Killer Appliances Hall Of Fame: The Refrigerator
This post starts off my Killer Appliances Hall Of Fame (this idea has been in the refrigerator for quite some time now, how ironic ;-)); which is a series of blog posts dedicated to household or industrial appliances (either electrical or manual) featured in horror movies with dual function: to make life easier as well as to end life.
The refrigerator can be an ideal killing machine, if you know how to use it for that purpose. If the fridge is possessed somehow with vengeful spirits or demons, the killing ability will increase two or threefold, in ways that we can never imagined.
Normal refrigerators have the potential to harm someone by:
- Crushing: A really big fridge can crush you if it fall over you. In real life, the risk of a refrigerator falling unto you is very,very low unless somebody (with murder in his mind) pushes it over forcefully. Even more so, the fridge have to be very big and heavy; or fall from significant height to land on top of you.
- Freezing: Put yourself in the fridge for one whole day and see how it goes (nobody in the right frame of mind would do this). Rapidly decreasing core body temperature can lead to hypothermia.
- Electrical shock: I don’t need to explain this unless your fridge runs on fuel/steam. The risk of electrical shock from a fridge is also very, very low.
It would be a very different story if the refrigerator in your kitchen is somehow possessed. Possessed refrigerator can create unimaginable horror by:
Creating other worldly dimension and suck you into it.
A doorway for other dimension to cross over to earth.
Biting with razor-sharp teeth.
Taking control of other appliances and turns them into murdering minions.
Forcing the door shut and creating a force strong enough to sever a man’s (or in this case, a woman) arm, and then devouring them.
So folks, be very careful every time you open your fridge’s door. God knows what lurks behind ‘em. You may be cunning enough to evade a sudden attack from monsters coming out of the fridge, but you may not be obvious to the fact that your fridge can actually kill you slowly and steadily with the abundance of junk food you store in them ;-)