Get Rid of Your Ghosts

Posted in Humor on March 13th, 2009 by MadDog
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Are you troubled by pesky spirits? Do your children cower like Munchkins in their beds because of poltergeists tossing their toys around the room? Does the Boogyman drop flies in your oatmeal when you’re not looking?

You may have GHOSTS!  Have I got the thing for you!  Here it is:  the marvellous Trisaksri © Ghost Repellent:

Trisaksri © Ghost Repellent

But, “How does it work?”, you might ask. Here is the manufacturer’s explanation:

Trisaksri Ghost Repeller © composed of complex electronic circuit. The video camera was special designed to capture the invisible and inaudible signal generates from natural phenomenon such as ghost or spirit. The signal was then converted to radio signal and transmit to KILLER WAVE. The ghost spirit will be destroyed at this process. The device output is extreamly sensitive to changes of as little as 0.5% of the strength of the Earth’s magnetic field. Generally Ghost spirit usually emit weak natural electric field which can not be measured by normal meter or can not be responded by humen senses. The device has been designed to ignore the AC fields of power lines, appliances, etc. It only interact with ghost’s and animal spirit and no harm to humen health.

In case you’re not clear on that, here is a handy schematic supplied by the manufacturer:

Trisaksri © Ghost Repellent schematic diagram
There you go. Now you know as much as I do about it.

Here’s some essential product information:

Product dimension 20 x 21 x 20 cm in wooden box
Net weight 2900 gram
Rated Voltage 110 vac and 220 vac, 50-60 Hz
Electric current 2 Amp
Ghost capture Video camera special design for low magnetic field or natural phenomenon
Display meter 15 LED indicator of magnetic/electromagnetic field INPUT
Repellent system (Out put) Video capture the invisible picture then convert to radio signal and sent to WAVE KILLER gernerated by complex electronic circuit.

I wondered what a ghost might look like. So, I turned myself into one:

Me as a ghost

Not very scary, eh? It would have been better if I had been more careful that the chair did not move between shots. It was about a two minute job with Photoshop.

I feel as if I have performed a vaulable public service. Now I can take the rest of the day off and go diving with Carol. It is  Friday.