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Helen Gandy's Filing Cabinets
Helen Gandy's Filing Cabinets

Origin

Helen Gandy

Type

Filing Cabinets

Effects

Protects an owner’s possessions from intruders

Downsides

May sometimes mix up incriminating evidence with personal effects

Activation

Placing something inside

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Pinkerton-435K

Aisle

76216-6856

Shelf

14385-4644-328

Date of Collection

May 27, 1984

[Source]


OriginEdit

Helen Gandy as the secretary to Federal Bureau of Investigation director J. Edgar Hoover for 54 years. Hoover called her "indispensable" and she exercised great behind-the-scenes influence on Hoover and the workings of the Bureau. Following Hoover's death in 1972, she spent weeks destroying his "Personal File," thought to be where the most incriminating material he used to manipulate and control the most powerful figures in Washington was kept.

EffectsEdit

Protects and hides items, especially papers, until they wanted by the owner of the cabinets. Anyone else opening the cabinets will find nothing, or a jumble of junk documents. The user will sometimes find incriminating documents and other evidence mixed up with their personal effects.

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