posted on Oct, 16 2008 @ 03:21 PM
After listening to it in more detail, I suggest that the voice on the tape is French, not British. My French is not all that good, so I'm not sure
exactly what she's saying.
The first clip, that sounds like, "Hello, is there someone there?' actually to me sounds like "ay coo tay oom behr," or (Allo? Ecoutez Humbert.)
Or something like that.
The second clip? Something like "conte nuit" or "quand de nuit... quelle nuit?" (con tay noo ee) (kell nee) or (clow nee).
I can't make it out, but I'm pretty sure it's French. Anybody here speak really good French?
Oh, but where would a French woman's voice come from that they couldn't hear with their ears but could bleed into their little crummy sound
recorders? How about a radio or TV audio broadcast from Canada? Montreal, specifically, which is only about 140 miles away, and with the hotel being
on top of a mountain to get the transmission.
It could have been picked up with the equipment and never heard by the guys. And it would explain why some of the talking is not ask-and-response,
but the voice talking right over the top of them, such as when they first come into the room. Clever editing made it seem much more conversational
than it really was. Recheck the video.
Unfortunately, it would be very difficult to research and find all the various TV and radio broadcasts that were happening in Montreal at the time
they were doing this.
So, it was interesting, but I don't think it really qualifies as ghost communication, whatever that means.
[edit on 16-10-2008 by Nohup]