It opens all doors
There are about 100 objects. All of them have some super strange properties, can do things, or make you do things. I talk about the objects from the mini-series “The Lost Room”, which had been produced by Sci-Fi Channel.
The most important one however, and the most powerful one, is the key. It opens all doors, the user can access the otherwise non-existent Room 10 of the former Sunshine Motel, somewhere in Gallup, New Mexico.
The Lost Room Titlecard
The key is described as:
Niessen 612a key with attached key fob stamped with Sunshine Motel logo and “Room 10,” color brown. Opens any hinged door with a pin tumbler lock and turns it into a portal to the Lost Room. From the room, the user can exit to any location of their choosing provided that location has a door of similar construction. The door doesn’t need to be of the same proportions as the door in the Room, as much smaller doors are used at two different points. The user must also have a clear picture of the door they wish to go to or else the room will pick a door at random. It’s one of the seven Objects used in the “Conroy experiment” to open a “tear in reality.”
Now I have gotten my hand on the key… if it opens all doors and gets me into the room remains yet to be seen – but also, maybe it’s better not to test it. Pics or it didn’t happen? I know! Sure thing:
Thing is I wanted to order this thing from eBay in the States. But this guy doesn’t deliver here. So my sister got it for me, and gave it to me today! Nice birthday present!! Especially since I’m a big fan of the show. =)