Dybbuk Djinn

Dybbuk Djinn

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This investigation reminds of that song by the Eagles, Hotel California.  Most of the patients that checked into the Willard Asylum for the Chronic Insane didn't check out.  They became victimized and abused by the people that ran the place, especially a man that was kept as an in-house secret doctor.  For our purposes, we call him Dr. Nobody because in all honesty, we have no idea who the guy is.  By picking up on energies that were left behind, we were able to establish the presence of Dr. Nobody, but we still have no idea who he actually was.  This made the investigation a lot creepier.  I wouldn't necessarily say difficult, because it wasn't hard to figure out what was going on.  I would say that when you are chasing after an entity that only ever leave behind shadows, it can be creepy-- and very, very frustrating.  
In 1995, an employee of the Asylum found over 400 suitcases that were left behind in an attic.  These suitcases range in date from 1910 to 1960, but give a glimpse of just how many people would walk through the doors of Willard and never return.  Dr. Nobody secretly ran the staff at the asylum and it's hard to tell if they were following orders in good faith or if they just wanted in on a piece of the very powerful pie.  Either way, I'm pretty sure when the experiments, genetic manipulation, mutilation, and murders started taking place, that any sane person would have called it quits and blew the whistle.  Then again, by this time, Dr. Nobody could have established such a presence at the facility that the people wouldn't have had control over their own actions, which makes a lot more sense, if you think about it.  Again, Dr. Nobody has been able to fully elude us, which is weird, because that never happens.  
What we can provide as solid proof and evidence of the evil goings-on at Willard, at least in its early days, is this piece.  This piece holds a very powerful magic and ability.  We will get onto that in a second.  We have only recently been on this investigation.  It was some time in the last several years.  I'm not really sure about the dates, because we kept no case files, in agreement with the new owners of the Willard facility, which has renovated the building and now runs a drug rehabilitation center out of it.  That's all fine and dandy until people start becoming possessed by the lurking spirits that were slaughtered by Dr. Nobody.  
That's not our business, though,  Our business has to do with a box that we were called upon, very discreetly, to investigate.  The Box.   Where do I even start with the box?  The box has inscriptions written all over the outside of it.  In fact, we couldn't even make out the language, that's how encrypted it was.  We eventually had to call in Tomer to help us figure it out.  I mean, he's the ancient one, right?  The people at Willard began noticing strange things happening with the box, when it began making noises.  People who have been alone with the box report the box hissing at them, hearing screaming sounds come from within the box, and one person even claims that the box started speaking to her.  
When we showed up for investigation and the box was presented with us, we had a decent idea of what we were dealing with, but we had to make sure.  This is why we called Tomer to help us with the inscription, because without it, we would have been up the creek without a paddle.  You see, the box is a containment box.  What I mean to say is that it is exactly like a Dybbuk box, in that in order to fully control the entity, the spell on the outside of the box must be read first.  If you somehow manage to open the box without reading the inscriptions, you're facing some pretty rough consequences.  This magic is just part of the torture that Dr. Nobody would put his patients through.  Many of the people he murdered were sacrifices for the spirit that lives inside of the Dybbuk box, which isn't a demon, but rather an ages old djinn.  
Once we read the inscription, we were able to open the box right up.  This is when the djinn first showed itself to us.  Please don't think that this was all honky dory, either.  He isn't a friendly djinn.  I mean, we have saved him from being evil by blasting the box full of white light power, but he still isn't the most personable.  However, he is fully cooperative, given the fact that you are the holder of the spell and-- well-- he has to be.  The power of the spells have been placed into this piece, as the djinn has, that way you don't have to ever worry about saying them.  You wouldn't be able to read it anyway, because it is written in the Language of the Dead.  
This djinn is legitimately one of the most powerful we have ever encountered.  It isn't a blue ifrit.  Those ones are usually pretty easy going and human-friendly.  I'm not really sure what to call this type of djinn, but he is very rare-- very, very rare.  His powers are unparalleled and are unlike any other djinn powers that we have ever encountered.  He grants ALL WISHES.  He can even raise people from the dead.  He can summon spirits and souls.  We have put the power in this piece up against several of the djinn piece we are currently working on and his power has overcome all of there powers in every single head to head testing that we have done.  He is the only type of djinn like this that we have ever experienced, and honestly, we don't know if we will ever get another one.  He is really is THAT powerful.  
As a side note, we have named this djinn Willard.  Seems fitting, eh?  We have not been able to determine exactly what kind of djinn he is, but he's not a demon and since he was locked up in a box that's similar to a dybbuk box, that's what we are calling him-- a Dybbuk Djinn.  This is the first kind of djinn of this kind that has ever been discovered and I'm sure other fake sellers will see this and try to copy it and sell you some fake crap.  Don't fall for it.  You know that we're legit.   

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