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Forget Calling Ghostbusters: Ghost App Translates Words From Spirits

Forget Calling Ghostbusters: Ghost App Translates Words From Spirits

3 Years Ago By Diana Adams

If you believe in ghosts, you will probably think this ghost app is intriguing. If you don’t believe in ghosts, you might still get a kick out of it. This isn’t the first ghost app that claims to translate messages from the other side, but it’s the first one I’ve seen that’s gotten a lot of attention. I think it would fun to play around with it. It’s more ‘Ghostbusters’ and less ‘Blair Witch’ if you know what I mean. In other words, it’s all in good fun.

This ghost app is called Spirit Story Box, and according to the website, the “exclusive story engine may allow spirit energy to communicate with multi-word answers.” It also has “mesmerizing energy swarm visualizations.” If you are a non-believer, just think of this as a random word generator packaged as something more sophisticated.

Supposedly this app picks up electrical currents, and it translates those into words. If you believe spirits or ghosts can manipulate electrical energy to communicate, then you’ll probably get all kinds of messages from the afterlife when using this app.

This app was created by two ghost hunters named Roger Pingleton and Jill Beitz. Their goal was to create the best ghost app possible. They use their app on their ghost hunting expeditions, and they say it works. They say that on one expedition, it was communicating words that were specific to the area they were in. The thing is, there is no way to prove that an app like this works. You either believe it works or you don’t.

In the end, it doesn’t really matter if this app works or not. If you have fun with it, it will probably be worth the $.99 it will cost you. You can pick it up on the iTunes link below.

Spirit Story Box Ghost App

(If you don’t believe in that kind of thing – think of it as a random word generator)




Via: [Discovery News] [Huffington Post] [Mail Online]

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