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This page is about the murderess Henrietta Robinson. For the article on the investor, see Hetty Green's Shawl.

Henrietta Robinson's Shawl
Veil chiffon

Origin

Henrietta Robinson

Type

Shawl

Effects

Obscures the face and all reproductions of it

Downsides

Increases murderous whims based on the littlest annoyances

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse

Section

Alcatraz-3563

Aisle

350314-9421-755

Shelf

293524-4816-482

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OriginEdit

Investigations of the time concluded Henrietta Robinson was merely an alias, as no creditable information could be found about her life story. The only confirmable facts were she frequently entered arguments, had a habit of drawing her pistol when agitated, had a running tab with the neighboring bar and was the last person to dine with the owners before they died of arsenic poisoning.

During the resulting trial, she rarely removed her veil, instead insisting on punishment rather than further inquiries. Found drunken and raucous, but not insane, her sentence of execution was later bumped down to prison time. Throughout her entire time on trial and afterwards in the asylum, she never admitted her identity to a soul.

EffectsEdit

The black veil belonging to the murderess as she stood on trial, her face hidden behind the veil the entire time.

Maintaining contact with the veil causes the user's face to be perceived as blurry, unnoticeable, or otherwise unable to be seen (this effect extends to reflective surfaces, photographs, and videos). Only those the user willingly chooses to see them are able to distinguish their face. Users will become easily infuriated by the slightest offense, real or imaginary, and can jump to murder at a moment's notice.

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