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Harold Shipman's Bonesaw
Harold Shipman's Bonesaw

Origin

Harold Shipman

Type

Bonesaw

Effects

Causes strange deaths

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Cutting against the skin

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Vlad-768R

Aisle

194883-6677

Shelf

907156-9656-890

Date of Collection

July 19, 2012

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OriginEdit

Harold Shipman was a general practitioner and serial killer found guilty of 15 murders, but confirmed to be responsible for at least 218 after his conviction. The majority of his victims were women who were killed by intentional prescription overdosing. He was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2000 and the judge recommended that he never be released. His murders resulted in the restructuring of Britain’s legal system concerning medicine.

EffectsEdit

Being cut with the saw will not result in injury to the skin or other organs. Instead, the victim will die of a strange natural cause, such as old age during adolescence or lethal disease to a healthy person.

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