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"Yes, my name is Carol."
This EVP was picked up in a cemetery in Brodheadsville, Pennsylvania in June, 2005. It's the crown piece of my paranormal investigation (to date), and thought I'd share. There is, in fact, a gravestone close by with someone named "Carol" buried there. In this EVP you can hear me asking, "Can you tell me your name?" followed behind by a reply, "Yes, my name is Carol" in a clear whisper. There are more of our EVP at www.poconoparanormalresearch.com along with pictures. – John
This here is a class A evp taken in the Winchester Mystery house on October 25th 2003, a time of extream solar activity. We were on a flashlite tour and I had attached a small microphone to my digital recorder and placed it on my back pack which faced away from me. I also made sure to trail the group we were with by at least 15 feet. This EVP came as the group entered the first room of the house. If you listen closely, you can here the poor sound quality of the ambiant noise when compared to the "crisp" and clear quality of the EVP which makes me think that this voice was some how imprinted on my recorder rather then picked up from the microphone itself. I managed to get quite a few EVPs that night, way more then normal. This one is by far the best, in my opinion. – Gene Morris, Seaside Ca
Here are two EVPs recorded in a prison cell at Mansfield Reformatory. No one was around at the time. These were found on the same recording about two minutes apart. The story: Ghost hunters Darla and Tonya entered a prison cell to look through some old papers left behind. They were alone or so they thought. You hear one of them say, "We're not here to take nothing. We just want to look." A few seconds later a seductive-sounding female voice says "Hey there."
"You're a slut"
About two minutes later, a male voice says, "You're a slut." Darla & Tonya hoped it was speaking to the female voice and not to them! Both evps are located near the end of the clips.
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