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Helen Keller’s Pencil
Pencil

Origin

Helen Keller

Type

Pencil

Effects

Person can telepathically communicate with isolated and hard to reach groups.

Downsides

Person becomes temporarily deafblind.

Activation

Writing a person or group’s name.

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Academia Avenue

Aisle

Sullivan-W966

Shelf

23524-9068-982

Date of Collection

March 8, 1999

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OriginEdit

Helen Keller was known for being left deaf and blind from a childhood illness, being a great lecturer and her support of leftist causes. She was the teacher of Anne Sullivan, a girl who had near zero comprehension of language. But Helen broke through her isolation within a few months and Sullivan eventually understood more of the world, the two becoming lifelong companions.

EffectsEdit

When someone writes the name of a person or group, they can mentally communicate with them, allowing a flow of communication. The user turns deafblind for a short while after each use.

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