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Do I Have a Ghost? Now I Can Find Out!

Updated on October 7, 2014

I am glad to learn about this Ghost Meter EMF Sensor, because today I had a strange experience in my new house and I think this gadget might be very helpful. Something happened that I simply cannot explain. Maybe an EMF sensor would provide me with the information I need to know for sure whether or not a ghost was involved.

This device works by measuring electro magnetic fields (EMFs) in your environment. Apparently, it can detect very small variations in the EMF, which is important, because spirits do not give off a big amount of energy. As you probably know, they are very subtle most of the time.

Today two dehumidifiers were emptied at my place during a time when no one was home. I thought the landlord had done it, but I asked him about it later and he said he had not been at the house for several days. Since I have just moved in, I thought maybe a maintenance man had a key, but he said no. The only people who have a key are him and me. He had just changed the locks shortly before I moved in. There are no other keys out there.

Since nothing else was disturbed on the premises, the landlord told me not to worry about it. Yet, how can you not be concerned when two containers that should have been full of water were emptied during a time when no one was there?

I have no logical explanation for this to have happened. The dehumidifiers should have been full, yet both of them were either empty or nearly empty. The last time I had looked at the one in my bedroom, the reservoir was half full. Yet, when I opened it to empty it this morning, it had less than a 1/4 inch of water in the bottom. That makes no sense!

The only other explanation is that there was a supernatural event in the building. If activity like this continues, I will definitely want to get my hands on some kind of ghost meter to see if I can detect subtle variations in the electro-magnetic field that would indicate some kind of super natural force that might be responsible.

Do you think I will find a ghost with this sensor?

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More Ghost Hunting Help

Here are a few other helpful tools that might help me in my ghosthunting endeavor. The books would probably be especially helpful, since I currently do not know anything about this topic.


I don't really have any experience with this topic, so I find it helpful to do some research. Here are some videos I have found helpful.

This real life ghost hunter gives this meter a thumbs up review!

Another experienced ghost hunter approves as well.

This gives more information about how to use this device.

© 2013 Frischy

What do you think? Do you have any advice for me as I seek to discover whether I have an unseen companion in my new home?

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    • poetryman6969 profile image


      4 years ago

      I have always thought it would be cool to have a measuring device to detect, ghosts, incipient earth quakes and the illegal and unethical transfer of control substances by government agencies at the behest and for the benefit of narc-terrorists.

    • SusannaDuffy profile image

      Susanna Duffy 

      5 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      Sounds like pixies to me

    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 

      5 years ago from Central Florida

      Could the machines be malfunctioning so they aren't producing the water they should?

    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 

      5 years ago from Central Florida

      Could the machines be malfunctioning so they aren't producing the water they should?

    • Frischy profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Kentucky, USA

      @Snakesmum: Nope, no animals, but even if there were, they couldn't get inside the machines to drink the water. I don't think that much would evaporate in that amount of time. If that were the case, we wouldn't need to remove the moisture mechanically. Good thinking, though! I would be relieved to come up with some rational explanation! Even a helpful ghost is still dead!

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      5 years ago

      There will be an explanation, you just haven't found it yet. Is there any way animals could get to the water to drink it, for example? Evaporation can use surprising amounts of water too.


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