunate enough to be there, until Warehouse agents came and neutralized the flashlight, stopping all the zombies.

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