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John Dickson Carr’s Driving Gloves
John Dickson Carr’s Driving Gloves

Origin

John Dickson Carr

Type

Gloves

Effects

Wearer is able to go through walls.

Downsides

None

Activation

Worn

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Cooper-243R

Aisle

390-56293

Shelf

7417-28932-675

Date of Collection

1970

[Source]


OriginEdit

John Dickson Carr (1903 – 1977) was an American author of detective stories, most famous for writing several best selling locked room mysteries. These types of stories are about solving crimes taken place in locked from the inside rooms where at first glance the crime seems impossible to solve. An example of this is in the novel 'The Case of the Constant Suicides' (1941) where a man dies in a room at the top of a tower in a Scottish castle that is believed to be haunted. Other victims are discovered with no reason to kill themselves and proof that they were alone at the time of the murder. When asked what inspired him to create these amazing stories Carr admitted to taking out his Alvis Speed Twenty on a drive through the countryside in order clear his head and think.

EffectsEdit

Wearer is able to go through walls, both gloves must be worn. There is no effect active if only one is worn.

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