A company in Thailand claims to have designed a device which will drive unwanted ghosts out of a person’s home.
Dubbed the ‘Trisaksri Ghost Repellent,’ the odd, box-shaped instrument looks more like a subwoofer rather than something devised to ward off the supernatural.
However, the company behind the machine says that is exactly what it does, using a three-stage detection system consisting of a camera, microphone, and EMF detector.
When a trespassing spirit trips the device, it allegedly emits a radio wave of some kind that apparently really irritates ghosts.
As one might expect, the science behind the ‘ghost repellent’ is rather nebulous, since the makers of the device give no indication of how, exactly, they discovered the vaunted ‘Killer Wave,’ as they call it, nor how it works.
And, even more importantly, considering the elusive nature of apparitions, one wonders how someone can be sure the spirits have actually departed for good.
Nonetheless, the specious machine is available to purchase for anyone crazy or desperate enough to pay $1,500 dollars.
At that price, you may just want to learn to live with the lurking entities.
So how does it work? Well, when you’re ready to clear your home of negative entities, you simply flip
the switch on the Ghost Repellent box, which activates a low-level electromagnetic field, condenser
microphone, and infrared camera that work in unison to detect paranormal activity. Super Boondee calls
this the “phenomenon receptor”. When the machine detects an anomaly, it automatically fires off a
“Wave Killer” radio blast that they claim is enough to force the nasty phantom to abandon its chosen
haunt. Much like those sonic-rodent repellents, the box will simply continue to drive off ghosts no
matter how many times they attempt to return.