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Electronic voice phenomena
Electronic Voice Phenomena, or EVP, refers to the claimed occurrence of "spirit voices" that are said to manifest themselves on audio recordings.
Such "voices" are said to be known for being rapid, faint, and often spoken in grammatically unusual and simplifed language - or even multiple languages during the same sentence. The interpretation of such recordings is often highly subjective, and may differ from listener to listener; some listeners may hear nothing at all, while others report hearing specific phrases or sentences.
The alleged phenomenon was first noted by Friedrich Jurgenson, who, after playing back a recording of birdsong in the Swedish countryside, is said to have noticed the presence of a faint Norwegian voice talking about 'birds at night'. Jurgenson assumed this must have been a stray radio broadcast, only there was no radio receiver at the remote location where the recording had been made. Whatever the cause, it prompted Jurgenson to make further recordings in his home.
Voices that were not present during the recording allegedly continued to appear on playback. They were said to refer to him (and his dog) by their names and nicknames, predict an incoming telephone call (and name the caller, Jurgenson's wife), and respond to questions and comment on the people and conversation physically present and accountable for in the room.
Originally posted by LadyV
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