The voices in this video are heard a lot clearer using headphones or earbuds, as with all EVP clips. In this short film I make contact with Martin and what I find strange is, talking with a lot of ghost box researchers, the name Martin is very common. Is there more to this name, or is it co incidence? Some of the replies that are heard in this recording absolutely blew my mind. The chances of getting the exact answers that you will hear, to the questions that was asked are miniscule. I mean, with the tiniest of radio segments that the ghost box sweeps through, what are the odds on getting exact and full answers to my questions at that precise moment in time? I have researched the paranormal for many years now and always approach anything with a healthy dose of skeptisism and always try to debunk anything captured. I am truly finding it hard to not believe that the EVP’s you hear are not of paranormal origin!!!
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.