In this EVP clip from a recent ghost box session I was following up on previous recordings where I have asked about the paranormal world in general. Previous voices I have heard suggested that it is a secret that we don’t know a great deal about ghosts and spirits. In this particular investigation I asked will I only find out the answers when I’m there myself, the disembodied voice replying certainly gave me an answer. paranormal or not, coincidence or not? In my personal opinion, coincidence can only go so far and when answers like this come through time and time again, at some point you have to start considering that something intelligent is indeed communicating. But as ever, nothing can be ruled out until proven otherwise.
EVP or electronic voice phenomena as it is known is thought to be voices of those passed away trying to communicate with us captured on electronic devices. When trying to capture EVP, you can sit and ask questions or leave an audio recording device in a quiet room. When you play these recordings back, sometimes you will hear voices that were not present at the time, answering your questions or talking in general. This area of paranormal research was popularised when the film White Noise was released in 2005 starring Michael Keaton. The most popular method of capturing EVP is by using ordinary tape or digital audio dictaphone’s or recording devices. One of the pioneers in this field was Dr Konstantin Raudive (1909 – 1974) and his experiments are still much talked about today.