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The Original Scroll of On the Road by Jack Kerouac
Jackkerouacscroll

Origin

Jack Kerouac/Writing On the Road

Type

Scroll/Manuscript

Effects

Condensed sensations of written events.

Downsides

Overexposure causes comas lasting three weeks.

Activation

Touching the scroll.

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 artifact is the infamous scroll that Jack had made when he wrote On The Road. The manuscript was typed on what he called "the scroll", a continuous, one hundred and twenty-foot scroll of tracing paper sheets that he cut to size and taped together. The roll was typed single-spaced, without margins or paragraph breaks.

EffectsEdit

The moment they touch it a person will experience exactly what Jack had gone through on his trips back in the late 40's in one big rush. If one were to hold it for too long, they would slip into a coma while still experiencing the entire trip, plus the process he took to wrote it, taking roughly three weeks.

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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