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During the German occupation of Poland, 12-year-old Frieda Kirshner kept her most precious possessions in an old wine box given to her by her father. These were her memories. She also kept something else in the box. Something she talked to daily. Something she confided in - about her hopes, her fears and her experiences. Something that had to be sealed in the box.
The box was kept sealed for many years and, prior to her passing, given as a gift to Frieda’s son, Oskar before it was eventually sold at auction. His reason for selling it was that he suspected that it was causing him and members of his own family to become unwell. Since then it’s been owned by several others who all had similar experiences of it. Some also commented that they could hear the bell inside ring or the drawer would always be open, despite them closing it.
Now it’s yours and you and your audience can talk to Frieda whenever you like. She’ll answer questions and she’ll also let everyone know when she’s had enough – usually when it’s least expected.
This is our take on the infamous Dybbuk box. Under your control at all times. The bell will ring and can be used to answer questions during séance routines. When the presentation is over Frieda’s presence can still be felt. Or perhaps it’s something else?
The Gift has been designed to look like a very old wine box, the type that was used to hold two demi (half) bottles of wine. It comes with period correct accessories including the bell, photo of Frieda, star of David patch and votive candle. Everything can be stored in the removable drawer.
The box will withstand full examination – there’s nothing to find but yet it’s under your command at all times. Uses only 4 x AAA batteries.
- The Gift, aged Dybbuk box
- Brass bell
- Aged photo of Frieda
- Star of David patch
- Black votive candle
- Remotes with t*e switches
- Instruction booklet with full routine
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|Dimensions||10 × 22 × 35 cm|
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