Sexy Keepers of Death

The Women from Lemb Statue. Nick-named “The Goddess of Death”
Dates back to 3500 B.C.

Known for bringing death to all its owners.

The statue was first owned by Lord Elphont, and within six years of having the statue in his possession, all seven of the Elphont family members had died from mysterious causes. It  went onto 4 other owners who also died mysterious deaths before it was placed into a museum. A museum worker died as well. No one else has taken this object into ownership since the museum worker died and the object is placed in a glass case away from human hands.

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