I am ghost hunter, a paranormal investigator
I live in Dunkirk, New York, I have been a
EVP investigator for four years, and what
I plan to do with the info recorded voices
of ghosts I have gathered is to share it with
people. I work with two other wonderfully
dedicated investigates on the team, Kenny
Narducci, and Tim Carrow, both paranormal
researchers dedicated to finding new technology
to enhance and better understand EVP's.
The name of our group is Ghost Searchers
Society. We are an organization dedicated
to the research and development of electronic
voice phenomenon (EVP) and Instrumental TransCommunication
(ITC), and other paranormal research. Our
goal is to help people contact loved ones
that have passed on through the EVP process
by continually experimenting and developing
advanced techniques for the recording of EVP.
We are interested in how the EVP recordings
work and what can be done to improve the clarity
of such recordings.
On our journey of all that goes bump in the
dark of night and the light of day... We are
prepared for anything to happen as we explore
the world of ghosts, haunting's, and the spine
tingling proof offered in EVP (electronic
voice phenomena). Contacting the Dead in the
Electronic Age. Forget about Ouija boards,
séances and spiritual mediums. The
way to communicate with the dead in the 21st
century is through electronics. No one can
deny that computers and electronics have revolutionized
life on this planet. And so to it has to Ghost
My other affiliation is with Maine EVP Research.
It is our hope this web site will continue
to be a learning tool for those who are
on their quest in this life for an understanding
the Spirit World. Maine EVP Research exchanges
theories, information, methods, and our
experiences among fellow EVP Researchers.
It is in our hopes by sharing with others
our own work and knowledge we have obtained
we can perhaps bring information that is
scattered through the world to all EVP Researchers.
like to educate the public on communicating
with spirit. Connecting with the next plane
of existence is very real and possible.
By our experiences, we can teach others
to understand and improve their natural
abilities to make direct contact with the
other side. Using these natural abilities
and today's technology, we can provide physical
evidence of the Continuity of Life.
site has quite a few EVP's to listen to,
from the site's staff and from its readers.
Articles include information on methods
and techniques for capturing good EVP's.
How I personally got started in researching
EVP's is when my mom passed away. I wanted
to know more about life after death... So
one night I was listening to Coast to Coast
with Art Bell and he had Barbara McBeath from
The Ghost Investigators Society G I.S. with
their recordings new selection of actual recorded
voices of ghosts, EVP's, so I figured I would
give it a try. And as they say, "The
rest is Voices from the Other Side Paranormal
My mom's grave site June 14,2005. This was
recorded six years to the day she passed on.
This is the my cousin Ronnie. Record In Saint
Anthony Cemetary, Dunkirk, NY, May 30,2006.
Can You Hear Them? ... Listen... The Dead
Do SpeaK Sometimes, But Only In Whispers.
EVP's, also called Electronic
Voice Phenomena research. “EVP
is a process whereby unexplained snatches
of voice or voices are embedded onto magnetic
recording tape by a process that is not yet
fully understood. The embedded "ghost"
voice can be heard when the magnetic audio
tape is played back on a standard tape recorder/player.”
Attempts to contact the dead have persisted
through the ages, but interest in using technology
to speak with the deceased arose during the
early 20th century. In the 1920s, the great
American inventor Thomas Edison told a reporter
for Scientific American that he was working
on creating a machine that could contact the
“Ghost voices or actual spirit sounds
and recordings that typically last only for
a few seconds.
Both EVP's here" Below" were recorded
in my home Sept.15, 2006.
Listening To The Dead
This usually intense concentration is required
in order to hear the voices on the tape, which
usually has to be replayed several times in
order to decipher the speech. The use of headphones
is always highly recommended.”
I am asking if there are
any spirits here today that would like to
say something and the spirit says, Your In
Big Trouble. Your_in_big_trouble.wav
To hear these voices of the dead from Michael
Friman's EVP's on this page, use the highlighted
links in " .wav
Blue" below. A new page will open
and play the EVP.
All Dead Wav. Recorded
in civil war cemetery on Aug. 4, 2006.
Pulled A Muscle .wav recorded
in haunted warehouse in Fredonia N .Y. on
March 17, 2006
recorded in haunted war house in Fredonia
N .Y. on March 17, 2006
Recorded in Dunkirk, NY cemetery on May
Recorded Dunkirk Cemetery on August 1, 2006
night I get scared over here wav
Recorded June 28, 2006 in the Fredonia Cemetery
These are the EVP's of
the little boy ghost that haunts my house.
.WAV This is the little boy ghost
that haunts my house the first one my cat
meows and the little boy spirit voice will
say kitty. Recorded Jan. 8, 2006
AND DADDY BROKE UP .WAV He will
say mommy and daddy broke up. Recorded June
.WAV A train goes by and he says
papa. Recorded Jan. 8, 2006
Christmas .Wav This EVP was recorded
in my house on Dec. 24, 2005 the voice is
of Walter another spirit who visits my house
now and then.
CEMETERY, Chautauqua County, NY
recall Westfield as that small town in western
New York State in which the little girl, Grace
Bedell, lived who wrote the letter to newly-elected
Abraham Lincoln that he would look nice with
a beard. Lincoln subsequently grew the famous
whiskers and, in February 1861, came to Westfield
to visit her.
Cemetery is an old burying ground in the center
of town, and contains about 100 Civil War
graves, many of them of 112th New York Infantry
troops. There are also about a dozen Revolutionary
War veterans buried there, as well as other
American conflicts. Many members of Colonel
Thomas C. Devin's brigade are buried in this
old cemetery in Westfield, New York, the following
grave sites of members of other units were
found. Two are from New York units and the
third from the 6th Ohio.
Westfield Cemetary Sep. 9, 2006.
I am taking a picture of Kenny at a grave
site and you will hear a EVP say stop the
Patterson (1799-1879) — of Westfield,
Chautauqua County, N.Y. Born in Londonderry,
Rockingham County, N.H., November 11, 1799.
Brother of William Patterson. Republican.
Member of New York state legislature, 1832;
Lieutenant Governor of New York, 1849-50;
U.S. Representative from New York 33rd District,
1877-79. Died in Westfield, Chautauqua County,
N.Y., October 15, 1879. Interment at Westfield
I Love You. wav
That's The past. wav
Helen will not speak to John
42 years after their passing from what I can
gather John was unfaithful to Helen. The first
time John came to me he said Helen I love
you, second time he said Helen that's the
past and that is when I figured out they were
still having marriage problems, and the third
one I am talking to Helen to try and get them
together and she tells me no. recorded July
6,7, and 12, 2006.
recorded in the Willow Brook Cemetary in Dunkirk
Main Street Cemetery
Forest Hill Cemetery
Fredonia, Chautauqua County, New York
Politicians buried here:
Warren Brewster Hooker (1856-1920)
— also known as Warren B. Hooker —
of Fredonia, Chautauqua County, N.Y. Born
in New York, 1856. Republican. U.S. Representative
from New York 34th District, 1891-99; Justice
of New York Supreme Court 8th District, 1900-03.
Died in 1920. Interment at Forest Hill Cemetery.
Francis Smith Edwards (1817-1899) —
of New York. Born in Windsor, Broome County,
N.Y., May 28, 1817. U.S. Representative from
New York 33rd District, 1855-57. Died in Dunkirk,
Chautauqua County, N.Y., May 20, 1899. Interment
at Forest Hill Cemetery.
Nellie is a little girl who
hangs around the Fredonia Cemetery. I am looking
at the carving of her in the stone and I tell
her she was a pretty little girl and at the
end you will hear her say thank you. Recorded
in the Fredonia cemetery july 17, 2006.
Wav Recorded in the Fredonia Cemetery
night I get scared over here .wav
Recorded June 28, 2006 in the Fredonia Cemetery
Recorded this summer at the Fredonia Cemetary.
John is following me over to Nellie's grave
site and makes the remark I love it you brought
These were recorded in the Fredonia
Cemetery July 2006.
Fredonia Cemetary June 30,2006
and I am telling the spirits see you later
and at the end of the recording you will hear
a spirit say see you later.
Ball b. August 6, 1911 d. April 26, 1989
The Queen of Comedy passed away in April 1989.
She had a very full and productive life for
a woman who “had no talent” and
whose fame was based on her own television
concept that was turned down by the networks
twice, because the American people would not
go for it. For six seasons (1951-1957), the
show was always at the very top of the rating
charts. In January 1953, the episode where
Lucy gave birth to their on screen son Little
Ricky (Keith Thibodeaux) was the most watched
single episode of television up to that time
(over 44 million viewers). This coincided
with the birth of their first child, Desi
Arnaz, Jr. (they also later had a daughter
Lucy was Burial: Forest Lawn
Hollywood Hills * Los Angeles
Los Angeles County California, USA
Plot: Columbarium of Radiant Dawn, Court of
Remembrance (*Editor's note: This is the original
interment site. Ashes were relocated to Jamestown,
New York by her next-of-kin in 2002.*Former
Lake View Cemetery, Jamestown,
Chautauqua County, New York, USA
Plot: Highland section
I live 25 miles away from Lucille
ball's grave site and went their a few times
this year and picked up some interesting EVP's
around her grave.
Legendary comedic actress,
best known for the title role in the hit television
sitcom of the 1950’s “I Love Lucy.”
Going over the Lucy recordings
I found this. I was telling Lucy that I seen
a special with her home movies and noticed
she had a lot of pets then I turned off my
digital recorder and came back later and when
I started recording again this is the first
thing that recorded. I played this for a couple
of people and they say it sounds like Lucy.
What do you think? Pet
In 1901 a Russian American by
the name of Waldemar Bogoras was an ethnologist
studying the shaman of a remote Siberian tribe.
Whilst recording the shaman beating his drum
and entering a trance-like state many voices,
coming from all around the room speaking in
Russian and English, were captured on his
crude phonograph. And also, from the very
early 1900`s Marconi, Tesla and Edison spent
the last years of their lives trying to develop
devices for communicating with spirit. It
is known that Edison had taken out some patents
on various machines for communicating with
the dead. Also, in 1967, in a post-mortem
message, he made suggestions how to modify
TV sets and to tune them to 740 megahertz
for the express purpose of receiving paranormal
In 1933 there was a public demonstration
of a seance in the New York studio of the
World Broadcasting Company (that later became
Decca). Four eminent parapsychologists and
two reputable electrical engineers, under
rigidly controlled test conditions, were shocked
to hear many paranormal voices speaking to
them. These entities even moved their voice
levels high up into cycles which were way
beyond the range of any human being, between
3 - 5,000 cycles. (This is incorrect. Healthy,
young people hear in the range 20 - 20,000
Hertz) The results of this test were kept
within the files of the ASPR (American Society
for Psychic Research).
A Californian, Attila von Szalay,
in 1936, started capturing paranormal voices
on phonograph records
and the in the mid 1950`s he was joined by
Raymond Bayless. Together they acquired many
evidential EVP on their new tape recorders
and they published their findings in the Journal
of the ASPR.
time also, dozens of reports of intrusive
voices of unknown origin from military and
civilian installations world-wide were gathered
together and put in the book by John Keel
called OUR HAUNTED PLANET.
A few years
later in 1959, the so-called father of EVP,
Friedrich Juergenson, a Russian born Swedish
film producer, after recording birdsong on
his tape-recorder, heard on playback what
appeared to be a human voice. Subsequent recordings
contained a message which seemed to be coming
from his dead mother. This was the beginning
of his lifelong involvement with the taped
phenomena that became known as the RAUDIVE
voices. He mentions his experiences in a book
which made a deep impression on the Latvian
psychologist Dr. Konstantin Raudive.
It is significant that Juergenson`s
work on the taped voices was made known to
the Vatican in 1960 and his suggestion that
these recordings are voices from the dead
was sympathetically considered. In 1973, Archbishop
Dr. Bruno Heim presented Juergenson to the
Pope for investiture as Commander of the Order
of St Gregory for his work.
Since Jurgenson's report, thousands
of people all over the world have attempted
to replicate his experiments, and many have
claimed success. Many people do not use specialized
equipment to capture the voices, only a microphone
and a means of recording, such as a tape/minidisc/CD
recorder or a computer. Patience
is required however, because many claim that
it can take months of diligent recording before
voices appear. Proponents recommend the use
of headphones, because the voices are often
faint, and a computer for processing the recordings
is very helpful
EVP is a subcategory of Instrumental transcommunication
(ITC), which means the use of the tape recorder,
video recorder, TV, radio, computer, telephone
and other technical devices for the express
purpose of getting meaningful information
from the quantum realm in such forms as voices,
images and text. In the case of telephones,
many people report having received phone calls
by someone claiming to be a deceased relative
or a colleague. The voices can also manifest
via the white noise between un tuned stations
on a radio.
Some of the most remarkable
cases involve television and computers; a
distorted image of a dead person's face will
sometimes appear on a television screen, and
some images even appear as a clear "full
body" snapshot of the deceased individual,
often standing in the foreground of a beautiful
and peaceful looking backdrop. In some of
these cases, the spirit will use the television
to say that the scene behind them is an actual
view of the "astral world", and
that the background scene is depicted in order
to reassure the living that their deceased
loved ones are in a safe and "wonderful"
about Transcommunication (ITC) EVP's here:
The quality, volume and durations of recordings
are said to be increased by using a sound
source placed within audible distance of the
microphone during recording. Typically this
would be a radio tuned to between stations
so only white noise is audible; the theory
being that this provides an acoustic basis
for the voices to be constructed from, similar
to vocoder technology.
This need for background noise
fits the alternative explanation that the
white noise provides random sounds that may
be interpreted as voices by people who expect
or want to hear voices. This explanation is
consistent with the theory that the entire
"phenomenon" is an example of pareidolia,
in which a vague or random stimulus is mistakenly
perceived as recognizable (see the skeptic
Voices are said to be known
for being rapid, faint, and often spoken in
grammatically unusual and simplified language—or
even multiple languages during the same sentence.
The interpretation of such recordings is often
highly subjective and may differ from listener
to listener; some listeners may hear nothing
at all, while others report hearing specific
phrases or sentences.
A very interesting case is that
of two Italian Catholic priests who in 1952
were trying to record a Gregorian chant, but
a wire in their equipment kept breaking. Out
of desperation, one of the priests asked his
dead father for help. Then, to his amazement,
his father's voice was heard on the tape saying,
"Of course I shall help you. I'm always
with you." The priests brought the matter
to the attention of Pope Pius XII, who reportedly
accepted the genuineness of the phenomenon.
In 1985, according to Instrumental Contact
with the Dead?, German psychic Klaus Schreiber
started receiving pictures of deceased family
members on his television. Sometimes just
voices would come across, telling Schreiber
how to tune his TV for better reception. When
Schreiber died soon after, his own image began
to show up on the TV screens of some European
Some researchers have claimed success in
capturing ghost images with an instrumental
transcommunication (ITC) set-up. With this
technique, a video camcorder, connected to
a television, is pointed at the television
screen. In other words, the camera is recording
the image it is simultaneously sending to
the TV, creating an endless feedback loop.
The frames of the video are then examined
one by one, and sometimes ver distinct human
faces can be seen.
voice phenomenon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electronic voice phenomena (EVP) is the practice
of using radios, tape recorders ... EVP proponents
claim that some electronic devices can pick
up ghostly ...
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Search for EVP
the years, interest in Electronic Voice Phenomena,
or EVP, has waxed and waned with the capriciousness
of the growing cult of paranormal enthusiasts.
This quasi-scientific method of attempted
contact with (and by) the dead is not an old
concept – throughout their respective
careers both Edison and Marconi, the fathers
of modern communications, were developing
techniques they hoped would result in contact
with departed human personalities. Later,
galvanized by the Spiritualist movement of
the early 20th century, attempts at the recording
of disembodied voices once more became an
important part of paranormal research, at
least on the amateur level.
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