User Story: Brief, but can NOT explain
This was not the first time I had installed Ghost Radar. While visiting a B&B with my family, I decided it would be fun to reinstall the app on my phone. My husband and I were in a second floor room, and my brother and my teenage son were across the hall, in the “haunted” room. The innkeeper had told us of strange happenings in this particular room, and I knew that my brother had experienced some weird stuff in his own home, and I thought he might enjoy it. He was excited.
My husband and I were hanging out in the little sitting room adjacent to the bedroom with my brother and my son. It was late. I decided to try out GR. For two minutes, or so, there was nothing. Then, much to my surprise, much to my GREAT surprise, my phone said my brother’s name. “Mark.” What are the odds, really? I jumped up and showed every one in the room. My brother was not surprised. He said, “Hello.” The next word was “came.” Wow, just wow. “Mark came.” The next three words were “cold, steel, grabbed.” Well, at that point, I just turned my phone off. My brother continued talking to whatever had relayed this information. My husband and I went back across the hall and went to bed. No other strange occurrences that night.
The next time I turned it on, was in the classroom of a friend’s daughter. I was along on a trip down east to help set up the room at the beginning of the school year. I was tired, and sat down while my friend and her daughter continued to work. I decided to try out GR once again. The room we were in was the music room. There were two old pianos and numerous other instruments. And what was the first word? “Sing.” Oh my goodness. I showed it to the young teacher….and explained what it was. She turned very pale. The next word was “dozen.” We had placed numbered chairs in a semicircle in the room…one had the number “12” on it, and I thought that maybe I should go sit there, but decided I had had enough and exited the app. I have no explanation.
—Mary from North Carolina