From: "Michael A. Terrell"
Subject: Re: Here's the plan. Household electrical failiure pt. 3
Date: Sat, 09 Nov 2002 20:07:22 -0500
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> Michael A. Terrell wrote:
> > That would be almost as nasty as installing a receiver in someone's
> > computer so you can reset it from across the room, and watch them
> > explode after a couple resets at the perfect "MURPHY" times.
> Smoke alarm (battery powered) hidden somewhere, sooner or later the battery
> goes flat and the thing start beeping once every few minutes...
> Very difficult to find!
> Regards, Dan.
> ** The email address *IS* valid, do NOT remove the spamblock
> And on the evening of the first day the lord said...........
> .... LX 1, GO!; and there was light.
Turn the electric off, remove a switch cover and the light switch.
Wire a 1N34 or 1N60 or similar signal diode across the switch.
Reinstall switch, and cover. Turn light switch on, then restore power.
When your victim turns the lights off you get a bang and a flash out
of the light switch's box. The glass body vaporizes, and so do most of
the leads. If someone inspects it for damage they will probably miss
the small remaining strand of wire that was the diode's leads.
Michael A. Terrell