When Selena Gomez felt that ‘ghosts are real’ and revealed she had apps to hunt them

When Selena Gomez said she thinks ghosts are real, and N said:
Selena Gomez believes Ghost is real and she even once showed which app to find (Photo Credit – Selena Gomez / Instagram)

Do you believe in the supernatural, in ghosts? Well, if your answer is yes, then you are not alone. According to an earlier conversation by actress-singer Selena Gomez, she also falls into this category. In a 2015 interview, she not only admitted that she believed in them, but she also revealed that she had apps on her phone to help her find them.

In a 2015 conversation, Selena got candid about her belief in ghosts and even opened a ghost hunting app that she uses. She also admitted that she uses the app to assess if there are ghosts in the various locations she visits during her tour. Read more.

During a 2015 appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Selena Gomez became candid about her belief in ghosts. She even added that she uses her cell phone to search for the ghosts from beyond the grave everywhere she goes. She told the host, “believe in ghosts, so I have a ghost app.”

Selena Gomez went on to add, “I believe ghosts can tap into technology, why not right?” The singer-actress then grabbed her phone and launched the ghost-hunting app to test the NBC studios for ghosts. Seeing this, Jimmy Fallon giggled as he said, “This is going to scare me.”

While Selena was running the app, strange wave formations and unexplained numbers appeared on her cell phone screen. A few seconds later, the app pronounced the word “kids” in a gruff, sinister tone. Ms. Gomez echoed what the app said, asking the studio audience, “Kids…I don’t have kids, so they must be mad at you.”

While Jimmy Fallon made fun of the app, Gomez insisted he once picked up people she knew “by name.” Here’s a partial snippet of Selena’s interview:

Speaking of the app on her phone, Selena Gomez had the Ghost Hunter M2 app, an application that measures audio signals and magnetic fields to find invisible creatures and powers. Not only does the app look like a high-tech tool from your favorite sci-fi movies, but it also offers a three-axis redundancy filter, a spatial displacement instrument, a barometer instrument, and a luxscope instrument with a light sensor. Amazing, right?! At the time of this interview, the app costs $0.99 on the iTunes Store.

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