The Fort East Martello Museum and Gardens,
3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, Florida
Robert The Doll was Kept Safe During His Trip Away from Key West
Robert the Doll was under constant surveillance during his trip to the Atlantic Paranormal Society's Convention in Clearwater, Florida. From the moment he left the museum to the second he returned to his glass case he was monitored by SC-Integrity, LoJack InTransit. A small device was hidden in his clothing (about the size of a small cell phone) that sent signals to SCI so they could see exactly where he was at all times. If his signals had gone off the route he was supposed to take SCI would immediately alert the law authorities and be able to tell them where Robert could be found. "It was a great stress reliever for all of us at the museum," said Claudia Pennington, Executive Director of Key West Art & Historical Society, "We were very concerned someone might try to take Robert, since he is a very valuable artifact, but thanks to SC-Integrity, LoJack InTransit, we knew where he was every minute." SCI also set up a perimeter around Robert when he was in the hotel for the convention and if he had broken that perimeter, they would, again, immediately know. The map below shows the route Robert took to and from Clearwater. This is the same map that the SCI agents were watching as Robert took his trip.
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