Jacques Emery is an electrician. Shut in his cellar in his spare time, he nurtures an almost mystical relationship with lightening. Many of his machines recreate this meteorological phenomenon in miniature, and at will. His piece de resistance is a Tesla bobbin, capable of producing a bolt of electricity of 1,400,000 volts.
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