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Mr. Ghost EMF Detector Lets You Go on a Ghost Hunt with Your iPhone

by Hazel Chua
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Depending on the accessory, you can transform your iPhone into a video game console, a bottle opener, a wallet, a pepper spray, and now a ghost detector. Yes, all of these accessories except for the latter function are already available in the market today. The last one will soon be available as well, since the gizmo that will make it possible is still currently up for funding on Kickstarter.

mr_ghost_emf_radiation_detectorBasically, the EMF detector, dubbed as “Mr. Ghost,” works with an app to help you detect and track the source of invisible electromagnetic radiation in your house, at your office, at school, and in virtually any place where you suspect that there might be ghosts. Yes, I know that EM radiation isn’t actually left behind by ghosts, but it still might come in handy for detecting actual sources of electromagnetic interference.

The accessory plugs right into your iPhone’s headphone jack, so no set-up required. Just fire up the app and point your device any which way you want it to and you’re good to go.

Mr. Ghost is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $20(USD) will get you one of your very own.



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