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Melvin Dummar's Will
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Origin

Melvin Dummar

Type

Will

Effects

Users will find their dishonest schemes will fail

Downsides

Public mockery, court cases will find them guilty

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Bickerstaff-561RA

Aisle

642009-4183

Shelf

74368-1552-826

Date of Collection

June 29, 1981

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OriginEdit

Melvin Dummar is a Utah man who claimed to have saved reclusive business tycoon Howard Hughes in a Nevada desert in 1967, and to have been awarded part of Hughes' vast estate. The will included many other, such as giving status to family and coworkers Hughes disliked, giving money to organizations he was not a member of, and calling his famed wooden airplane “the spruce goose” – a name which he hated. Dummar's claims resulted in a series of court battles that all ended in rulings against Dummar. A Las Vegas jury determined in 1978 that the will, leaving Dummar $156 million, was a forgery.

EffectsEdit

The forged will makes any attempts to swindle, cheat, lie or scheme fall apart. They will either be publicly exposed, face many setbacks or horribly fail in their attempt. They will then suffer from public scorn and distrust. Any legal cases they enter in the judicial system will never rule in their favor.

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