Original Recording of 'Superstition' by Stevie Wonder
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Origin

Stevie Wonder

Type

Record

Effects

Causes OCD-like paranoia

Downsides

Person will stop working because they’ll constantly be listening to the song

Activation

Playing and listening to it

Collected by

Artie Nielsen and James McPherson

Section

Samhain Sector

Aisle

53236-7412

Shelf

12748-907-42

Date of Collection

February 14, 1984

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Origins[edit | edit source]

The original recording of this 1972 Motown hit is one of the groovier artifacts in the Samhain Sector - its clarity just isn't found in such scope on other records. However, something is not placed in the Warehouse simply because it sounds fantastic and the Agents want it for themselves.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Listening to the track causes paranoia to manifest into repetitive acts, similar to actions performed by OCD mentalities. The acts start out small but eventually grows to the point where the afflicted can no longer function properly because they are ritualistic about everything. Listening to the song again will reverse the effects. An odd side effect of the artifact makes those afflicted also believe that books can talk.

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