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Herschell Gordon Lewis' Jar of Fake Blood
Bloody

Origin

Herschell Gordon Lewis

Type

Jar of Fake Blood

Effects

Pouring fake blood on a person allows them to make fake extreme wounds that wear off once washed.

Downsides

If the blood dries, the effects permanently set in.

Activation

Pouring on skin.

Collected by

Unknown Warehouse 13 Agent

Section

Aradia-027T

Aisle

567-6543

Shelf

35-0529-59827221

Date of Collection

June 15th, 1984

[Source]


OriginEdit

Herschell is an American filmmaker, best known for creating the "splatter" sub-genre of horror films. His film, Blood Feast, was the first movie to show on-screen gore. Alot of fake blood was used in the movie as the evil cater Fuad Ramses would chop up his victims for a feast to resurrect the Egyptian god, Ishtar. One jar was left over from the pioneering movie and was imbued with what it would have done, if it was ever used.

EffectsEdit

When rubbed, poured or splattered across someones skin, the blood creates fake wounds that look real and if touched, feel real. It is recommended not to let it dry or the effects become permanent and irreversible. It is noted that the jar will never run out of fake blood and is never to be tipped over without the lid to the jar.

CollectionEdit

It was collected in 1984 by a undocumented agent.

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