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H.G. Wells' Opera Glasses
Opera Glasses

Origin

Charles Wells

Type

Opera glasses

Effects

Invisibility revealer or invisibility of self

Downsides

Permanent invisibility of self if used too long

Activation

Looking through

Collected by

Samantha Brennan and Merle Vennuto

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

Wells-H90G7

Shelf

907.005

Date of Collection

September 12, 1963

[Source]


OriginEdit

Invented by Charles Wells, brother to Warehouse 12 Agent H.G. Wells, not long after he wrote "The Invisible Man".

EffectsEdit

When looking through the Glasses as they should be viewed, they allow the user to see anything invisible. However, looking through them in reverse causes the user to become invisible. This effect becomes permanent if the user stays invisible for more than five hours.

Collection and StorageEdit

Warehouse 13 Agents Samantha Brennan and Merle Vennuto were called to an Opera House in Massachusetts where women claimed they were being groped or raped by an invisible man. After Agent Brennan experienced groping, she managed to use her Tesla on the man, who dropped the Opera Glasses and returned to visibility.

Although the artifact did not belong directly to former Warehouse 12 Agent H.G. Wells, it was decided that the Opera Glasses would fit well in the area with all of her gadgets.

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