Ghost Radar® by Spud Pickles™ for Android
There’s An App For That
I’ve written about the Android App Ghost Radar here on my blog back in August 2012. I have a good time with this app. The company who makes this app put out a new version this past year that’s supposed to be bigger and better. This one that I’m using is called Ghost Radar Legacy. I haven’t had time to check out the new app, but if you’re interested in these kinds of tools; you might want to visit Ghost Radar Connect on GooglePlay.
Last night I was a guest on Mary Marshall’s ParanormalMD Radio Show and the topic of EMF (Electro Magnetic Field) and EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) tools came up concerning a recent investigation Mary had been on. That conversation inspired me to start up my little App this morning on the way to taking my son to school.
Now I can’t vouch for the accuracy of this app as I stated in the original App review. I’m not a Ghost Hunter or Paranormal Investigator. So this app is purely for my own amusement and interest. But sometimes your experience with such things are so interesting that you do build confidence in the validity of their usage, and that happened to me on this morning.
I was really intrigued by the conversations; I should say the attempted conversation presented by the app during this ride. I thought I’d share some of our interaction with what we heard and what it picked up as we were making our trip to the school. If for no other reason than to share a few moments of “Hmmmm”.
As an adept psychic, I talk to ghosts and spirits all the time. Listening to them takes some effort and it’s not something I do when I’m driving. It’s too much of a distraction. But I do ick up on the energy regardless and trust my instincts to interpret what I’m feeling. This is important to understanding how I use the app. It’s not a one on one conversation like you and I would have. It’s an opportunity to practice “feeling” energy and working on your psychic skills to interpret what you feel or pick up on.
|Our Perspective / Interpretation
||My car is broken this week, and I’m driving my Mom’s travel van. This thing is huge! Especially compared to my Mustang. When I started up the van, this was said and my first thought was “Land Yacht”; yep..this thing is huge. And that’s what we call it. So it seemed to fit.
||As we were driving over the dam road, the ghosties shared this description. Yes it’s a beautiful morning and the view from the dam road looking west up the length of the 300 acre lake was definitely pretty.
||The entrance/exit of our subdivision is part of a ‘T’ intersection. When we stopped the ghosties said this and we took it to be a question. Which direction are we going? We let them know we were going to turn northward.
||On our way up the road, they shared this. Where?! I don’t like spiders inside “my domain”. At first we didn’t find a spider.
||Within a moment of asking that question out loud, they answered us. My husband, Garrett, took this to mean in front of me (no idea why, but I trust his instincts). So we looked around the best we could while driving. There was a spider, but I didn’t see him until after we got to the school. And I quickly put him outside where he belonged!
||Along our drive we pass a small white brick house. To this point in our travel, all the houses and buildings are brick or wood. Except for the church which is way back at the T-intersection. This was said right as we passed that little white brick house.
||A little farther down the road they shared this. My first reaction was “That’s me”.
||Once at the school, we sat waiting for the doors to be unlocked for the kids to go in. The child likes having Dad walk him to the doors. As they were getting out, the ghosties shared this suggestion. Which is very fitting considering Garrett is fighting with a very sore toe that’s making it hard for him to walk normally. So yes, getting out carefully was required advice.
||Earlier we had been talking about what we’re doing this afternoon when we go out to pick up the child from school. He wants to go into town to spend some of his birthday money. While my boys were in the school, the ghosties said this. And I reminded them, we weren’t going to the store until this afternoon.
I’m open to the idea that this app is nothing more than a random word generator and has no real evidence of ghost interaction. I have a healthy skepticism about paranormal events. I don’t automatically believe them to be real; and I don’t automatically believe them to be fake. The app on GooglePlay clearly states the app is for “Entertainment Purposes”.
But ..I’m also a believer in ghosts and spirits and communication with them. I’m a psychic, a channel, I know the experiences I’ve had talking to ghosts on my own without an EMF, EVP, ghost app or whatever. I’ve been doing it for 40+ years. So yes, I believe it’s possible because I’ve done it and I do it on a daily basis. But frankly it takes some effort to “turn on” the senses and talk/listen to spirit.
I have fun with this app because it doesn’t take a great deal of effort on my part to potentially talk to ghosts in this fashion. And when the words the app picks up relate so well to what’s going on around us or in our conversation, then…come on….there’s got to be something to this. It’s to freaky not too. Right? 😉
I thought it was interesting anyway. And so did Garrett; my skeptic atheist husband.
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