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Jane Bartholomew's "Lady Columbia" Torch
LadyColumbiaTorch

Origin

Columbia Pictures

Type

Torch

Effects

Flash causes affected person to have temporary amnesia, lose about 15 minutes of time.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Holding with feelings of negative emotions.

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agent Jacob Torres

Section

Lethe-582V

Aisle

65839-20393

Shelf

75632-0193-222

Date of Collection

1920s/ Recollected 2005

[Source]



OriginEdit

The name Jane Bartholomew is one you'd never find in any history book as she is one of the most famous icons without a name. Hundreds of bright eyed hopefuls came to audition for the role. Jane was chosen and stood painfully frozen for pictures and paintings of the newly dubbed icon, 'Lady Columbia'. After being paid five hundred dollars, Jane fearfully discovered that she was not allowed to list this role in her resume as per the contract she hastily signed. In her anger she stole the torch she had held during the photo shoots.

EffectsEdit

The anger that Jane felt was transferred into the torch and when focused the light flashes brilliantly. Normal sunglasses block the effect but whoever isn't shielded will lose fifteen minutes of time with no way to get it back. Jane figured that if she couldn't be remembered no one else should.

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