This fishing net was supposedly owned by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, writer of the poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and a member of the Lake Poets. This was one of the artifacts stolen from the Warehouse by Paracelsus, who used it on his brother, Bennett Sutton. The poem speaks of the original listener standing enthralled as the Mariner weaves his long and potent tale, an effect imitated by the power of the net.


When thrown over someone the artifact sends electrical impulses that paralyze its victim(s). Not recommended for people with heart problems.