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James Bert Garner’s Gas Mask
US WWI Gas mask with bag

Origin

James Bert Garner

Type

Gas Mask

Effects

Cleanses toxins from the body

Downsides

Locks all of a room’s doors

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-03A

Shelf

494462-8375-948

Date of Collection

January 12, 1949

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OriginEdit

James Bert Garner was a chemical engineer who invented a gas mask for Allied use during WWI. After reading descriptions of a gas attack, he performed tests with activated charcoal to see if the particles would stick to each other. He tested his theory by having two colleagues with masks locked in a room with gas pumped in. The masks were successful and they were mass produced for British and American soldiers.

EffectsEdit

The mask will cleanse the user of all toxins in their body. The user will feel a tightening, almost pinching sensation around their neck. Their muscles will contract and will collect anything unhealthy in the body, from poisonous substances to medication overdoses and fast food grease. The matter will be atomized into an aerosol like spray that is expelled from the mouth. During use, all the doors within the room will lock themselves until all toxins have been removed.

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