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John Malcolm's Skin Wallet
31068149 1 l

Origin

John Malcolm

Type

Wallet made of Human Skin

Effects

Covers victim's body in tar and causes them to painfully grown feathers

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Arrogant or cruel behavior towards holder

Collected by

Unknown Warehouse 12 Agent

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-02A

Shelf

01925-1774-342

Date of Collection

September 8th, 1789

[Source]


OriginEdit

John Malcolm was a loyalist during the Revolutionary War. He was famously tarred and feathered for his assault of a young boy and the man whom attempted to stop him. He was tarred, feathered, and threatened with hanging until he apologized.

UsageEdit

It was suspected that John Malcom's body was desecrated shortly after his death in 1788. His skin was used to make the wallet. Surprisingly it carried with it Malcom's curse for attracting scorn and pain for cruel behavior.

When those that hold the wallet are treated cruelly, the skin of their abuser will be covered in thick, hot tar. After it cools, feathers will begin to painfully emerge from the tarred skin. There is no way to wipe off the tar unless the artifact is neutralized. The only way to stop the advance of the feathers is to neutralize the wallet, but only an apology will undo the damage. Once an apology has been given, the tar and feathers will just flake off.

CollectionEdit

Warehouse 12 agents collected the artifact after a store clerk was abused by an aristocrat.

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