Since we gave you 10 brand-spanking new EVPs last week to bend your ears and give you goose bumps (not to mention the video of the door opening by itself – yes, I’m still excited about that – yes, I’ll be telling my grandchildren about that and boring friends and family with that story for decades to come), I figured it was only fair that I post part two.
You know, since we promised and stuff.
So, here we go fellow paranormal enthusiasts! Nine more EVPs to whet your audio appetites! Break out your headphones and crank up the volume! This first EVP was found during our second session. We were on the main floor of the hospital in the old hospice section. Tammy, Jenny, Stefanie, and I were hanging out, talking, and three seconds into this clip, you hear a far-away, tinny female voice shout something. To me, it sounds like “Come out!” (Don’t forget to use your browser’s “Back” button to return to the post after you listen to the audio clip!)
During part of this EVP session, Cindy (the caretaker) was making her rounds and we walked down the hall to speak with her, leaving our recorders behind. We were far enough down the hall that our conversation didn’t carry and it was silent in the room. At the one second mark, you hear that same tinny female voice say “Down!”
Again, this was during the time we were away from the room. All of our team was talking with Cindy on another part of the floor. At the 2-second mark, you can hear two footsteps in the room.
While we were in the room, we would quietly talk amongst ourselves. At the beginning of this audio clip, you hear Tammy talking, then you hear Nick speak and under Nick, at about the three second mark, you hear a female humming. I can tell you that humming is not something we just randomly do on an investigation.
The hospice room we investigated still had the personal effects of one of the patients and in this audio clip you hear me ask the spirit if the dresses hanging in the closet were hers. At ten seconds you hear a faint whispered “Yes” and then at 15 seconds “Mine.” It’s very faint so definitely turn up the volume!
This audio clip was during the quiet time in the room when we were in a different area of the hospital. Again, the entire team was talking to Cindy in a different area and our voices didn’t travel down to hospice. At just before the three second mark, you hear a female say “That makes sense.”
At this point, we had moved back up to the third floor of the hospital. At the three second mark, you hear a strange giggle (that wasn’t any of us), then one of us coughs at six seconds, then there’s a strange sigh (again, not one of us) at eight seconds.
This is another third floor EVP during one of our quieter moments. We weren’t really talking (you can hear our investigator coughing at the end of the clip), but there is a male voice in the middle of the audio clip saying something. I had to clean up the audio to really make sense of it, but I think he’s saying “Light going on!”
And, finally, the last EVP which was found on the main floor of the hospital, at the front desk. This was our last EVP session of the night and we had decided to gather at the front desk, make a few announcements over the PA system and see if we could stir things up. Prior to this clip, Jordan had asked “Is there a doctor in the house?” There is a long 30-second silence (of which this clip is a part) and then you hear a quick, low male voice (just after the one second mark) say “Right here!”
Those are all of my EVPs! I have a few other from our other investigators that I will share with you next week. Hope you’ve enjoyed them and please leave us a comment and let us know what you think or if you hear anything we may have missed!
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