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James Holman’s Cane
6724032 1 l

Origin

James Holman

Type

Cane

Effects

Combines sight, hearing and spatial awareness into one sense

Downsides

Causes rheumatism and restlessness

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Colombus-1492PK

Aisle

44354-6848

Shelf

255956-3478-224

Date of Collection

February 5, 1895

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OriginEdit

James Holman was a British explorer who was completely blind and suffered from debilitating pain and limited mobility. He went through several journeys unprecedented in the extent of geography and use of human echolocation, including circumnavigating the world and visiting every inhabited continent. Holman was traveling to Russia when the czar sent him to Poland, fearing he was an industrial spy. He was able to observe many things happening around him in an era where the blind were impoverished and neglected.

EffectsEdit

When held, it meld the user’s senses of sight, hearing and spatial awareness into one sense. This usually causes one of the senses to appear nonexistent to others, while in fact it is still there. The user can detect changes in the environment faster and more accurately than a regular person. It is known to cause rheumatism and restlessness in the user, causing them to move about and not stay in one place for long.

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