Do you believe in Ghosts? Maybe you should. Now with the Ghost Radar application, seeing is believing.
With living in an older home, I always wondered if we had “visitors”. So when given the chance to review this application, I couldn’t wait. One of the best features that Spud Pickles developed in Ghost Radar, is that it lets you take your search for answers as superficially or as scientifically as you wish. I enjoyed changing the app settings to see the varied types of data being recorded and analyzed.
To create its readings, Ghost Radar uses the iPhone/iTouch sensors to measure the “quantum fluctuations” surrounding you. The application will interpret this readout as blips on your screen, but also in numeric, text, graphical, and audio ways as well. With that in mind, the best tool for deciphering the readings are within its Frequently Asked Questions. The main website also does a great job to support and outline the different components available in this application as well.
With any investigation of the paranormal, the experience is on a personal basis. The best readings I received were when I left Ghost Radar on for awhile. Don’t fret about losing an eerie occurrence either. All read-outs can be emailed to you (or others) for posterity. Ghost Radar’s features also include the ability to turn the screen to black for a dark pursuit or bright white should you need a flashlight. And trust me, there isn’t anything more comforting than a bright light when you hear those “ghosts” in a dark room at night.
The biggest question here is obviously if I think it actually works. And yes, I certainly do. I was with every other skeptic out there but this application has done some unexplainable things. I have asked questions, and was answered promptly by it. It never mentioned names to me except for when I’ve asked. Another time, Ghost Radar was on and really active; words and readings going off the charts – but I was busy. I silenced the volume, and as I glanced back down it promptly read “ignore”. It went on to display the words “Native” and “Indian” as well as “food”, and “grain”. It was describing a bundle of Indian Corn visible through the windows of my front door. Additionally, I would feel a cool breeze, see my thermostat drop multiple degrees and have this app read “atmosphere”. I never experienced these room changes before using Ghost Radar.
Whether just for fun or during a paranormal quest, I think you’d really enjoy this. I’ve read the comments on iTunes, but would love to know how you’ve used this application. Remember to keep an open mind, and you may just get what you ask for.
Ghost Radar requires the iPhone OS 3.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch.