posted on Dec, 18 2009 @ 07:00 PM
reply to post by NJE03
Yes, but they are glitches in the Telco's operating equipment. Those type of events don't get recorded on the originating phone.
If your Dads phone shows that your number was dialled from it, then your number was dialled from it. No if's, No but's..
Are you trying to say that you suspect that something, maybe a Ghost or some other entity, Pressed the Buttons on the KeyPad of your Dads Phone to
dial your phone?
If you had said that yor dads phone had called your phone and the number was not recorded, then that would be another story. Phones can only record
what happens, same as your screen records the keys pressed when you press them. If a key is not pressed then nothing is recorded. Sometimes a little
peice of dirt or a faulty keyboard may allow a key to appear pressed but that is just a random thing. You don't see words typed out just as you
won't see a phione number typed out in order unless it's in speed dialling. You sometimes see this when someone has their phone in their pocket and
they sit down. Their phone then rings their Friend/Mother/Father/Sister/Brother/cousin/nephew/Local Police without even realising it. It's still not
Now, Maybe, and this is a big maybe,. When your Dads Phone is in it's charger, after a while it get's warm and then expands, Pressing itself against
it's holder where it then presses a key for a period. This might activate your number under speed dialling and then dials your number. I doubt it, I
could never imagine it happening and I think it's far fetched. But, could it happen? Yes it could....
Anyhow, however you want to look at it. Because the number has been recorded, it has been dialled from your dads phone. Physically...