One of the saddest things about a bereavement is that there is no way of finding out if the person that has passed on is OK, wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was some way to reach out across the void and communicate with the deceased?
An American electrical engineer called Gary Galka believes he may have solved the problem by producing a series of electromagnetic detection devices. Gary’s life was turned upside-down in 2004 when his eldest daughter Melissa was just 17 was killed when the car she was driving hit a tree.
Gary and his family claim soon after she died Melissa’s spirit began to try get their attention by ringing the doorbell, changing the TV channel and manipulating the lights, of course they faced a problem because although she could attract their attention they could not contact her even though they were convinced she was nearby…
“There were situations when my wife would start to make lunch with Heather and Jennifer [Melissa’s sisters] and all of sudden they’d feel someone come into the room…I’ve been lying in bed and felt someone come down on my side of the bed and felt a weight on my chest, like someone’s head” Gary said.
Over time Melissa’s presence became more and more tangible…
“It evolved into things like feeling a tap on the shoulder, someone calling out our names and it felt like someone was kissing our foreheads.” Gary commented.
Gary’s younger daughter, Heather even began to see her deceased sibling. The stronger the phenomena became the more Gary knew he had to try and get in contact with his daughter so he put his training as an electrical engineer to good use and designed a series of electric equipment to help him communicate with her spirit.
Using his knowledge of electromagnetic sensors systems, Gary created the Mel-Meter 8704, named after his daughter, the year she was born and the year that Gary believes she passed into the spirit realm; after that he continued to invent hand-held equipment that paranormal researchers can use to detect unusual vibrations in a room, temperature variations – “hot and cold spots” – and other effects associated with the paranormal.
Perhaps his most exciting invention is the ‘Spirit Box’ which he helped develop and which he believes can record responses from any “spirits” that might be present. Using just such a box he claims to have recorded Melissa saying “Hi Daddy, I love you”.
His work has become a great success and he claims to have sold thousands of the devices, which range in price from $79-350 dollars via his company D.A.S. Distribution Inc.
“I’ve created over 30 different products for paranormal research. No one was making products for these people,” he said.
What was one man’s desperate attempt to reach a much missed daughter has turned into a thriving business with a third of the profits from the sales of his paranormal detection devices going to bereavement charities but Gary also thinks bereaved people could benefit from the technology emotionally too;
“I feel compelled to help other bereaved parents, to show these parents that they can live beyond the grief and the be comforted knowing their child is in a good place, to show them they can have hope.” he said.
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