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EVP
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EVP
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Anybody had any experience with EVP ( electronic voice phenomenon ) ?

Ever tried it ? Or had any interesting results ?

Got a preference for tapes or digital ?

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2009-08-27 18:55
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Re: EVP
Topic moved, EVP isn't exactly a supernatural ability...

I sort of have. Once while at school in Gettysburg, PA my friends and I were using a ouija board and I recorded on my hand held recorder (tapes, not digital) and we got some noises that weren't us, but nothing too understandable. I'd probably use digital if I really wanted to pursue it as it's easier to upload to a computer and analyze.

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2009-08-27 19:13
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I have. I think they are fun, no matter what they turn out to be. I'm a member of a paranormal investigation group, here where I live. One of the ladies that is in the group picked up something that sounds really neat, it could be nothing, but it was fun for us to all listen to it over and over again and try to figure out what was being said. This was picked up at a cemetery investigation that I participated in. While I was there I had an experience that someone else also felt/heard. So to find out weeks later that someone picked something up, not at the same time as my experience but in the general location, was just awesome.

Another experience I had, involved a baby monitor, so once more, could have been nothing. It picked up my step fathers voice, freaked me right out.

I prefer digital.

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