In culture after culture, people believe that the soul lives on after death, that rituals can change the physical world and divine the truth, and that illness and misfortune are caused and alleviated by spirits, ghosts, saints ... and gods.

STEVEN PINKER, How the Mind Works

Monday, June 11, 2012

Gary Galka creates ghost hunting devices to speak to his dead daughter

Hey everybody! Here is an article that you may find interesting. The video is also interesting.

Gary Galka's devices made for paranormal research
  • He records a "spirits voice" on TV show
  • Researcher thinks devices could be suspect

  • A FATHER has created a "ghost hunting" device to communicate with his dead daughter.
    Gary Galka, from Connecticut in the US, appeared on the TV show Ghost Adventures to demonstrate how the device can record the voice of a spirit.

    Mr Galka lost his daughter, Melissa, eight years ago in a car crash but said he constantly feels her presence, reports.

    He said it was this connection that made him design over 30 different products for paranormal research, and has named them after his daughter.

    Mr Galka demonstrated one of his devices on the show by playing a recorded voice believed to be a spirit saying:

    "Hi Daddy, I love you."
    "No one was making products for these people," Mr Galka said.

    His devices are sold through the Professional Measurement website and range from $79 to about $350.

    The device used to capture the voice on Ghost Adventures is the Mel-8704-SB7-EMF meter, which is said to detect a range of electromagnetic and temperature changes. It also has an AM/FM scanner, includes glow-in-the-dark buttons, and includes an "exclusive P-SB7 Integrated Sprit Box".

    However, paranormal researcher Joe Nickell at the Center for Inquiry said such electromagnetic frequency readings are suspect.

    "They're surprised that they're getting results in an old house, when in fact there are all sorts of non-ghost sources such as faulty wiring, nearby microwave towers, sunspot activity and so on,” Mr Nickell told radio company NPR

    He also said the electronic equipment being carried around by the TV crew has electromagnetic fields.

    1 comment:

    Anonymous said...

    Very interesting. However if you watched the show more carefully you would have seen that Mr. Galka used his RT-EVP real time digital recorder with 15Hz response frequency and simultaneous playback to communicate with his daughter. The other device used was his P-SB7 frequency sweep device. Mr. Galka does not use EMF and Temperature measuremnt Instruments (Mel Meter)to communicate. Pay attention people.