This is one report that sends uneasiness within me like an old woman is when dry bones are mentioned in a proverb.
We all know and believe the dead are gone (ok, maybe not all of us) but this father...hmmm...
Any parent grieving the death of their child would go to any lengths to hear the child's voice one last time. But how many of them would actually invent a device for it? Electrical Engineer Gary Galka from Connecticut did just that.
According to Gary, the communication between his family started days after his 17-year-old daughter Melissa died in 2004 in a car accident. The doorbell would ring, TV channels would change and lights would turn on and off on their own. That's when he realized that his dead daughter had something to tell them.
Gary created a device to help her, and is now the owner of a thriving business in paranormal detection devices. Over the years, he has sold thousands of such devices, between $79 and $350 in price. He has invented over 30 different products that are meant exclusively for paranormal research.
The Galka family was recently featured on a Travel Channel TV Program called "Ghost Adventures" where they Galkas claim to have made contact with their dead daughter, and to have seen her as well. They insist Melissa is indeed present around them and the instruments he invented are proof of it.
One of the devices plays out a voice saying, "Hi Daddy, I love you." Also, according to Gary, "when he was sitting on the bed I felt her lay her head on my chest." He says he has never seen Melissa, but his younger daughter Heather has, three times. It has been reported that other members of the family and even people who aren't related have seen the girl at the house.
Just imagine if this device is sold in Nigeria???