The Dark Mirror
Of all the objects in the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and Occult, The Dark Mirror, has easily become the most talked-about. You see, this black scrying glass has a nasty habit of reflecting terrible things. How terrible? Guests have reported everything from seeing their own corpses stare back at them, the reflections of “tall people” who aren’t there, and even the feel and taste of their mouths filling with blood.
The object’s strange phenomena occurs so regularly – even in front of large crowds, cameras, and on live radio – that the Dark Mirror has been added to the permanent collection and unlike many other pieces, appears at every event. Due to the unique nature of the mirror, it remains locked in a chest when not on display and covered with a veil when not in use.
Guests are free to hold, test, experiment with, and gaze into the Dark Mirror at their own risk. Depending on the location, the Curators will even use the piece for investigation experiments as well, often times with startling results.
Just remember: when you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes back.