...it friend or enemy) or that the wearer was in love with (whether this person was in love with them or not) would then become the wearer's object of desire. The wearer would stop at nothing to obtain the gratification from its object(s) of desire. This was dangerous, especially if the necklace fell into the hands of someone dangerous or powerful.
Unfortunately, Django of the Dead didn't realize this when he was fucking around with his grandmother Sartana's stuff.
Reaching through a black chest that said 'DARK OBJECTS OF POWER,' he saw the necklace in the bottom of the chest. It got his attention because its jewelry section was a dove with a glaring ruby eye. (Doves are a symbol of love and courtship; that is why it was on the necklace.) Picking it up, he saw the engraving on the back. Though it seemed pretty old, he was able to make out what it said:
Those who wear this will experience regret.
"Oh, hell yeah," he said. Things that had a seemingly innocent image- this dove, for instance- and made it perverted with evil- like the glaring eye- often meant it was something that took advantage of human emotions. That made it very evil.
He picked up the necklace and wore it. Nothing. He waited, and nothing came about. Taking it off, he set it down on the table. He looked for some sort of switch or click ...