EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena)







Electronic voice phenomena, or EVP’s, are a strange but exciting product of the interface between technology and the spirit world, offering a new way for the dead to communicate with the living.

EVP is the appearance of faint voices on audio recorder, making strange and often nonsensical utters, despite no one being present to make them. The basic method of producing EVP is to record silence and then playback and listen for voices. Any that do appear tend to be so faint they are barely audible over background static. EVP researchers have discovered that the voices are more pronounced when being questioned by someone. The presence of white noise, such as from a fan, seems to make the message clearer.


Thomas Edison and EVP

Thomas Edison is the “father of EVP” because of an interview he gave to Scientific American magazine in the 1920’s in which he said that the human personality survives after experiencing death.
He went on to say it might be possible to construct an apparatus which will be so delicate that if there are personalities in another existence or sphere who wish to get in touch with us in this existence or sphere, this apparatus will at least give them a better opportunity to express themselves than the tilting tables and raps, Ouija boards, mediums or other methods assumed to be the only means of communication.
The examples of EVP given here have been taken from youtube.  I do not know of their authenticity, they remain fictual until proven otherwise, they are posted here for vewing purposes only and it is up to you to decide if you want to believe or not.


(The examples of EVP given here have been taken from youtube.  I do not know of their authenticity, they remain fictual until proven otherwise, they are posted here for vewing purposes only and it is up to you to decide if you want to believe or not.)


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