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Jack Kerouac's Typewriter
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Origin

Jack Kerouac/The writing of On the Road

Type

Typewriter

Effects

Writes down the memories of user

Downsides

Craves paper and compels user to "feed" it.

Activation

Feeding the typewriter some paper.

Collected by

Mr. Kipling & Artie Nielson

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

894-6352

Shelf

56542-4565-459

Date of Collection

Nov.28.2011

[Source]


OriginEdit

This was the typewriter that Jack used when writing his novel On the Road.

EffectsEdit

The only way to start the artifact is if one feeds it paper. The typewriter then begins to write by itself in the long sprawling narrative that Jack did with the scroll. The typewriter takes a long and personal stretch of memories from the person feeding it paper and writes it out on its own. Once it's finish it releases the person, who then can take the manuscript and get it published if they want to. Sometimes even when no one is giving it paper, it starts to "type" randomly.

Once someone feeds it paper they are compelled to keep on giving it paper until it is satisfied.

CollectionEdit

When Mr. Kipling and Artie went to the museum to snag the scroll that was the manuscript for On the Road, they also snagged Mr. Kerouac's typewriter after calling up Lenna and finding out what it could do. Both the Scroll and the typewriter are together in the warehouse.

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