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Harry Houdini's Skeleton Key
Harry Houdini's Skeleton Key2
Harry Houdini Lock and Key From Newgate Prison Cell

Origin

Harry Houdini

Type

Skeleton Key

Effects

Invisibility of the key

Downsides

Can be easily activated and deactivated

Activation

Various factors, including touch and electricity

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Houdin-39G

Aisle

311825-4625

Shelf

160636-7242-836

Date of Collection

April 17, 1932

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OriginEdit

Harry Houdini is the most famous magician in history, renowned for his feats of escape from seemingly inescapable handcuffs, straightjackets, water chambers and coffins.

EffectsEdit

A rather large, golden skeleton key that once belong to Harry Houdini and may have been used in his acts. The key distorts the light and space around it in order to become invisible to all forms of detection (but only the key itself, not the person holding it).

As with all artifacts, however, the key's properties are increased greatly if it comes into contact with electricity. If the key is electrified, then its distortion range will grow large enough to engulf its holder, effectively making them invisible. However, this requires a constant source of electricity in order to last long. The key is activated by various forms of stimuli, and deactivated in a similar manner. The artifact was lost somewhere in the warehouse for many years, until Trailer was able to find it, thinking it was a bone.

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