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Giovanni Bragolin's Original "Crying Boy" and "Crying Girl"
Crying Boy
The Crying Boy

Origin

Giovanni Bragolin

Type

Paintings

Effects

Cry at nighttime

Downsides

Will burn down the building if separated

Activation

Always active

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Salico-84C

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The Crying Girl

The Crying Girl

OriginEdit

Giovanni Bragolin (real name: Bruno Amadio) was a Spanish painter of no real succes. He was often told his paintings lacked 'spirit'. He wanted to draw more lifelike paintings, but nobody would model for Bragolin. That's why he took several children (in pairs of two: 1 boy, 1 girl) from local orphanages and kept them 'hostage' for their value as painting-models. After a child would die (he was an awful person), he would just 'get a new one'. He could cremate the dead children in his backyard.

EffectsEdit

The paintings have an unnatural realness to them; people often swear to hear them cry at night. When a boy is without its sister painting ('Crying girl') it will burn down the building, leaving the painting intact.

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