If the ventilation device is pointed in the right direction you can get a real show.
When I was growing up my mom and I watched a lot of investigative reporting TV shows. I think that it was good for me to learn about the real world at a young age. I am glad that I don’t trust everybody on this planet with the same innocence and gullibility that I had as a very young child. However, I also think that having so much human negativity shoved into my brain before adolescence equipped me with a unique set of phobias. To this day, I am afraid to walk down the street at night for fear of being abducted. I often worry about being kidnapped right from my local grocery store parking lot. I also am very nervous about using public restrooms or changing rooms when I see an air vent nearby. You see, when I was growing up there were a lot of stories about creepers using tiny cameras hidden in overhead ventilation spaces to spy on unknowing women below them. Apparently, it’s easy to take a tiny camera and insert it into an air vent without anybody noticing. If the ventilation device is pointed in the right direction you can get a real show. It has always made me nervous when I’ve been in a public space or hotel room with central heating and cooling. I am terrified that there’s something hidden behind every air vent or somebody is lurking in the air ductwork. When I tell my friends and family about my unique paranoia they always laugh and tell me to ask my heating and cooling technician for help. The worst part of it is, it usually was an HVAC technician who planted the camera in the first place.