It’s Christmas Eve. There’s a ghost at the foot of your bed rattling chains and whispering in a cold breath about your future. Who are you gonna call? A good choice might be a company in Bangkok, Thailand, called Super Boondee to see if they can rush ship (tell them you have Super Boondee Prime) their brand new model of the Trisaksri Ghost Repellent. Then just plug it in and send that nasty entity back to hell or England or wherever it came from.
Some houses may have bad spirit inside which will interfere your daily life unhappy and frighten your children. We have a solution for you, “Trisaksri Ghost Repeller”. Just place this device in side your house and switch ON. All ghost and devil will leave away your home and won’t come back again.
That convincing bit of advertising copy is from the Boondee Workshop website where one can purchase the Trisaksri Ghost Repeller for the incredibly low price of USD $1500 US plus $140 US for shipping. Wipe that sticker-shocked look off of your face … have you priced an exorcist or a ghostbuster lately?
For that price, you get the just-announced 2016 2nd Edition Trisaksri Ghost Repellent, which is supposed to be much better than the original 2009 Edition, which never made it beyond prototype. Included in the package (make sure you check your parts list) are the 20 x 21 x 20 inch stylish wooden repellent box; a video camera which is specially designed for low magnetic field or natural phenomenon; a condenser microphone to capture the incredible sounds of one or more ghosts being repelled; a 15 LED magnetic/electromagnetic field indicator; and a radio signal emitter which sends out a “Wave Killer” burst to drive away the ghost. As long as you keep it plugged into a 220 volt power source, the Trisaksri Ghost Repellent will continue repel ghosts of the past, present and future all Christmas Eve night.
Does it work? Well, according to the simple operations diagram featuring an inside look at a complex box of wires, it can’t hurt to try it. And because it weighs only 2.9 kg (6.4 lb), it’s light enough to throw at the entity as an alternative way to scare it off.
What has been improved since the prototype was released and panned by critics in 2009? Well, the screws are now in a straight line and there are no visible gaps around the camera lens or microphone. The power may have been beefed up too since the prototype was available with both 110 and 220 volt capabilities but the 2016 edition comes only in 220 volts, meaning you may have to unplug your clothes dryer or electric range before chasing away the ghosts.
Other than that, there doesn’t seem to be much more info on the Trisaksri Ghost Repellent. The web site has no FAQ page, no explanation of who Trisaksri is (The inventor? The first ghost repelled?), no customer testimonials, no guarantees, no warnings not to use in bathtubs or under the influence of alcohol and no instructions on how to send it back if not completely satisfied.
If you truly need to get rid of a spirit, that’s not much to go on, even for a new and improved 2016 Edition of the Trisaksri Ghost Repellent. Then again, it’s Christmas Eve and you’ve got a pesky ghost. Who ELSE are you gonna call?