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James Allen's Memoir
Hic liber waltonis

Origin

James Allen

Type

Leather Memoir

Effects

User will try to redress their errors

Downsides

Causes tuberculosis and the skin to peel away

Activation

Reading

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

The Library

Aisle

623362-1527

Shelf

844271-6613-649

Date of Collection

November 13, 1917

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OriginEdit

James Allen was a thief during the 1870s. On one of his gunpoint held robberies, he fired his gun and the bullet ricocheted off of his victim John Finnow’s suspenders, sparing him. He was then taken to jail and reformed while suffering from tuberculosis. He composed a memoir while in custody, and on his deathbed, demanded the book be sent to Finnow. After his death, skin from his back was used to make the leather binding of the book.

EffectsEdit

This book causes the reader to amend for any wrongdoings and misdeeds they have done. It also causes them to succumb to tuberculosis and have their skin peel off their back.

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