Parking Lot Attacker Wasn't Expecting This - What Happened Next Had Him Running Like A "Bat Outta Hell
February 2, 2017 | By Rebecca Manning
It was just a normal day at the mall for Emily Dansby, a 38 year old mom from Canada... until everything went horribly wrong.
She had just left the mall carrying her shopping bags, and was walking to her car when the unthinkable happened. "I wasn't parked too far away, and was busy on my phone texting my daughter. It was about a 60 second walk or so to my car from the mall," she remembers, "and I kind of had that feeling I was being watched."
Right as she was unlocking her car, a man quickly came up behind her and tried to grab her. "He told me 'don't fight, you're coming with me!' as he tried to wrestle me towards his car! I was in shock. Luckily for me I remembered I had my SafeSound alarm on my purse, and since I was too scared to scream for help, I quickly reached for the alarm and pulled the pin."
"Immediately my SafeSound alarm started just screaming. I mean it was REALLY SCREAMING. He didn't know what to do! He froze for a second, then ran away like a bat out of hell! People heard the alarm and started yelling and running over to help. They said it was the SafeSound Personal Alarm that got their attention."
After her attack, Emily bought the SafeSound Personal Alarm for her kids to put on their backpacks.
"After the attack, I immediately bought 4 more SafeSound Personal Alarm's for my children and my sister. Now all my kids carry them on their backpacks to stay safe."
How This Tiny Device Is Saving Millions Of Women & Children’s Lives…
Inspired by the Military, the SafeSound Personal Alarm uses ear piercing sound to deter bad guys and is quickly becoming one of the most sought after safety devices in America. At 130 dB, the sound is so loud that it has been compared to the same loudness as a football stadium or a military fighter jet taking off.
While the SafeSound Personal Alarm was originally made to protect women, massive orders are coming in from parents everywhere, and it will most likely be on every kid's keychains or backpacks by the end of the year.
Unlike pepper spray, the SafeSound Personal Alarm is legal to carry everywhere (even on airplanes!) and is a very safe method of self-defense. The best part is that it requires no training or skill to operate, and can be used by anyone regardless of age or physical ability.
*Update: Thursday, September 28, 2017* - The SafeSound Personal Alarm currently has a special fire sale offering 50% off to all Canada residents to promote safety. But hurry, due to the fire sale, the SafeSound Personal Alarm has sold over 30,000 units and is almost out of stock. To see if they are still available, click the button below.