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Molly Williams' Apron
Molly Williams' Apron

Origin

Molly Williams

Type

Apron

Effects

Grants the user immunity to cold

Downsides

Causes the wearer to compulsively fight fires, eventually causing them to be obsessed enough to go on suicide missions

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agent

Section

Nero-637H

Aisle

201-89248

Shelf

11152-6042-888

Date of Collection

2010

[Source]

Origin

Molly Williams was a former New York City slave who later became notable as the first known female fire fighter in the United States, beginning as a cook for New York City's Fire Company 11. Her most notable service was during an 1818 blizzard, where she was is thought to have worn nothing but a dress and an apron whilst putting out a burning house when many of her male colleagues were ill. She is often noted as being "as good a fire laddie as many of the boys."

EffectsEdit

Wearing the apron causes the wearer to become immune to the cold, allowing them to thrive in freezing temperatures. However, the wearer will develop a compulsion to fight fires close to them. Eventually this compulsion will become so severe, the wearer will walk into suicide missions where there is no possible way for them to temper the fire or survive going into it.

CollectionEdit

In the winter of 2010, reports came in from New York City of a woman continuously interfering with the New York City Fire Department, trying to get involved and help put out the fires, wearing light clothing and a checked apron during harsh weather. The apron was snagged by Warehouse 13 agents just before she was about to rush into a collapsing, burning building, guaranteed to have killed her. It was discovered that the woman had bought it at a rummage sale to use during cooking.

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