posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 12:24 PM
Originally posted by VegHead
I can't wait to have time to see all the videos. For now, I had to cut to the "good stuff" and watch the EVP footage. I was a bit confused by the
first sound. It sounded exactly like an e-mail or message chime that you'd get on a computer or smartphone. Was there supposed to be some other
sound to hear?
The second one - that laugh sound just like a woman laughing. Possibly crying, but I'm betting on laughing. Like a chuckle, but very distinct. But
there were other people talking in the background, which makes it seem like this wasn't a very well controlled environment. Can you be certain this
wasn't just someone who was there chuckling. Maybe they forgot they did it? (Again, though, i apologize since I haven't seen the first too videos
yet. Maybe these will resolve any concerns about the enviroment. When I have a couple of hours to set aside, I will watch them all!)
The third one sounded like "I'm jealous of this *something*... ugh!" or "I'm jealous that this court... ugh!"
Fourth one did sound like "hold on".
Again, my main worry as an outsider who has not had a chance to see the first two videos is that there was some contamination there. I was hearing
investigators talking while an EVP session was being conducted, which made it difficult to know what, exactly, you were picking up.
Thanks again - this is great stuff. I'm looking forward to seeing the first two videos tomorrow when I have more time!
Thank you for your comments and criticisms. Both are welcome.
The evp is right before the chime of the cell phone, cell phone actually goes overtop the EVP sadly
I think this is the "baby" it kept doing these "uh" sounds through out the footage. I captured it several times but this is only one that was loud
enough that it was worth bothering putting on EVP video. I am very selective about what I will put up, if it can't be clearly heard without extreme
level boost/audio processing I won't put it up. There is more EVP's but these are the clearest. The baby is on many different recorders during both
investigations we went. It is like baby which can't speak trying to respond to a question... very odd.
I agree about the problems with contamination, I wasn't there when these EVP's were caught, I came to the second session which was at night and we
controlled the contamination better. I agree that the woman laughing/crying has a lot of noise contamination but there were only three people in
house, it is VERY SMALL and paper thin walls. Jan (researcher asking question) is in the kitchen, Melony (client) and Curt (Jan's husband and
researcher) were talking in living room. There is no other woman inside or outside the house that could have done this.
You can clearly hear Melony speaking during the chuckle/cry so it is not her. You can clearly hear Jan asking question and tell she is not one making
the sound (and she verified this when i asked) so it is EVP.
Sometimes you don't get the best situation when you are small group researching. TV shows have insurance and liability coverage so home owners will
leave home. And in this case all the activity centers on client anyways (it could be her causing everything if some poltergeist theories are true).
I hope to improve evidence collecting techniques as we go, but I am new to group and would be rude to do to much to fast if you know what I mean. I
will suggest more as we go on. And all comments and suggestions are welcome.
The most startling evidence to me is the hour long Q&A session. Never experience anything like this. Where several spirits seemingly directly answered
all our questions and confirmed clients testimony.