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Stan Rogers's Wedding Ring
Silverring

Origin

Stan Rogers

Type

Ring

Effects

The ring gives the wearer the same depth and tone of Stan's voice, which when used to sing can draw anyone's attention to them, while also giving the same amount of courage Stan had during the fire.

Downsides

When used, the user will start to feel the affects of smoke inhalation, up to the point if they wear it for too long, they could die from it.

Activation

When worn on the ring finger

Collected by

Mr. Kipling

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

565-5453

Shelf

88741-3369-220

Date of Collection

May.19.2012

[Source]


OriginEdit

This ring belonged to the Canadian Folk singer Stan Rogers, who died on June 2, 1983 aboard aboard Air Canada Flight 797 on the ground at the Greater Cincinnati Airport due to smoke inhalation that came from a fire on board. It was reported that when the plane landed and the doors opened to let the people out, Stan stood at the exit calling to people to follow the sound of his voice so they could get out.

TodayEdit

The ring appeared at a musician auction, and not thinking of it much, Mr. Kipling let it go. It was only a few moments later when someone almost died of what seemed to be smoke inhalation after imitating Stan's voice wonderfully, did Mr. Kipling check the ring. After buying it off the man, it is now in the warehouse.

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