Rubble from the North Tower
Concrete rubble.jpg

Origin

9/11

Type

Rubble

Effects

Causes excessive fear of planes and tall buildings within five miles.
Victims within the radius longer than 102 minutes to experience hallucinations of planes crashing into large buildings.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Proximity and holding

Collected by

Artie Nielsen

Section

Tragedy Annex

Aisle

Qaida-911

Shelf

91102-0394-02213

Date of Collection

September 18, 2001

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

When the two towers collapsed, there was enough rubble and debris spread out to completely blacken the view of anybody caught in the wave. One piece of rubble, held by one of the medics and passed around from person to person, became imbued with the fear of that day and became an artifact.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When held, the artifact creates a proximity field which affects everyone within a five-mile radius of the artifact. Causes excessive fear of planes and large buildings. Anyone in the area longer than 102 minutes will see hallucinations of planes crashing into nearby large buildings.

Collection[edit | edit source]

This artifact was collected seven days after the attacks the World Trade Center buildings in New York City. Agent Artie Neilson went there to find artifacts created from that tragic day, and this Rubble was one of several which he gathered in New York City before going to Washington, D.C. and the fourth plane crash sight in Somerset, Pennsylvania to check for artifacts. It now resides in the Tragedy Annex near the other artifacts created on 9/11.

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