Electronic Voice Phenomena--abbreviated EVP--are what sounds like voices that are captured on an audio recording source. Ghost hunters believe that these
are possibly paranormal in origin, and may possibly be
the voices of spirits or ghosts. EVPs aren't proof of anything and are debunked
as interference, "audio" form perception, or due to other causes. Still those that are very clear and appear to respond to questions and on-going
environmental stimuli are very chilling.
EVPs are considered to be imprinted directly on the recording media,
and thus aren't heard at the time they are
recorded. Disembodied voices and unexplained noises are actual sounds from no
There are varying "classes" of EVPs ranging from the very clear, and relatively easily understood, (Class A) to the very faint (Class C). Though voices and EVPs are often not very clear we naturally attempt to determine what they are saying.
Please Note: Audio software is used to analyze recordings made during an investigation. The software is only used to amplify sound and remove background hiss during the analysis process to improve the listener experience. The audio files are otherwise unchanged or modified in any manner. The EVP’s and Voices below are as they were originally found throughout our review of potential evidence.
Click on the players below to hear these strange phenomena.
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Warning: Some of the voices below will make your hair stand on end.
To Come A ghost invites a gentlman into the investigators home while no one was home. You can hear the dog barking as the gentleman knocks at the door. Listen closely you will hear "Come In" in a female voice.
Our investigators find some of the most disturbing EVPs to be those that sound like a little girl, such as this one recorded at private residence in New Hampshire.
Listen carefully to hear a ghostly conversation occurring near the site of an old hotel in a New Hampshire ghost town. You can clearly hear the living humans in the "foreground," but in the background is the voice of someone not there.
Let's Go Back to...
This EVP was recorded at a residence with a 25-year-history of paranormal activity.
There is a history of paranormal activity at the location and the client has been able to identify up to five different voices that she has been able to capture with startling regularity.
Recorded at a private residence, this EVP is a pretty clear response to a question. The answer is "Ten, you know we're here."
In this EVP-- recorded at an inn in Stafford, CT--a voice apparently responds to an examiners question. Thanks to Paul and Melissa for submitting this to us.
We Died Here
This EVP recorded in what used to be the Shipmans Tavern, with over 150 confirmed deaths. It sounds a like a --possibly female--voice saying "we died here" or "we like you."
What is That?
To Come Recorded in Room #3, this faint EVP was captured during our investigation of the Saxtons River Inn in Saxtons River, Vermont. A voice apparently responds, shortly after a staff member in the kitchen downstairs drops some dishes. We amplified the voice slightly so this EVP can be heard more clearly.
This laugh was recorded at Gilson Road Cemetery in Nashua, NH near the location where a hooded figure has been reported. The investigator asks for a response and this is the result.
Recorded at an unnamed cemetery in south central Vermont with a history of paranormal activity, this EVP sounds like a man's voice.
Recorded at the same location as the audio above, this EVP was captured in an area where negative energy and apparitions have been reported.
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Can't Even See It
(noise removed) Another class A EVP recorded during an investigation of a private residence in Greenfield, MA. There have been at least 4 sightings of different full-bodied apparitions by multiple witnesses at this location.
This class A EVP was recorded during a visit to a private residence. Audio like this is rarely captured and is as chilling as anything you will ever hear.
A woman screams for help in this startling EVP recorded at Gallows Hills in Salem, MA during an October 9, 2010 visit by investigators Susan and Heather.
It Will Fit
Problems with the equipment? One of our investigators gets a little assistance from the other side.
The clear voice of a little girl tries to get a message across to the owner of this private residence.
Recorded at the residence of a private client, this "spirit" is apparently up to date on politics.
This audio was recorded at a famous inn in southern New Hampshire. You clearly hear hear the investigator take sharp breath, then say "Oh baby!" Suddenly, a strange sound "erupts from the air all around" him.
UPDATE: This audio has been debunked. In all likelihood we disturbed a colony of brown bats.
Ask It, Who's That
Recorded at the same inn as the strange sound above, this startling EVP was recorded simultaneously on two different audio sources positioned over 20 feet away from each other.
Recorded at the Amos J. Blake Museum--featured on an episode of television's Ghost Hunters--this disembodied voice was recorded in what employees call "The haunted stairway."
Here is a disembodied voice from an undisclosed residential location that was heard by the investigator at the time it occurred.
Conversation and Singing
Recorded at Gilson Road Cemetery in Nashua, NH listen closely to hear what sounds like a conversation, followed by children singing. For more information click here.
Captured at the end of the audio above--Gilson Road Cemetery--what sounds like singing was also recorded on another source at the same time.
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