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Refuses to set and snaps towards the setter's fingers


Snaps hard enough to crack finger bones


Attempting to set

Collected by

Arthur Neilson




Trap Aisle

Date of Collection

February 10, 2014


A mousetrap made by the Victor company. It is a standard model. Unlike the standard model, however, the mousetrap has "Triggerhappy" written on the back of the trap in sharpie.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When someone attempts to set the trap, it will instantly snap shut no matter how careful you are in setting it. On the rare occasion that one is able to set it, it goes off on its own within a few seconds and seems attracted to the one who set it, targeting the finger. However, if a mouse happens to be within five feet of the trap, it will target and kill the mouse. It has been noted that the trap's pressure has cracked finger bones.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Collected by Arthur Neilson from Oakdale, Pennsylvania after reports of several students at a local school experiencing cracked or broken finger bones from a mouse trap.

Codes for this Artifact[edit | edit source]

  • Item MT# 85108-2394-5455
  • REF# 58174888-7523-306
  • Inventory No. 185587306
  • File# 9583-41
  • Block: 1024/1025
  • Section: QC-8 (Top Shelf)
  • Stack#: 0132094
  • Catalogue# 58174888
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