North Dakota’s best kept secret isn’t going to be a secret for much longer, thanks to pharmacists from the Barrett Pharmacy in Watford City.
The Watford pharmacy might have found one of the most effective ways to help children over come their fears of under-the-bed monsters.
Created by Jeff Dodds and his daughter Josslyn Dodds, the Monster Spray, is a prescribed solution that is said to vanquish bed monsters once and for all.
“It’s 100 percent safe and it works amazingly,” Josslyn Dodds told ABC News after an image of the prescribed spray went viral on Facebook. “It really seems to get rid of the monsters”.
Another employee at the pharmacy prescribed the spray for a friends’ 6-year-old daughter, who was scared of going to bed because of the “monsters”.
“I was telling her mom about this thing the pharmacy had done for another kid when I started working there. So I asked if she wanted me to write up the prescription,” Johnson said.
In order to convince children that the Monster Spray was real, inventor Jeff Dodd had to be put in a prescription bottle.  
“I had to put it in the prescription bottle. She wouldn’t have believed it if it hadn’t come from the pharmacy with the label”. But after three succesful monster free nights, Jossyln was convinced the spray worked.
The medicine bottle comes with instructions from the pharmacy on how often parents should spray the solution around the room before bed. Unfortunately, the ingredients in the spray are unknown, but it is still safe to use.



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