Tracey's Electronic Voice
Tracey sent in
some more electronic voice phenoma known as EVP from her ghost
investigations. You will be intrigued to hear a child's voice on one of
the recordings and a man in the background asking her to follow him. Was
this the ghost of the man accused of raping a lady in the
Jason's Electronic Voice
Gettysburg is internationally known
as a haunted battlefield and Jason has had his own experiences there.
These EVP are some of his record of the ghosts haunting the place of Civil War
tragedy. Check them out and see what you think!
Lake Shawnee Electronic Voice
Gear of Mountaineer Ghosts recorded some electronic voice phenomena at this
famous West Virginia haunted amusement park. Listen to three of
Cunningham Run Electronic Voice Phenomena
Gear recorded another interesting electronic voice phenomena during a ghost
investigation in West Virginia at Cunningham Run Settlement. Do you hear
what may be a Native American or early settler?
Strawberry Chapel Electronic Voice
Joelle captured a
muffled reply to her question. You may need headphones to tune into this
electronic voice phenomena.
Bunker Electronic Voice
and Peggy capture a ghost whispering and laughing in the background as they
recorded this electronic voice phenomena.
Electronic Voice Phenomena
PRISM recorded some sad voices
of murdered children in a haunted home. This is actually heard on a video
presentation of the electronic voice phenomena.
Firehouse Electronic Voice
need headphones to hear the male voice speak in response to Polly Gear's
Moundsville Electronic Voice
The West Virginia State Penitentiary yields some
ghost voices on these two electronic voice phenomena!
October Electronic Voice
Faint response of a month to Polly's
question asking "What year is
it." Headphones needed to hear this electronic voice phenomena clearly.
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What is electronic voice
Electronic voice phenomena is also known as EVP and is a form of ITC (instrumental
transcommunication). Electronic voice phenomena was discovered in the
1960s by accident. Today, many record electronic voice phenomena as
part of ghost investigations. Below are some examples of EVP recordings.