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Henry Work's Grandfather Clock

Origin

Henry Clay Work, 1876

Type

Grandfather clock

Effects

Nostalgia inducement

Downsides

Causes death if it winds down

Activation

Humming "My Grandfather's Clock"

Collected by

Warehouse 12 Agents

Section

Music Corner

Date of Collection

July 17, 1900

[Source]


Introduction Edit

Henry Clay Work, the writer of "Marching Through Georgia", also wrote the song, "My Grandfather's Clock". This clock is said to be the original inspiration for his song, since it belonged to his Grandfather.

Effects Edit

If someone hums "My Grandfather's Clock", they will have visions of nostalgia, and relive their best memories. The memories in particular involve that person's relatives, and the only way to stop it is if they stop humming the song. If the clock ever stops, then anyone who stands in front of it will die, so it constantly needs to be rewound.

Trivia Edit

  • This artifact was seen on Leena's list in the Warehouse 13 episode "Parks and Rehabilitation".
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