Saturday, December 14, 2013

Electronic Voice Phenomena: Understanding Spirit Communication

Raz called me that night. It was like any other night. I was on my Mac, browsing Facebook just like everyone else does.

But he did call me. And I answered it.

"Hello?" he said on the other side of the line.

"Hey bro wassup?" I replied.

"Ok, you got to listen to this OK, you just hold on..." he said to me.

I was eagerly waiting for him to get back to me, as I heard some muffle and shuffle sounds in the background. And here the sound of him coming nearer.

(Some static noises)

"OK here it goes!" he sounded excited.

(Static noises)

Then I could hear a very familiar voice, undoubtedly that belongs to my partner Raz.

"The thing is, when we speak malay - LEAVE ME ALONE!" 

My mind was trying to process what the heck that I just heard on the phone. He was playing back the recording that we had while we were doing the EVP Session at Pasir Ris.

My heart was pounding. The tingling of fear was running through my body, from head to toe and at the same time, my hair stands on my neck and arms, all the while thinking to myself, 'What the heck was that?!'

What you have just read above was the actual event that took place after SGHC has conducted our Pasir Ris Investigations.

It is considered quite the norm that every paranormal investigator will bound to come across an EVP during the reviewing stage of every footage or sound recordings gathered after every investigation - a disembodied voice coming from an undetectable source, relaying a few phrases or syllables which is discernible to our normal human understanding and surprisingly though, of the common language we use, namely the English language. Normally, EVPs are faint sounds which audibility falls below the lowest decibel humanly possible for us to listen to it, and thus audio editing softwares are frequently used to enhanced the sounds, to filter the background noises or increase the volume.

But what are EVPs? Some consider it could be voices from the dead. Some even claim that the spirits are trying to commune with the ones on this side of the world. Sound beyond the physical realm? Or simply a stray radio signal that was caught during the recording process somehow.

Electro Voice Phenomenon, or in its abbreviated form, EVP, is 'the recording of voices for which there is no natural or scientific explanation' (pg. 149, Rosemary Ellen Gully).

These voices, fortunately (just imagine the horror of listening to a disembodied voice 'live'!), are not audible during the recording itself, albeit those rare cases where an investigator hears a voice clearly and physically.


EVP was the first high-technology attempt to communicate with the dead and other discarnate beings. Perhaps the earliest documented EVP dates back to 1901 - although in that case, the disembodied voices was heard during the recording as well as on the playback. An American ethnologist, Waldemar Borogas, went to Spain to record a spirit conjuration ritual performed by a Tchouktchi shaman.The ritual was conducted in a darkened room with only Borogas and the shaman present. As the shaman drummed to enter into trance, Borogas heard disembodied voices speaking in Russion and English emanate from various points in the room. They were captured by his recordings.

Thomas Elva Edison believed that an electronic device could be built for spirit communication. Edison announced in the October 1920 issue of Scientific American that he was working on such a device but it was not completed prior to his death in 1931.

There were many others that attempted to invent and communicate and record spirit communication or scientifically coined Instrumental Trasncommunication but the prominent figure in the scientific pursuit of EVP was none other than Sarah Estep.

In 1982, Sarah Estep founded the American Association - Electronic Voice Pehnomena (AA - EVP) in the United States. In 2000, she turned leadership over to Tom and Lisa Butler, a communications engineer and psychologist, respectively, of Reno, Nevada. The Butlers had been experimenting in and researching EVP for about 15 years prior to that.

EVP came into publicity and became a generic term to the public thanks to the media exposure and popularity of TV Shows or films such as White Noise and Ghost Hunters, etc. The media show only the tip of the EVP iceberg though. Most researchers felt that films such as White Noise, with its fictional demonic emphasis, have done the filed more of a disservice than a service in educating the public.

Characteristics of EVP

Most EVP are short - two to four words spoken in bursts of up to two seconds, sometimes longer. Longer messages have been recorded before, but the average experimenter gets short messages. Usually, short messages are clearer than the longer ones, but this is just a generalisation, nothing more. Communications are delivered in the language of the experimenter, regardless of the language spoken of the language originally spoken by the communicators. 

Voices usually sound flat or monotonous, or mechanical or have an unusual cadence; male or female gender maybe distinguished. Sometimes, voices will not be of a spoken language, but sounds of emotions, grunts displaying someone that is angry or cries and sobs implying that someone is sad. (This happened to us on the 2nd Part of the Teban Railway Tunnel Episode).

Animal sounds and music have been recorded as well by other experimenters but not SGHC so far.
There are three classifications of EVP, which was established by Sarah Estsep and is recognised throughout the field.

  • Class A voices are clearly heard and understood by majority of people
  • Class B voices are clear, but there may be different interpretations of the word
  • Class C voices are so faint they usually require headphones and amplification and are much harder to decipher. Majority of the EVP results falls in a Class C EVP category

Conducting an EVP Session

Early EVP researchers had to rely on reel - to - reel tape or cassette records, but most now prefer digital recorders, due to their simplicity of use and storage as well as deletion and recording and usually yield better clarity and results from the EVP Sessions.

Though not scientifically proven otherwise ( as is the case in any paranormal investigation ), there are theories that the experimenter's own consciousness seems to influence the results. An open-minded, positive attitude is desirable. Doubt seems to dampen results.

Some paranormal investigators leave recorders running for longs periods of time, but researchers say that is not necessary. (But SGHC did manage to capture the disembodied sound of a woman crying in the Teban Railway Tunnel Episode which was captured on our static EVP recorder that was left to record for 6 hours!) Most EVPs are captured quickly (EVP Burst Sessions) in five or ten minutes, according to the AA-EVP.

There are two types of EVP experimentation that are carried out: Field and Controlled.

To sum it up, Field EVPs are done when investigators are out in haunted locations, such as forests and dilapidated houses, etc. At least two recorders are used, so if the same voice appears on the two recorders, EVP should be ruled out.

Controlled EVP is favoured by serious EVP researchers. This is done at the same location - such as home - on a regular basis, preferably at the same time, posing questions and waiting for responses. 

Whether EVP is considered to be paranormal in nature or circumstantial, has been the subject of debate. SGHC investigators carried out EVP sessions during their investigations and it proves time and again to be a useful methodology to be applied in the field. 

But does this proof that there are ghosts and spirits eagerly waiting to communicate with us?

Why don't you find out yourself then?

Information was sourced from The Encyclopaedia of Ghosts and Spirits. Get it here.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Monday, July 29, 2013

Shariff's Vlog @ Teban Gardens Estate

  The Teban Railway Tunnel Haunting Episode is still undergoing meticulous editing and voice-over work. While we are busy editing it, do you mind sharing your experiences or any stories of ghostly sightings of the Pontianak that has been seen loitering around the area.

  Please help us out by commenting below.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

View Road Hospital - Is It Really Haunted?

View Road Hospital, 2007.

"Previously known as “Batu Rimau Gurkha”, the building was allotted by the British Bases Conversion Unit to the Ministry of Health around the late 1960s to early 1970s. In 1969, as Woodbridge Hospital reached a peak of 2,654 average daily occupancy and there was a need to relieve overcrowding at the hospital and the location of the serene surroundings of the building made it ideal for the Ministry of Health to set up a secondary institution there."

The picture you see above was the night that Shariff and Idah first started out on their many adventures into the Paranormal. That is the picture of the View Road Hospital.

  On 15th August, 2007, I was invited by my wife's Uncle, Mr. A (not his real name), for a round of 'Weekend Ghost Hunting Adventures' with him. You see, Mr. A is a medium. He can talk with spirits, good and bad (as he claimed he is). he is also able to seek out and point out to us ( to our bewilderment) the exact location of the spirit that he claimed to be seeing!

During that night, a couple of us (not me) saw one of the swings...move! Just today, we found out that the swings are gone. To the scrap yards, perhaps?

  Let me just tell you that I have searched for some scraps of information from the Web, and I did come across discussions from forums and stories from blogs of the hauntings there. I myself, until today, will not and can never forget the powerful, flowery scent (frangipani? I don't really know how it smells like; my own fart, I do!) when we were about to leave the place. The aroma was lingering right above us amongst the trees, nearer to the entrance, which a double-swing gate stands.

  Someone in the group whispers,"Shhh! Not a word! We do not want to alarm it!". I guess that is the usual reaction we Asians have been accustomed to when any of us sense something out of the ordinary.

  Today at 530pm, Rudy, Idah, Helmi of T.O.S.S., and myself, head down to the now abandoned (Again!) View Road Hospital. We got this information from our good friend from ONe North, Andrew Him, that the place which was used as a Foreign Workers' Dormitory for a short while, was left to ruins again. of course, being a Paranormal Investigator myself, who would've pass such a great opportunity!

  I do want to gain or collect some good evidence of the hauntings there, like EVPs and such.

  Unfortunately, upon reaching the place, as it has always been in Singapore with regards to abandoned places, the entire building was locked down. There was no sign erected whatsoever so we had to look for another way around.

  But wait, I will not spoil the whole detail of our adventure on that day. We will, hopefully, release an Episode on it. :P

  The purpose of me writing up this blog is simply this: I want to share the history and common haunting stories/hearsay about it.

"View Road Hospital was a little known mental hospital located in Admiralty. A subsidiary of Woodbridge Hospital, it was opened in 1975 and closed in 2001.
Most famous Ghost Story: The mental patients, when alive, were trapped in the hospital. Their spirits, likewise, were unable to escape from the building.
Current Condition: Has been converted into a foreign workers’ dormitory called View Road Lodge."

Cited from: Remember Singapore.

  Well, as I have mentioned above, the place is no longer a Dormitory. It is empty now.


  Why was the place empty once again? What could have happened? Were the workers told or moved somewhere else since there are no more construction projects for them? Did the owner or leaser could no longer afford to pay for the place? Or was it...(you guessed it) haunted?

  Now let us see what some of the netizens have to say about View Road Hospital and its many tales of haunting...

"In June 1972, the building was handed over to Woodbridge Hospital. Concrete plans were then put in place in July 1973 to convert it into a secondary mental hospital. The hospital was officially completed on 27 May 1975 and commissioned on 1 August 1975. The first batch of patients were admitted to the hospital on 4th August 1975. In 1990, the hospital began to take in female patients and the next year saw the hospital undergoing major renovations. By 1994, there were close to 294 patients housed at the hospital.
In 2001, the hospital ceased to operate."

Many sites claimed its haunting but no solid stories are found.

    ""Seriously that place is guarded but not by human. There are several motion sensor installed and camera. If targeted, it will activate the alarm and in no time security officers [with dog] will come and take note of your identity. If you are unlucky the police will be called and put you in 3 yrs probation.

Somehow the security officer claimed that building was no mental hospital. It used to be a British Hospital and then became a Vietnamese Virgin Camp where many girls committed suicide. We actually have some doubt about what place it used to be.

Anyway I already warned you [the supernatural you gonna experience are the security officers] and if anyone still insists, then good luck."

Quoted from another site, what they mean by "[the supernatural you gonna experience are the security officers]" is that people will see watchmen guarding the place but there is no real watchmen actually. they are usually supernatural beings:

"Anyone been there? Surrounded by trees and very deserted roads.

There're a few swing chairs, 3 levels, big place, deserted place, gate locked.

I went there 2 years ago, sunday, lunar calendar 7th month day 7, the day believed to be the most 'scary' day when all the ghosts are stronger and very evil. I went there with a group of friends, we thought nothing unusual would happen.

But then....we saw a watchman that time, HE started talking with us, and opened the locked gate for us, he talked with us in some kind of funny funny language, none of us knew what was that language, but surprisingly, we understood what he was trying to tell us.

We didn't freak off on the spot, but then when we thought really freaked us off.

It's a deserted place, why would the gahmen employ a watchman?
The watchman spoke alien language, why did we all understand what he said?
We saw him watering the field, how come there's water supply there? (he used a water pipe)
All my the other friends who had been there before, all said they saw no watchman."

Spooky eh?"

Quoted from

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Amityville Haunting 1979

One of the most baffling photos to have ever been captured.

The first time that picture was shown was on the Merv Griffin show back in 1979. It was discovered 3 years after it was taken. Gene Campbell, who was a professional photographer, was brought into the house in 1976 when the Warrens went in with their team. He set up an automatic camera on the 2nd floor landing that shot off infrared film, black and white, throughout the night. There are literally rolls of film with nothing on them.

There's only one picture of the little boy. In 1979, I was putting together a book that has yet to be published that included the photographs. The secretary I had at the time was about eight months pregnant. We had dozens of these pictures to choose from that didn't have the boy, and she asked me: "Which one should we put in the book?" I told her to just pick one. She came running back into my office about 5 minutes later saying that every time she picked up the photograph with the boy, the baby kicked her. We then asked my kids if they knew who this was. Missy said it was the little boy she used to play with in the house. I then called the Warrens and the photographer and let them know about the picture."

Signals - EVP Theory

The paranormal field is in a state of high flux right now. With the traditional scientific community largely ignoring the field, now is the time for an educated hobbyist to really make their mark.

Thus, I am always happy to see people with scientific training to step forward with their pet theories about anything paranormal. Mr. Calek, fortunately, has a good amount of training in physics. He also has a long standing interest in the paranormal field stemming from a childhood experience with malicious spirits tormenting his family. This book is, therefore, an unlikely mix of physics, auto-biography, and demonology.

I have to hand it to the author for providing one of the best explanations of the physical descriptions of higher dimensions that I've ever read. It is accessible to most laymen, and is easily the best part of this book.

From there, Calek pulls no punches from showing the pain in his personal life. It is a mixture of horror, insanity, and sorrow few would want to experience first-hand. He also shares a bit about his rounds in the music business.

The ending of the book delves even further into the theoretical than the first. Calek makes some assertions that, it must be remembered, may only explain a limited number of paranormal phenomena-particularly those associated with demonic cases. I found this part of the book to be the most frustrating, because I found myself wanting more evidence to back up his assertions.

Which, as it turns out, is exactly what the author intended. Calek has published this thin tome precisely to bring his theories to a wider audience; so that they can be put to the test by as many people as possible.

If you are only looking for a collection of ghost stories or the like, there is only a little here that you would find entertaining (but the stories he relates sure are creepy).

This book is more suited to those with a serious interest in the paranormal; and particularly those who seek to use science to explain paranormal phenomena. For those people who investigate the unknown, this book is a must.

"A dark journey through the heart of physics and paranormal research delivers a new EVP theory to challenge all known systems."

Get it here.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Fan submitted photo

One of our fans, John (not his real name), an SAF driving instructor, was involved in a night training exercise in Mandai. He already knew of the many sightings in the training area, which were reported by the trainees and instructors alike, sightings of the Pochong (shrouded ghost) and of the Pontianak. Many claimed to have seen a white figure or a piece a white cloth-like entity dashing or flashing right past them.

There are also claims of seeing a person's double or dopple-ganger, walking about the area while the actual person is actually somewhere else!

Now in these two photos sent in by John were taken with a camera phone. We do not claim that the photos are solid or objective evidence or the said entities. John also did not declare that these photos are the actual entities.

In the background where the white object is at, are bushes and trees. The white object could also be the by-product of the lights coming from the trucks. 
It could also be a tree stump.

Well, what do you think it is?

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Ghost Tour One 2013

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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Abandoned House at Dairy Farm

We went out for a short trip to a location in Dairy Farm Road on a hunch by Rudy.

What happened was, Rudy and Harry Ex of T.O.S.S. had a stakeout there one night to explore the place. They claimed that while they're there, both of them heard a soft moaning, female voice.

Rudy recalled,"It was so faint, and it sounds like as if someone was crying."

But, unfortunately, they did not record the incident on video or on any sound recording equipment.

SGHC will be pursuing this mystery and for any you that have any information regarding this place, please help us out by contacting us and sharing your knowledge about the house. We will also like to invite Harry Ex to come down on that night itself.

Anyways, on a side note, the Teban Railway Track Tunnel investigation is still being processed and our heart goes to Raz for having to painstakingly bear the burden of reviewing 6 hours of audio recordings.

Stay tuned!

Thursday, April 18, 2013

The Mystery of the Grinning Man

The Mystery of the Grinning Man

Has anyone seen or witnessed the entity known as the Grinning Man?
He has been spotted on a couple of occasions all over Singapore. 

Who or what is he?

Monday, April 15, 2013

The Legend of Pulau Ubin

"The Legend of Pulau Ubin near Singapore." 15 Apr 2013 

The story I chose to consider was about one of the small islands that surround Singapore, Pulau Ubin. This is a small island whose main industries are mining and tourism, including trails for biking and hiking. The island has an interesting past, and as a result it now has many legends and myths revolving around it. During the occupation of the Singapore by the Japanese, it was said to be where they had brought soldiers to be tortured. That is a significant reason why people believe it’s haunted. 

The person from whom I heard the story is one of the students who lives across the hall from me on the 7th floor in La Plata. His family comes from India, but he lived in many places since birth, one of them being Singapore, and now his family lives in New Jersey. Also, he is nineteen years old. I collected the story on the afternoon of October 14th, it was right after we had all finished classes. When I asked the storyteller if he knew any ghost stories or urban legends and myths, he first attempted to respond with, “Casper”, but I told him no I need real things you have heard. After that he jumped right into the story from Singapore about Pulau Ubin: 

Ok, when I lived in Singapore, its an island and there were all these surrounding islands, and one was Pulau Ubin. Like it’s not ghetto, but not with fancy resorts. People would go there for hiking and biking, stuff like that. Before, there used to be animals, like tigers, but now there aren’t any. So you would hear about every year, no every two years like you hear of a family disappearing while they went there for hiking, the whole family. They would send search parties and stuff out, and later they would find pieces of meat, like human meat. They’ve searched the island many times for any signs of animals, but they never found any. 

Pulau Ubin is the site of many supernatural activities from what I gathered, ranging from ghost sightings, to hunts for spiritual burial grounds and graves. Singapore is a place with a great deal of concentrated wealth. Along with this is a massive wealth gap, which often leads to many interesting beliefs and ideas. The way the person I interviewed, told the story with such seriousness that I could tell he believed it. When I saw him the next day I was asking more things about his travels and he said that the stuff he had told me was, “No joke”. I tried to find articles directly related to this, but I was unable to find something that exactly matched it. While searching though, I found many other stories regarding supernatural occurrences. The island seems to be the center of many strange activities. One story is about a red ghost that had been seen on the perimeter of a training academy on the island, and the cadet reported what he had seen. The officers told him that this wasn’t the first time I had happened. Another story I obtained concerned 6 men who stayed on the island over night and had many encounters throughout the night: the first thing that happened was the door got blown off its hinges by nothing, then the sky turned dark red at 12 am, and there was a constant howling throughout the night. An interesting side note to the story is the one person who had been directly involved with the most sightings had a bad fall while going back to the boat to leave. The storyteller’s tale fit within a history of this allegedly supernatural activity occurring on this island. 

Even thought the story I chose is from Singapore, it can still be related to our own society. When one area becomes associated with a certain haunting others can develop. The Bermuda Triangle is associated with ships being lost there, as well as many other stories such as navigational systems that ships have becoming disabled. Also certain woods are said to be haunted, and that’s what lead to the Blair Witch Project. When one story is told about an area, it opens up the possibilities to others being created. Reoccurring ideas, such as certain colored appearances, like the color red in the two other stories often link the stories, lending them credibility. The search for the mysterious killers of the people and the flesh and meat being left over also lends credibility, because there is a solid material that is left over. So the one idea, leads too many others is a reoccurring theme.

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Teban Railway Tunnel Investigation Update

  What significance does a certain location holds that deems itself as a 'haunted' location? is it the feeling you get when you are there? Or is it the unexplained breeze that brushes against your skin, forcing the hairs to stand? Or could it be more sinister as in this case that we are investigating? Sinister you say? Yes. Khairuldin, who went the for some 'ghost hunting' expedition was possessed by an unknown entity. I have seen the video myself but unfortunately, we can't show it to anyone that is reading this post.

Shariff prepares to face the Tunnel for the 2nd time.
  We have no solid information regarding the history of this Tunnel which is located in Teban Gardens. But one noticeable thing is that there was an indent on the ground an this is where the old KTM railway track runs through. So I believed, without a shadow of a doubt, that this tunnel was a railway track that runs under the big intersection between Jurong Town Hall Road and the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE).

Faiz, Raz and Abdillah chatting in the background as Rudy snaps this photo of me.
  So having said all that, I am writing this post regarding our 2nd investigation of the Tunnel. Why did we return here? The first investigation wasn't so satisfying. There were a few incidents from that night but we decided to return there again. We also took this opportunity to 'train' ourselves in conducting an investigation since we always seek improvements in our methods and style of working. 

From left: Raz, Abdillah (guest), Shariff and Faiz while Rudy is shooting this scene.

Rest assured, the 2nd investigation proves to be a much more 'rewarding' experience for us and we had some baffling paranormal events, such as the one Rudy and I had that night. 

  Anyways, please stay tuned for the release of the Teban Railway Tunnel Episode and keep spreading the word about us. Do not forget to watch us in action on YouTube and LIKE our videos and keep the comments flooding in!

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Abnormal Adventures Part 1

SGHC is a paranormal investigations group. A lot of you might have come to know that we are quite 'famous' for our 'Isolation Sessions'. 

But besides doing what others won't dare do, we also love to have some fun in the Sun. If any of you have missed this special episode, now is you chance to see what a fun loving group of individuals SGHC Crew members are.

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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Truth is larger than Fiction

Just because you turn the video into monochrome, does it make it look like you're using 'Infra-red'? Stop fooling us. The eyes tells a larger truth than the falsity of what they are trying to convey.

Disclaimer: This is a personal post of Shariff and whatever is mentioned here does not portray the opinions of the entire SGHC Crew.
  Come now it is a fact that no matter how many of us, try as we might to deny it, that many pranormal shows purportly 'set-up' their videos to make it look as if that a certain location that they are investigating is actually haunted.

  And they would go to great lengths to fake it. We all know too well of the many groups here in Singapore that seeks nothing but publicity rather than the Truth. What I am writing here is not a personal vendetta, but to awaken many of the people that seems to believe whatever they see on the Internet or on their TV without subjecting everything to scrutiny. Sometimes, the set up is so plain obvious! As I am writing this blog entry, I was watching a few episodes by a number of local 'Paranormal Investigations'groups. I do have to say I am ashamed that they have abused or rather, bastardized this word. Are they really 'investigating' the paranormal or are they just out to fool you? There is 'real' professionalism that is attached to the word. Use it wisely! Rather, call yourself a 'Ghost Hunter' than a 'Paranormal Investigator'. Just because they brought along a few 'macho', 'scientific' devices to impress themselves and the viewers, rather than using it to its full potential, they are now considered 'Paranormal Investigators'.

  Get this straight; What is the use of being a 'Paranormal Investigator' if you are afraid of being alone while doing it? Do you need to bring in so many crew members just to investigate a small office which is claimed to be haunted by its previous tenants? What is wrong with this picture? Stop selling us out people!

  I am not writing this to tell you how great SGHC is. Some of you might have watched our videos and some might comment on them and some might not bother to do so. That is fine.You know why I said so? Because a minority of the people would not even bother going through the whole video, trying to understand the information that is being met out. Some of you, would rather fast forward the video to the part where the actual investigations starts. And some of you are pretty disappointed that there are no real ghosts making any appearances in almost all of our Episodes, you thought that it would just be like what you see in the Movies (And you thought for a second that 'Paranormal Acitvity was real!).

   Well folks, I am sorry to burst your bubble, but this is how REAL paranormal investigations are: 99% chances of 'ZERO' activity on every investigations, be it moving objects, visual appearances, hell, sometimes you can be investigating the place for a whole night and nothing shows up. Not even EVP (Electro Voice Phenomenas).

   So at the end of the day, please do not associate us with any other paranormal groups that rather go for publicity rather than the Truth. In every aspect of our lives, the Truth will always be the opposite of what we want to 'believe' in. Truth, as they say, always hurts. Just like in the movie 'A Few Good Men'. Jack Nicholson told Tom Cruise," You can't handle the Truth!" Our society, basically having some Asian heritage attached to it, and it is due to this fact that many of us succumb to what our forefathers and even parents taught us from the day we are born. Psychologically, we are rife with 'Taboos' and 'Superstitions'. Now, I will not talk about it here.

    Anyways, to all our Fans and Friends who have been with SGHC all these while, thank you for your support and you know which if the groups out there are 'credible' and which of those out there are 'Incredible'.

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Got Ghost?

I will be doing a brief 'solo' EVP session at one of the empty houses.

I am testing out my friend, Brian Calek's 'Reverse' EVP hypothesis. What does this term mean? In order to understand this, you have to imagine Led Zeppelin's famous 'hidden' message in the song 'Stairway to Heaven'.

It has been confirmed that by playing the music in 'reverse', there is a whole new meaning to the message in the lyrics used. This is what Reverse EVP is all about.

Besides conducting that, I will also be trying out two new devices; a laser grid and a spirit box, which is similar to our 'Ghost Box'.

I will explain the uses of these devices during my solo session in the video. Until then, stay tuned. Please do not forget to subscribe, and also comment on our youtube channel and right here and tell me what your thoughts are.

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