User Story: Tommy's Journeys: Reiterating GR
I’ve used this device since it’s initial promotion, and Jack was so kind to place a link on the site called “Tommy’s Journeys”during a time that we discovered a relentless haunting at my brother’s house, (“The House On Holly Hill), along with other mind-boggling experiences with the radar. Just a rehash:
Ghost radar’s words at Holly House before paranormal investigators came: Autumn; Henry; hill; field; father; plow; dead; native; girl
Paranormal Intuitive Findings: (not knowing the radar findings): A young native girl named Autumn was supposedly killed on the property by her father (an accident) while plowing atop the hill.
A “mean man” by the name of Henry (a ghost) was supposedly keeping seven spirits “hostage” not allowing them to move on.
Other words were spoken throughout the following months that correlated with the haunting as events continued to unfold.
In 2005, a grizzly murder was randomly committed along a lonely stretch of highway 70 near Pampa, Texas. Levi (Lee) King from Missouri randomly exited I-40, followed adjacent highway 70 N, opened fire on a sleeping farming family, killing the four family members. He is currently on death row in Texas
Five years later In early 2010, I was making my way home from Dallas. The hour was late, the night seemed unusually dark, and I had my radar running in the car. I did so often, and the radar had been silent for a good 45 minutes. Suddenly, I heard it speak, “Lee”. I hadn’t noticed, but I was within yards of the house where the murders occurred! Immediately, the screen filled with reds and yellows, and Ghost radar stated (you guessed it) King! Lee King. The man who murderef that wonderful family, with his name stated directly in front of their lone, empty house . I cannot write this off as simple coincidence. Don’t see how anybody could…My chin hit the floor at what I was hearing.
Since then, I have started a podcast based on the paranormal and formed my own team in 2011. The radar played a role in our pre-investigation procedures. My peers wanted to put it to the test. First few times we couldn’t put much together, as there wasn’t much said by the radar other than the random words that are stated during the warm-up period.
However, on several occasions it hit hit the nail on the head in describing the cases..
Most recently: I was to give a speech on deliverance and the nature of darker entities. Murphy’s Law kicked in the day before the event. T-shirts weren’t ready, my special attire was still in a box somewhere in storage from my move to Dallas, the source that I used to fund my trip had been mailed to the wrong address and was unavailable, I was sleep deprived to the point of needing a driver, and several other obstacles. It was as if something was trying to keep me from going.
I turned on my radar while sitting in my chair, stewing and fretting over the fact that I had to push beyond my limits to make the trip happen. Friends were calling as was the event manager. And the person I had arranged to drive for me (another guest) had to fly there for other reasons, creating other unforeseen obstacles. I was just playing with the radar to pass time. I hadn’t turned it on in a while and just randomly did so….at least so I thought. Some random words came up as usual during the warm up. But it quickly got to the point.
I read over the transcript and the main words were as follows:
Driver; travel; disastrous; stage; ceremony; blood; don’t
At first, being in the middle of self- loathing, I paid no attention to the words until I painstakingly attempted to solve the impossible problems. I stopped in my tracks after having ignored my own thoughts that maybe the trip just wasn’t supposed to be.
Several red and yellow blips continuously appeared on the screen. The words made sense. I truly believe that it was a clear warning. I’ve never used the radar as a “crystal ball” to give me answers about my own life. But it provided a clear warning: DONT DO IT!
I relaxed some, and accepted my fate: I truly believe that I was not supposed to make that trip. I soon fell asleep and slept so hard that it would have been impossible to be on time even if I did manage to go. Something felt very natural and “on- target” about having missed the trip. Again, what I believe to be true (not to go) was confirmed by this device. I’m glad that “something” talked me out of it. No person could. Thank you ghosts for what I believe to have been a clear and blood-curdling warning…. It truly works folks!
—Tommy from Rockwall, Texas