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John Babbacombe Lee’s Trapdoor
Trap door display

Origin

John Babbacombe Lee

Type

Trapdoor

Effects

Causes guaranteed lethal events to become harmless

Downsides

Works only three times

Activation

Standing on/over

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Ralston-127D

Aisle

704675-3154

Shelf

609950-3658-611

Date of Collection

June 2, 2007

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OriginEdit

John Babbacombe Lee was a convicted thief who survived three separate hanging attempts. He was convicted of his employer’s murder, even though evidence such as being the only person present at the time, an unexplainable cut and his criminal record were at best circumstantial. Sentenced to hanging at Exeter Prison, each attempt failed as the trapdoor would constantly fail to release. These unusual circumstances led to the presiding judge to commute his sentence to life imprisonment, which he was later released from.

EffectsEdit

Causes life-threatening situations to become safe, allowing for the user’s continued survival. It seems to favor altering physical factors such as removing obstacles, damaging harmful objects or bringing in circumstantial aid. More unavoidable events will make the user stronger, allowing them to receive lesser injuries and recover faster. However, it can only manipulate events three times, after which it will never work on that person again.

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