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This device if for people that want to live in a haunted
house but do not. It could also be for real villains like
portrayed in Scooby Doo cartoons.
You purchase a system comprised of a digital audio
player, discreet wireless speaker components that look
ordinary household objects,
and similar discreet motion
The system is stocked with truly frightening/ sinister
ghostly comments that would convince anyone that a
is haunted. It would also not recycle sinister comments
would not go off every time its motion switch was
It would be configured to deceive and thus avoid
from manifesting any detectable pattern.
My idea with this system is that it would be inexpensive,
hard to detect and effective, sold at every large
chain store like home depot or similar.
Two goals as I see it one is to take the edge off for
who really believe in ghosts and actively fear them. If
there is the ubiquitous potential that its simulated
convincingly this might help alleviate someones fear.
The second goal would be the potential for those ghost
hunter shows to uncover something concrete like an
elaborate scam just like on Scooby Doo.
||This would've been bunned if it weren't for those
||"You spent two grand on *what*?!"
||Needs a discreet system, using electromagnets or air jets, to push objects off shelves, disturb papers, etc.
||Example: a desk fan that, when the system detects an absence of observers, turns on to maximum and swivels round (beyond its normal limit of travel) to blow papers off a desk.