User Story: Conquestadors speak
I I live in the country outside of St. Augustine Florida, the oldest city in the United States. We know the area was rife with Spanish soldiers exploring the new world; from Juan Ponce de Leon to Hernan de Soto to Pedro Menendez de Aviles, lots of Spanish soldiers have walked across this land. Some mornings at sunrise, when the mist is on my front lawn I can see three conquistadors walking easteard from the woods on the edge of my property. Today I used ghost radar classic to see if I could find them and I did. There were two to three points and their words were, “Later” “He” “Boat” “Aboard”. Many Spanish soldiers came through the area from encampments or from explorations to head back to Cuba then Spain via boats or galleons. Past words I have had at night were “Freedom”. Slaves escaped into La Florida to Fort Moses to be granted freedom by the Spanish crown.
I’m not sure which version of Ghost Radar would be best suited for this but based on this current experience and the “Girl at the Gate” in St Augustine, I know it works!
—Veronica from Hastings, FL – outside of St Augustine