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Manic Monday: Ghost Hunting In Covington GA


Ghost Hunting In Covington GaWe absolutely must say that our little band of bloggers are quite the skeptics when it comes to Ghost Hunting in Covington, Ga. Yes, we hear all the stories and personal accounts of encounters with other worldly beings at the stores and historic homes around our small town, but at times it is a bit of a stretch for us to imagine something we haven’t experienced firsthand. At least, until now…

  

Quite by accident, while waiting to take one of the Historical Ghost Tours, we happened upon an
Android and iPhone app called Ghost Hunting Tools. After reading the reviews, we decided to give it a try while we were on our tour, just to see what would happen.

The usual disclaimers apply about the Ghost Hunting Tools app being for entertainment purposes, but it did make our Covington Georgia ghost hunting adventure a big more spooky. In areas known or reported to have activity, the EMF detector sounded and words appeared on the screen that were eerily on-topic. For instance, while walking through the cemetery, the words “captain” and “heard” came through. We didn’t think anything of those two words together as they seem a tad innocuous. However, the following morning, we drove back to the cemetery on Conyers Street to the place we received those words. Imagine our surprise to discover the gravestone of a Martha S Mobley (1848 – 1937) announcing she was married to a Captain G.D. Heard (1841 – 1910). Could it be that Martha or Captain Heard were trying to communicate with us?

Don’t take our word for it. If you are visiting our town and have a mind to experiment, why not download the Ghost Hunting Tools app during your evening walk and let us know what you experience? Take a moment to post a pic on Instagram, Tweet or Post on our Timeline what the Ghosts of Covington Ga say to you!

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