Mysterious Objects

Strange and mysterious objects are at the heart of Urban Mysteries Co cases. Here’s our archive of objects that have been discovered so far. Who knows what we’ll discover next, or what it will do.

Object #161097/8

#161097 & #161098 are space toys that cannot be separated. If the two toys are moved more than 10 metres apart they both begin rising in temperature to the point they will cause 3rd-degree burns.

Object #379178

It appears that object #379178 can only be controlled by children under the age of 12. A Gumby figurine of unknown origin, this object provides the holder with the ability to transmogrify organic matter into inanimate objects. The first recorded victim was Ronald Edgar (the father of Thomas Edgar – item holder in 1978). Mr. Edgar was turned into a small orange clay horse.

Object #16147/8

#16147 & #16148 are a pair of objects that always point towards each other. When using the compass, North always points towards the sextant. When looking through the sextant, viewers will see the view as if looking toward the compass.

Object #1172510

#1172510 is a replica of the Green Power Ranger’s dagger from the series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Discovered in a toy chest in a derelict house, pressing any of the buttons on this toy makes one’s hair stand on end. It is thought the toy was left behind by the parents of the owner after its effects kept shorting nearby electrical equipment.

Object #21050

#21050 is a thermos from the 1970s. Any liquid sealed in the thermos will keep its temperature, no matter how long it is stored in the thermos. Longest experiment was conducted with a chai latte at 70°C for 38 weeks.

Object #12209

#12209 is a special variety of plant known as Amarelo Euphorbia. This plant was used by notorious eco-terrorist Audrey Bloom in an attempt to wipe out mankind. Agents discovered an unassuming shack in the middle of the woods that contained a doomsday machine set to all destroy human life using the Amarelo’s seeds. Thankfully, agents were able to follow clues left by late Audrey’s father, the celebrated scientist Seymour Bloom, and defuse the machine before it was too late.