Date:6th July, 2007 Type:Residential
Location Title:EVP Experiments City/State:Blue Springs, MO
Investigation Times:08:00 PM - 10:00 PM Status:Analysis
Sunrise:05:56 AM Sunset:08:46 PM
High Temperature:89 °F Low Temperature:66 °F
Sky Condition:Clear Wind:SE at 1 mph
Lunar Phase:Waning Gibbous % disk visible:60%
Solar X-Rays:Active Geomagnetic Field:Quiet
On this particular night, the location wasn't as important as what we were doing, although we did choose to perform these EVP experiments at a location we have previously investigated.
What we set out to do this night was try using different types of background noise to record EVPs to see which, if any, produced the best results. We used White Noise, Pink Noise, Brown Noise, and a "Spiricom" noise. This Spiricom noise was taken from the original recordings by George Meek and William O'Neil.
Angela Hodge:When we started the session, I could hear what sounded like chitter-chatter immediatly. I kept hearing a man's voice. Nothing of any importance. Sounded mostly like babbling and rambling words. It was pretty cool to try out on using the system we did.
Bryan Kaplan:A few members of the group conducted an experiment of using White Noise, as well as different types of noise while conducting an EVP session. The location this was done at has had a past in regards to paranormal activity. The results were minimal.
Becky Ray:This was a very interesting evening. I used my RCA RP 5012B digital recorder.
We started with white noise in the background while we listened and asked questions. All of us reported hearing what sounded like distant conversations in the background, and we even turned off the noise a few times to make sure we weren't picking up noise from outside the room. What is really interesting about this is that while all of us reported hearing it at the time, these sounds were not recorded on my recorder.
I am still reviewing my audio files from the night, and have already found a couple of possible EVPs during the white noise section. I'll continue my notes and post EVPs as I find them.
After we had been listening to the white noise for a while, we all thought we were hearing distant conversations. Bryan stopped the white noise, and it immediately became silent. Right before the comment that we don't hear it now, there is a faint voice.
Submitted by Becky