User Story: Gettysburg
Before I begin, I’d like to say that I still am not entirely convinced that this app works, but I have some stories I’d like to share.
Awhile back, I visited Gettysburg with my family. I decided to turn on my ghost radar app for fun, and in the museum, the app said “Lincoln.” I found that interesting. After a bit we went to a graveyard there, and the word “dirt” came up.
Another interesting story I have is from a time when my friend and I decided to walk around the graveyard that is next to his house. I turned on the app, and didn’t really get any relevant responses. We decided to go back to his house, and just as we started to walk away, “follow” came up.
My final story is kind of cool as well. It was the day after the graveyard walk with my friend. I again turned on the app in case something really had followed me, and left it on as I drove to get breakfast. I somewhat jokingly said, “hey, if you really did follow me, can you not mess with me? I’m a busy.” “Driving” was the word that came up a couple seconds after I finished my sentence.
I’m a skeptic, and will continue to be without any hard proof, but I found my experiences to be worth sharing.
—Rebecca from Bluefield WV