Well all i can say good riddance to fucking stupid.....33 people have died in this dumb craft .....you would think oh !!!!!let me see i would like electrified wood and maybe die ........fucking dumb bastards ....i only see one person die electrifying wood....and that's that..... project fucking stalled ....let me tell you ..........i do not need electrified looking wood that badly to show off to fuckers whom i do not like .....i do not care for shitty wood on a wall ........there is no medals for stupid cunts in the hall of fame stupid cunts usually end up dead like these 33 fuckers ......i bet you these 33 cunts are standing at the pearly gates trying to explain why they were fucking idiots and how they wanted to have wood with forks of lightning going through it to show their friends at dinner parties .....that's 33 wankers less consuming precious resources
A Wisconsin couple died after attempting a viral crafting technique called fractal wood burning.
The process uses high-voltage transformers to run electrical currents through chemical-soaked wood.
Thirty-three people have died from fractal wood burning since 2017.
A Wisconsin couple died from electrocution after attempting a viral art technique in their garage, officials said last week.
The bodies of Tanya Rodriguez, 44, and James Carolfi, 52, were discovered earlier this month in their garage after officers responded to a fire at their house in Marathon County, Wisconsin.
In a statement last Thursday, the Marathon County Sheriff's Office said the couple died prior to the fire in their home while doing a crafting technique called "fractal" or "lichtenburg" wood burning.
"Foul play has been ruled out and the deaths were found to be accidental in nature and are believed to be caused by electrocution from fractal wood burning — a technique in which high-voltage electricity is used to burn lightning or tree-like patterns into wood that has been soaked in a chemical solution," the department said in the statement.
"Through the investigation, it was determined that the fire started in the garage before spreading to the home," the department continued. "We believe that the fractal wood burning equipment that caused the electrocutions likely caused the fire."
The technique — which involves using a high-voltage transformer, often repurposed from a microwave — is employed by woodworkers to decorate various wooden items, including decor items and wooden cutting boards.
Videos of the process have gone viral on social media platforms including TikTok, with #woodturning and #woodburning garnering hundreds of millions of views on the popular video app.