User Story: Boyfriend's grandpa
The past few weeks have been difficult for everyone in my boyfriend’s family. Actually, difficult is probably an understatement.
A few Monday’s ago my boyfriend and I were sleeping in; sleeping in to us is until about 10 or 11. We were woken up at 8 am by his mom , and she said that grandpa was dying in the hospital. We didn’t know the details, we just got up to drive an hour and a half to where he was located.
My boyfriend originally came out here to live with his mom just to give her support with his grandpa, because he was having health problems and didn’t expect to live very long. To cut it short, he passed away that evening. I experienced something while I was there as well… I felt spirits in the room and I could have sworn I felt his spirit leave his body.
A few weeks passed, and his grandma came to live with us. They were together for almost 50 years, and so she was lonely and didn’t know what to do. That’s when things started happening. I kept feeling a change in the environment around me, and everyone kept having experience after experience! My boyfriend heard deep coughing, like his grandpa so often did, and also a few knocks on the closet wall. It’s almost like he was trying to tell us he was here, but he didn’t want to scare us.
That’s what I decided to turn on my Ghost Radar Connect. The next day, my boyfriend, grandma and I were outside eating burgers that I had prepared. I kept my Ghost Radar Connect on, but it was in the kitchen charging. I came back to find A LOT of activity. There was readings that there was changed in the environment all around my phone. Then three words appeared, within a few seconds of each other. “Grandma,” “Float,” and “Fine.”
I believe he chose grandma because her name wasn’t in the dictionary, and float was for him floating around the phone, and fine, because he was letting everyone know he’s fine. I kept telling my boyfriend’s grandma that he would find some way to tell her that’s he okay. And he did. Last night I decided to add mine, my boyfriend’s, his mom’s, and his grandma’s name to the dictionary to make it a little easier for his grandpa to say what he wants to. This morning it said my boyfriend’s name and then “attitude” and “name”. I think he was picking on him.
This experience has really helped his grandma feel better, because she knows he’s here with her. 🙂
—Frankie J from Pocatello, ID at the moment