Vogue Theater Projector Lens
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Origin

Abraham Sprachman (architect)

Type

Camera

Effects

Projects perfect, life-like holographic images

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Looking through to capture image, Touch to project

Collected by

Agents Lattimer and Bering

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

4016399-8431

Shelf

66746-3852-182

Date of Collection

April 18, 2009

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

In 1909 the land which would eventually become the Vogue Theater belonged to an Elementary school that burned to the ground, killing twenty five students and one teacher. Thirty years later the theater was built. When a projectionist was killed and his murder left unsolved was when the 'hauntings' began. A young woman covered in burns, the laughter of children and the ghost of the projectionist were a few sightings that were reported. It was discovered that the projectionist's son was upset with police not solving his father's murder so he smashed one of the projectors. The projector lens broke and rolled into the corner activating.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Anyone who has seen the ghosts tell they were more solid than expected and if it wasn't for the era of their clothing, they would be mistaken as other patrons. Gives off the smell of fresh popcorn.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Although nervous from examining a well know haunted area Agent Lattimer found the artifact in the theater by following his nose. The theater was shut down upon their arrival but he could still smell popcorn and went in search of it.

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