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William Allen White's Notepad
Notepad

Origin

William Allen White

Type

Notepad

Effects

The inner thoughts of a person whose name is written on the pad will appear

Downsides

Someone close to them will be injured with more use

Activation

Writing a persons' name on it

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Cronkite-286Z

Aisle

894206-6352

Shelf

56542-4565-461

Date of Collection

September 12, 1956

[Source]


OriginsEdit

William Allen White was anewspaper editor known as a spokesperson for rural and suburban America. His respectable morals and writing style helped his popularity with readers. His daughter Mary unfortunately died in a horse-riding accident, leading White to write "Mary White", his famous eulogy to her.

EffectsEdit

When someone's name is written on it, their inner thoughts are projected onto the notepad to be viewed. The downside is increased use causes a buildup of injuries to someone they are close to, possibly resulting in death.

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