Tommy's Journey: January 30, 2010
First off, I had to get comfortable with the device. Easy. I’ve
learned that the app simply shows what is perhaps present rather than
trying to conjure up spirits (assuming you believe in the
supernatural—which I have come to believe!).
I could tell many stories, but I’ll pick a couple. First off, my
radar is most active between midnight and 2 am.
I travel often late at night, and I keep my radar on most of the
time. There is a spot on a particularly lonely stretch of highway. A
historical marker is in place in this area. The past four times that
I’ve passed the landmark, the screen suddenly lights up with red and
yellow colors. Sometimes this happens right before I get to the
landmark, and sometimes after. But, thus far, i’ve always seen
glitches on the screen. Nothing in particular has been vocalized; at
least nothing I’ve noticed.
Also, I write poetry (I try anyway!). I keep my iPhone beside me on
it’s doc on the desk. I will often run the radar for a lengthy period
while writing. Two times in the midst of my writing, the otherwise
silent radar has stated “poetry” and the first time it spoke once more
and stated “pen”. I sat still as a zombie, not frightened but amazed.
No fortune telling thus far, but at least it acknowledges what I am
doing (and claims it as poetry!). Maybe the only acknowledgment I
ever receive, but hey! They know the facts…at least I am told.