Electronic Voice Phenomena

I admit it, I love EVPs. The spookier the better. If I can find someone breathing into the microphone that has no actual lungs -- I'm all over it. My friend Barb and her partner Michael set up shop at his house for a podcast last summer, while chatting about ghosts and hauntings they were bombarded with interruptions from the other side. What do you think about EVPs? Proof or a lot of hooey?

http://fromspirit.net/shows/fromspirit10_6_06.wma

6 comments:

Bk30 said...

bring 'em on, I say. I like them and don't think they are hooey at all. Easier to catch than full body apperitions less dodgey than orbs.

Stacey said...

Orbs are a whole other blog; there are too many variables to make them a real consideration! Though I do enjoy seeing the ones with the creepy baby face, lol!

barbmallon said...

I found you! Yay! lol. Well, you KNOW what I think! I have a cool one from Fells Point, MD too from the Admiral Fell Inn. Woo! Write me and I'll send it! Hugs Stacey!

jen.nifer said...

Omg, this site gives me the heebie jeebies. Hehe. Yikes. EVPs... -- is that what the film 'White Noise' was all about? Or am I thinking of something else?

Stacey said...

Yep, White Noise took the premise of EVPs and made them sinister. Muhahahahaah

David Wisehart said...

I'm skeptical of white noise phenomena, because the human brain is a pattern recognition machine. We look for patterns in everything, and create patterns where there are none.

I've often heard voices in the white noise of the shower, especially if I've been awake all night.

I once went three days without sleep and the voices stayed with me for a week.

Wait, I think I hear someone calling...