A grief-stricken electrical engineer believes he has found a way to communicate with his dead daughter eight years after her death.
Using his expertise to design and build a series of electromagnetic detection devices, Gary Galka claims to have even recorded his eldest daughter Melissa saying, ‘Hi Daddy, I love you.’
Devastated by his girls death in a car accident on her way home in 2004 at the age of 17, Gary and his family started to experience unexplained phenomena at their Connecticut home days after the fatal accident according to the Hartford Courant.
Gary Galka has used his expert knowledge to create a series of electromagnetic devices that he says allow him to communicate with his daughter.
‘She started doing things like ringing the doorbell, changing TV channels, turning lights on and off,’ said Gary who runs D.A.S. Distribution Inc. in East Granby and lives with his wife Cindy and two other daughters, Jennifer and Heather.
‘There were situations when my wife would start to make lunch with Heather and Jennifer 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.
Melissa Galka died in 2004 following a car crash and her family believe that she has been a constant spirit presence in their lives ever since
‘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.’
Convinced these were after-death communications (ADC’s), Gary set about creating specific devices so that he could talk with his eldest girl.
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.
Developing additional devices, such as a ‘Spirit Box’ , Gary has recorded his daughter saying, ‘Hi Daddy, I love You.’