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James Hall III’s Shopping Bags
Plastic-bag

Origin

James Hall III

Type

Shopping Bags

Effects

Masks all physical properties of anything in the bag

Downsides

User will indirectly flaunt any scandalous acts

Activation

Placing something in the bag

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Pinkerton-435K

Aisle

43829-2764

Shelf

57622-4409-672

Date of Collection

July 12, 1994

[Source]


OriginEdit

James Hall III is a former US army analyst that sold code secrets to East Germany and the Soviet Union from 1983 to 1988. With access to classified secrets, he smuggled out documents in plastic bags and later photocopied them for his handlers. He was stationed in New Jersey and gave conflicting background reports and drove a new Volvo, which his superior was unable to afford. Flaunting his excessive wealth brought federal attention, resulting in a dishonorable discharge and forty years in prison. His intelligence breach was one of the more damaging during the Cold War.

EffectsEdit

The bags hide all physical properties of anything in it. The user won’t be able to see, hear or smell anything from it. The object’s true shape is distorted, the bag feels extremely light and no unusual images are produced on scanners. The user however will find a way to unintentionally reveal any misdeeds they have committed.

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