It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Electronic voices are also called "Raudive voices," named after a Latvian psychologist, Konstantin Raudive, a leading researcher into the phenomenon during the 1960s and 1970s. Raudive was inspired by the experimentation of Fredrich Jurgenson, Swedish opera singer, painter, and film producer. In 1959 Jurgenson tape recorded songs of birds in the Swedish countryside near his villa. When playing the tape back he heard a male voice discussing "nocturnal bird songs" in Norwegian. At first, Jurgenson thought he had picked up a radio broadcast, and then thought it seemed strange that such an accident should be discussing bird songs. He made more tapings. During the tapings he heard no voices, but on play backs he heard many voices, which seem to have personal information for him, plus instructions as how to record more voices.
This phenomenon has been investigated by many psychical researchers around the world and has generated much controversy. While some researchers agree the voices are paranormal others attribute them to natural sounds such as someone rubbing the case of a tap recorder, or the white sounds on tape.
Between the years of 1970 and 1972, the Society for Psychical Research in London commissioned D. J. Ellis to investigate the phenomenon. Ellis concluded that the voices most likely were a natural phenomenon. He indicated that the interpretation of the sounds was highly subjective and was susceptible to the imagination.
Originally posted by William One Sac
I have not downloaded any mp3's as of yet, but I have been listening to these wav files for a while now. I really want to try this out for myself, so I am going to invest in a small digital recorder. Although I could upload anything I find with a regular tape recorder, I can never seem to get the things reassembled after I take them apart!
Originally posted by Bangin
Here are some great EVP's. I haven't listened to these in months, but I remember hearing some very spooky ones!
Originally posted by Gislebertus
Be careful when you do any clean up of your audio... Any type of electronic "enhancements" may actually detract from your evidence.
Originally posted by mcs1627
all i know is that the first part of it was a modem.