After Death Communication

Second post of the day – this time, EVP from this evening. So I have some lovely EVP today – and just to show you EVP doesn’t all have to be serious and about the afterlife, I’ve posted some more personal observations from the team about my life šŸ™‚ . OK, first off some clear EVP from my team with the lovely ‘Bless you all’ completing the first recording… You will see references to ‘calling’ and ‘phoning’ throughout our blog – this comes up tonight a bit and refers to our method of communication (which is computer and playback but is referred to as ‘phoning’).Read More →

I realised this morning I hadn’t altered the recording settings between ambient and gibberish so some of the EVP are not as clear as usual. In the continued spirit of experimentation I recorded yesterday evening rather than during the day. I got fewer EVP and they sounded different – it didn’t help that my recording volumes were up too high. I switched halfway through to white noise generated by my Alexa device. Here are some EVP from yesterday evening (at the wrong recording volume using gibberish). I liked the remark about not talking to them long – actually I switched over to white noise atRead More →

Though the blog hasn’t been updated for several weeks, the Calling Home team have still been working hard. I thought I would experiment with ambient (transfer) EVP for a while and whilst it was interesting, and I learned quite a lot about how my team are sending EVP, we are going to stick with a gibberish sound file for now. I ascertained my team are still able to leave messages using their same ‘voice’ (tone, cadence, inflection, accent) but at a minute level – no good for this blog. As it is as frustrating for me not to hear, it’s as frustrating for them notRead More →

I’ve been thinking about Klaus Schreiber’s ITC work with video in the 1980s. Here is an article about that on World ITC. I believe he used to receive the images, then would transfer them to another video recorder, and the more he did this the clearer the images would become – quite against any earthly logic. I wondered if this would apply to audio and because my file, though only days old, had become flooded with EVP, I thought I would make gibberish out of the gibberish. I made a 3 minute file, altering the length of the segments every minute to see what theRead More →