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Lottery Ticket, Circa 1950s

Origin

1954 Lottery Draw

Type

Lottery Ticket

Effects

Owner experiences very elaborate unfortunate events that leave with nothing.

Downsides

Causes a random person to gain immense fortune.

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Jane Holson

Section

Cheque-832J

Aisle

3984891-29238128

Shelf

398480292-2932931-32239492

Date of Collection

Around 1966

[Source]


OriginEdit

Bought by a man named, Arthur Dixon on December 24th, 1954 in the city of Dallas, Texas. This seemingly untethered lotto ticket was imbued with the power to cause very unfornate events for others.

On the night before Christmas, a Texan business man who worked in housing development walked into the general store, John Meadowcrest General Store owned by John Meadowcrest to purchase a pack of cigarettes and a lotto ticket. After buying the items, Arthur soon figured out that his ticket was a winner and immediately started to gloat, waving the ticket in front of a homeless man. Running out to his car, he was suddenly hit by a oncoming truck and broke every bone in his body. The ticket flew out of his hand and landed on the homeless man which he quickly cashed in.

The medical bills for his injuries were ecstatic, making him have to sell everything he owned and losing his job. Leaving him with nothing, but the homeless man used the money to clean himself up and get a good paying job. Arthur's old job.

EffectsEdit

The ticket causes the owner to experience immense unfortunate events that leave the owner with nothing but the clothes on their back. But if the lotto ticket is used, a random person the owner has ignored from non-importance gains a large fortune.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Agent Jane Holson in 1966.

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