posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 04:00 PM
reply to post by Long Lance
Perhaps you should have read the tags that go along with that product. It's a prank item. ThinkGeek has been selling similar items for a long time.
The tags make the product look a lot less than credible. That said, I have a personal experience with what I assume is similar technology from over
30 years ago. I was getting married in Washington DC and arrived a few days early to see the sights. At the Smithsonian, I was really interested in
seeing the Hope Diamond, and other gems they have. It's was in a fairly small exhibition space, and no one seemed to stick around but the many
guards. The longer I spent there both my now-hubby and I started hearing a high electronic tone that made us both physically uncomfortable, although
not stomach-churning. We left the space, and the sound, and felt better immediately. I looked and have never found any kind of confirmation that
such a system was in use, but it was a shared experience, so.....?
Gang-stalking is just a mental condition, probably paranoid schizophrenia. I researched a "victim" and all the "evidence" sworn to be obvious was
just not there. The only one stalking was the "victim" as they recorded every person anywhere around them, calling them criminals. Claims of "air
stalking" by helicopters was easily debunked as living in a city with 60+ active heliports. Claims of having items on their shopping list being sold
before they get there? They shopped at night, before stocking crews began work. Sounds of air rushing around a microwave, refrigerator, and air
filter? All have fans. Every person sighted by them was a stalker, even the people passing in cars. Dirty looks "proved" it, but most likely they
were because the "victim" was traveling in the passing lane, slower than the speed limit and using a video camera while driving. I'd have given
them a dirty look, too. Heck, it is so unsafe they way they were driving I would have called the cops.
Really, let common sense rule. No one is worth that much time, effort and expense to harass 24/7/365. Just go to YT and listen to the
"victims".......they do not make any sense about anything they claim. One video I remember was claims of the neighbor across the street had openly
planted round electronic items under their trees to spy. OR her neighbor put up the same solar landscaping lamps I did.
Which is more believable?
Extraordinary claim require extraordinary evidence and nothing presented by these people qualifies. Neither does this noise maker.