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The All-In-One Ghost Hunter Gadget

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Not "By Apple". Not "In China". The GhostArk is "Made by Paranormal Investigators". That's pretty much all you need to know about the multifaceted ghost hunting tool. And they're 100 percent serious.

Okay, so maybe some extra details would be useful. Aimed to help botherers of ghosts, sprites, electronic voice phenomenons (EVPs) and paranormal voices, the GhostArk has been developed by an Italian team of paranormal investigators as the single go-to tool for recording interactions with the "other side". 

Amongst the GhostArk's features is a "Ghost Box", which sweeps various radio waves in the hopes of picking up paranormal chatter, two highly sensitive microphones for EVP recording, an electro magnetic filed meter and a thermometer. Onboard storage (though memory size isn't detailed) will record each of your encounters at the press of a button, like a dictaphone for the undead.

Currently being tested in Venice - an apparent "crossroad of residual energy and sentient entities" - the GhostArk is the brainchild of paranormal expert and experienced blogger Massimo Rossi. Frustrated by a lack of devices to help hunters provide evidence for their interactions with ghosts, Rossi set about developing the GhostArk. You can find out more about the project on the group's blog.  

Set to arrive in the summer, you can order a GhostArk here for around £135.

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