Grover Davis' Necklace


Grover Davis




Allows wearers to "die" while their life is in danger until the danger passes.


Permanent hearing impairments


Wearing in a life-threatening situation


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A protection artifact created from a tragic situation.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Grover Davis was one of the few survivors of the Jonestown Massacre in 1978, in which 909 people of the People's Temple group led by Jim Jones were either murdered or committed suicide. Davis, who was hearing impaired, had missed the final announcement to gather in the pavilion. When he realized what was happening, he laid down in a ditch and pretended to be dead, staying so until he felt it was safe to move.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When a user wears the Necklace, the artifact will only activate when the user's life is in serious danger. It gives the user a "feeling", allowing them to reach a spot of security and pretend they are dead. The artifact causes the user to "die", so that anyone who checks them would assume they are dead. Once the danger has past, the artifact revives the wearer, allowing them to leave the area safely. However, the protection costs the user their ability to hear well, and they will experience hearing impediments until their death.

Status[edit | edit source]

This artifact is currently uncollected. It's last known location was in the country of Guyana, where it was passed off to an unknown local by Mr. Davis.

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