It’s Chilly in Here
When you conduct paranormal investigations you never know what evidence you might be collecting until you go back days later to review everything. If you watch a show like Ghost Hunters on the SyFy channel, you will see them sitting at computers with headphones on going through the evidence. What you don’t realize is that the process is long hours and boring with hardly few payoffs. But when you get something amazing it’s worth the effort. Like I said in a previous post, the ghost seekers went to a fire station and we had some amazing things happen that night, shadow people, dark entities looming in pictures, malignant ectoplasm faces but none of this was quite as wild or exciting as the amazing EVP we picked up. EVP stands for electronic voice phenomenon. We use highly sensitive digital recorders and go into a dark room at midnight and ask the spirits questions. Sometimes we get answers but not while the session is occurring. When going back over the evidence, suddenly you have a ghost voice. This particular EVP was incredible as it was clear and not of the voice of the investigators. We were in the back unheated hall at the fire station and clear as a bell you can hear a voice on our recorder saying, “It’s chilly in here.” When I heard this for the first time, the hairs on my arms raised. Cool Beans, Baby!!
PREVIEW: Do you know what a seance is? Picture sitting at a table, candles lit, crystal ball, people holding hands with a psychic asking for interation from the spiritual dimension. Will the dead answer? I will let you know in a few weeks after I attend a seance. We have a world-renouned psychic there to lead the ceremonies. Just keep the Oija board at home please.