Patient 16 (Athens Asylum)'s Toy Car
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Origin

Patient 16

Type

Toy

Effects

Causes illusions of people in pain to scare holder

Downsides

Prolonged use causes mental disorders to occur, such as schizophrenia

Activation

When Held

Collected by

Agent Jacob Torres

Section

Aradia-027T

Aisle

337481-9065

Shelf

436822-6274-387

Date of Collection

10/13/2003

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Athens Lunatic Asylum opened in 1874 and remained open until 1993. In the earlier years it was the site of the first ever lobotomy procedure and the practice carried on for several years for the simplest of ailments ranging from mental disorders to impotency from masturbation and menopause. Rumors stated that the area around the Asylum held at least one thousand, nine hundred unknown patients buried there. Of the patients buried there more than ninety percent had tombstones with no names, only numbers on them. Though no information could be given about the body in grave number sixteen it's assumed that it's the body of a young child. The files that listed children were incomplete as a fire that broke out in the ballroom spread to the record room. In recent years the tombstone and the Asylum have been sites of major paranormal activities however it was later discovered to be caused by Patient 16's toy car that was left on the grave.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Although collected the Athens Asylum seems to remain a hot spot of paranormal activities so other artifacts are considered to be hidden within its walls.

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