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Potential Evp caught on camera


Fabula Omnium
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Sounds like a very possible EVP to me.

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4 hours ago, Fabula Omnium said:

Video of event

Sound analyzed through software

Is anyone familiar with sound analyzing software or hisotry of evp's? Let me know what you hear at first.

It’s just the sound the whisks make when the kid rotates them together.

Edit: If you put the (unedited) audio and video next to each other, it’ll probably be obvious. 
Eg. Wave form of audio next to each frame of video.

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:sleepy:

Sorry i do not hear anything to suggest EVP

Which isnt ghosts but rather Pareidolia for the ears.

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16 hours ago, Fabula Omnium said:

Is anyone familiar with sound analyzing software or hisotry of evp's? Let me know what you hear at first.

Sorry, for some reason I'm not hearing any audio?

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I don't hear a voice. I was thinking washing machine but I think Timothy is correct - it's the sound made by what the child is holding - whisks.

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22 hours ago, Fabula Omnium said:

Video of event

Sound analyzed through software

Is anyone familiar with sound analyzing software or hisotry of evp's? Let me know what you hear at first.

Thanks for asking. I was wonderful why you decided to look into the sound track of that video. I didn't notice anything listening to it.

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12 minutes ago, stereologist said:

Thanks for asking. I was wonderful why you decided to look into the sound track of that video. I didn't notice anything listening to it.

I think you know i work in clubs music biz i edit songs a lot,

Thing is how would one prove a voice in a sound track came from the most unlikely unproven source a ghost and not something prosaic?

Years back my grandmother would hear me on my CB thru the coils of her toaster ,  lol.

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