Midnight In The Desert — evp

Tue Dec 25 - Dean Warsing - EVP: Spirited Conversations

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Tue Dec 25 - Dean Warsing - EVP: Spirited Conversations

People have claimed for centuries of hearing disembodied voices & once equipment was created to record sound, engineers began hearing things, voices that were only heard upon playback, this phenomena is known as EVP. OctoraroParanormalSociety.com BIO: Dean Warsing is a paranormal investigator, presently lead investigator for Octoraro paranormal Society. Dean also teaches two paranormal classes for Cecil College in Elkton M.D. Introduction to Electronic Voice Phenomena and Advanced EVP field study. Exhibits: More EVPs not played on the show --

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Fri Sep 21 - Dwight and Rhonda Hull - Spirits of the Wild West

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Fri Sep 21 - Dwight and Rhonda Hull - Spirits of the Wild West

Discover the secluded spirits out in the Arizona desert, among the crumbling adobe and nearly forgotten ghost towns, the restless spirits of unfortunate souls still lurk, trapped between this world and the next. Several recorded EVP's to be played. BIO: Dwight Hull has been investigating the paranormal for more than 30 years. Born and raised near Cleveland Ohio, Dwight has experienced his share of paranormal experiences during his childhood which lead him to his first investigation in 1984. Over the years, he has been involved in thousands of investigations and has actively investigated Tombstone Arizona for 14 years Dwight has...

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Bomb squad called in after ghost-hunting device left behind

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Bomb squad called in after ghost-hunting device left behind

It turns out a small black box with a dangling red wire and little blue light investigated by Windsor's bomb squad Tuesday isn't actually dangerous — at least to the living. The Windsor Police Explosives Disposal Unit were called to Mackenzie Hall around 7:15 p.m. to investigate a suspicious package. Police determined the package was "safe" and that there was no evidence of explosive material. Const. Andy Drouillard would not confirm whether a suspicious package in question was actually a ghost-hunting device that had been left behind. But the spokesperson for the Listowel Paranormal Society said that little black box...

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CSU student leads paranormal investigation team

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CSU student leads paranormal investigation team

As Colorado State University student Colton Tapia was exiting the Museum of Colorado Prisons in Cañon City, Colorado, he heard a little girl’s voice say, “Trust me,” followed by a loud and sinister giggle. Fear quickly set in, as there wasn’t a little girl in site. In fact, Tapia and a group of men were the only people in the building. This spooky recollection is not a fictional story. The incident came from a reported paranormal encounter. Tapia never heard the little girl’s voice again, but to make things a little spookier, the ghost did not come looking for him....

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Are Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) Recordings Real?

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Are Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) Recordings Real?

Nontrivial numbers of Americans believe in the paranormal. These beliefs have spawned thousands of groups dedicated to investigating paranormal phenomena and a proliferation of ghost-hunting entries in the reality television market. Anecdotal evidence even suggests that ghost-hunting reality shows have increased public openness to paranormal research, which usually entails a small group traipsing through reportedly haunted locales at night with various ghost-hunting technologies. Audio recorders figure prominently in paranormal researchers’ toolkits. Microphones capture ambient sounds during the investigation. Later, the audio recordings are scoured in search of messages from spirits. The premise is that audio recording devices can register otherwise...

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