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Linda Hazzard's Wardrobe
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Origin

Starvation Heights

Type

Wooden wardrobe

Effects

User may sustain him/herself from others

Downsides

The victims will slowly starve to death

Activation

Placing the possessions of others into the wardrobe

Collected by

Jack Secord and Rebecca St. Claire

Section

Telesphorus-474U

Date of Collection

January 20th, 1955

[Source]


OriginEdit

Linda Hazzard was a quack doctor who strongly believed in the "fasting method". She would deprive her patients of food, believing that somehow eating little to no food would remove the toxins in their systems. She constructed a sanitarium called Wilderness Heights. Over forty patients died in her care, leading the building to be called "Starvation Heights". She would later be tried for malpractice and lose her license. Starvation Heights burned down, and Hazzard would be released from jail early. She would later continue to prescribe the fasting method, leading to more deaths. She eventually died from starvation after attempting another fasting regiment herself.

EffectsEdit

Placing the possessions of others into the wardrobe will allow the user to live off of the energy/life of others. The user will feel healthy and full of energy. The victims, however, will slowly starve to death. After each victim has died the user must place new objects in the wardrobe to replace them. If no new victims are taken, the user will starve.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Jack and Rebecca after a string of burglaries lead to the victims being hospitalized for starvation. Jack and Rebecca were able to find the culprit and neutralize the wardrobe.

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