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Mary Bateman’s Eggs
Chicken eggs with writing

Origin

Mary Bateman

Type

Eggs

Effects

Will create a realistic doomsday event

Downsides

Poisons all food a person eats

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Bickerstaff-561RA

Aisle

442068-3794

Shelf

11285-0637-285

Date of Collection

June 3, 1846

[Source]


OriginEdit

Mary Bateman was a minor thief and con artist who often convinced many of her victims she possessed supernatural powers. By her later career, she claimed to be capable of warding off evil spirits. In 1806, she created a hoax known as The Prophet Hen of Leeds, where a hen laid eggs that predicted a doomsday event. In reality, she only inscribed a message on each egg and then re-inserted it back into the chicken. That same year, she was found guilty of killing a client with poisoned food instead of creating a protective charm.

EffectsEdit

The user will experience an apocalyptic doomsday scenario unfold before them. Although realistic feeling, no such event is actually occurring. Although, the user will suffer from food poisoning which normally turns out to be fatal.

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