A Ghost named Randy-EVP Add Video

Posted by texpart on April 14, 2010 at 9:46 PM 2730 Views

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Reply texpart
9:58 AM on November 8, 2010 
Hey Chris!
Yes for the most part actually.
Disembodied voices seem to "piggyback" on conversation. What I mean by piggyback is that they use the energy in convesations or evp sessions to react or answer.
When we do an investigation we usually do an evp session by asking questions or talking about events or facts that we have for the case. We then gauge our evidence based on reactions not caused by our investigators or in this case-answers to questions directly related to what is asked. There were three investigators in this area at the time. One asked questions, the other two would respond to activity or personal experiences by "tagging" those events on the recorder. Tagging is the way we mark things on film or recording that we want to note and look for later at review. With so much time and space to cover, events or facts sometimes get remembered inaccurately or forgotten until review time when the small tagged reminders come across on the recorders. Unfortunately, while distracting, talking does seem a necessary tool for EVP sessions. I hope this helps.
JJ
Reply Chris
1:32 PM on November 7, 2010 
Do the people in the background usually talk through the entire investigation?