Warehouse 13, Eric Marsden Demo Record Artifact

original movie prop

In first season episode Resonance, someone is robbing Chicago banks, leaving everyone inside each bank in a state of euphoric amnesia, as if they'd been drugged.  Pete, Myka and Artie soon realize that the robbers are using amplified sound, specifically playing an unpublished experimental recording created by Eric Marsden, a musical explorer who set out to create the perfect bliss-inducing song.

 

45 rpm vinyl record and 33 1/3 rpm adapter, with Windy Lake Records label, handwritten song title 'Love Demo #26' on one side, and song title 'Center of My Soul' (also mentioned in the episode) on the other.  The record is fitted to a spindle in a felt-lined silver Samsonite carrying case, also seen extensively late in the episode, as the robbers try to pull off one more heist.

 

From VIP Fan Auctions & NBCUniversal.

prop: collector:
category: original / screen-used
screen-matched
type: movie props
movie: Warehouse 13 (TV) (2009)
original (110)  |  replica (31)
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