This year, the Japanese police arrested a young man who had been living on the second floor of someone’s house for 6 months. The 90-year-old owner of the house didn’t notice the man even though he didn’t do too much to hide. He even left his shoes by the door. The woman’s son found the man. Of course, such things happen rarely but it’s quite possible that some people can visit people’s homes when they are away, especially during the vacation season and long business trips. Cool stuff, cool stuff, cool stuff
For those who think that their house may have been visited by unwanted guests, Op-cast.com has found some simple ways to find out if it’s true.
1. A thread in front of the door
One of the simplest ways is to attach a thin thread that is hard to notice in front of the door. When the door opens, the thread will be torn. But you should know that it will be really hard for you to leave the apartment yourself — you should be careful not to ruin your own trap. Of course, this way will only work if the door opens inside. Cool stuff, cool stuff, cool stuff
If you put a glass full of beads near the entrance, it will definitely be knocked over when the door opens. Of course, the door should open toward the room. Most likely, the unwanted guest will try to collect the beads, so count all of them in advance and remember exactly where you placed the glass. Cool stuff, cool stuff, cool stuff