User Story: Contacted by Biological Father
I’ve had Ghost Radar for a couple of years. In all the time I had it, it never said a person’s name…until last year. I live in Nebraska (near Omaha), but make frequent trips to Indiana to help my mom out. Each night that I’m there, I drive from my mom’s house to my best friend’s (Gregg’s) house, where I stay each night. Last year (2012) when I was driving from my mom’s house to Gregg’s house (at night, no less), my Ghost Radar said “Frank”. It said this as I drove past a reformatory. The only Frank I knew (at least one that had passed away) was my biological father – Frank Morrison. I am 56 and hadn’t seen Frank in over 50 years. At any rate, out loud I said, “Frank who?” I immediately realized that my little cell phone app would probably not come back with “Morrison”, so I asked, “Frank Morrison?” It came back with “Dad”.
I’ll never wear THOSE pants again! LOL…
The next day as I was driving back to my mom’s, I turned on the radar again. As soon as I did, the name “Harry” popped up. Harry was the man who raised me – the man I called “dad”. Right after that came the word “drink”. I was just passing a small bar. I quickly chalked that up to the GPS, but then it said “Frank” again. I interpreted that to mean that the two are watching over me, maybe even sharing a drink together. That’s a very nice thought indeed.
I told my oldest sister about it but told her I didn’t get the connection with the reformatory. She had to think about it for a bit, and then remembered that, for a while, one of his jobs was to transport prisoners.
Months later, I was listening to a local radio station (Q98). It was 6:30, Halloween morning. They asked people to call in with their stories of the paranormal. I called in to tell my story. They were blown away and said, “Wow Dave! Way to set the bar high!” Ghost Radar was then talked about for the rest of that show. It was also a topic of conversation for the next two weeks on that morning show. I called them back to talk to them about it and they said that they bet that half of Omaha had downloaded the Ghost Radar app after my call. (I don’t know if you track download stats, but that would be an interesting one to see!)
—David from Bellevue, Nebraska