I am in no way an expert in this but I do know a wee bit and have used the P-SB7 for instrumental transcommunication(ghost box). As well as EVP
I feel Steve Huff is an attention seeker. The majority of his EVPs sound as if he manipulates them through audio editing programs. In fact, I'm
willing to wager he speeds up, slows down and reverses many.
True EVPs should only need a boost in decibles. If any other filtration is used, it becomes too easy to debate. But a true, unfiltered, class A EVP
shouldn't need any manipulation. I feel only class A's should be considered as possible evedince and all others disregarded for random noise
As to his ghost box sessions, he may truly feel he is capturing spirit voices but sadly, chances are he is not. I say this because one can capture
spirit voices in just the sweeping white noise.
My P-SB7 gets radio channel hits on two spots when it sweeps the channels. Both in the 90's, so I get about 2 minutes of just white noise channel
sweeps. I have done this repeatedly and everytime the channel radio hits occur at the same two frequencies.
It is because of this, I can then discern actual responses to my questions. Steve Huff just accepts any radio hit as a response. When in my own
research I receive responses at times within my frequency sweeps to help discern between radio and possible entity contact.
Also in my research, the spirit voices sound like they come from the speaker in a different way than normal radio hits.
When it comes down to it, there are really two main opinions to instrumental transcommunication:
1. The more radio chatter, the better the results. (Steve Huff and others)
2. The less radio chatter, the more factual the results. (myself and others)
I feel Steve really believes he is capturing communication with other entities, and to some degree, he may. But many times flights of fancy get the
best of us and in my opinion, Steve Huff is a classic example of this.
edit on 12/17/2014 by mcx1942 because: rotund fingers