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Jingle Harness
Harness

Origin

Eskimos/Saint Nicholas

Type

Red harness with jingle bells

Effects

Lets anything it’s attached to fly

Downsides

The person must want to be charitable and kind for it to work

Activation

Attaching to a animal or vehicle

Collected by

ToaCodyNuva

Section

Aisle of Noel

Aisle

64840-7273

Shelf

86044-3215-973

Date of Collection

March 14, 1936

[Source]


OriginsEdit

The harness was of Eskimo origin and had been imbued with the sense of flying they often felt when riding in their sleighs after the traditional consumption of mushrooms. It mysteriously was obtained by Saint Nicolas, who placed it on the mule he rode as he dispensed bags of coins among the townspeople at night.

EffectsEdit

The harness can grant whatever it’s strapped to and anything attached (animal or vehicle) the ability to fly, granted the person wishes to perform charitable acts. The bells themselves produce holiday tunes, but can only be heard by those who truly appreciate Christmas.

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