…Missouri Spirit Seekers ended our abandoned farmhouse investigation abruptly when it began to rain pretty heavily. It was unexpected. Our command central and all running equipment was outside under a small canopy. It was several hours into the investigation, but unfortunately we were just beginning to experience some exciting activity. More on that to come, as it will take several weeks to analyze all evidence.
Even though we were rudely interrupted by the weather, we had a great time and gained lots of experience. The family who owns the property was very welcoming and even joined us for part of the investigation.
There is an interesting beauty to this house. It was a really cool experience to imagine what it once looked like, what went on in those rooms before birds and critters took over, what stories they could tell, and do it while listening to musical selections recorded in 1901 when the home was built. And in case you’re interested, that is when our exciting activity began. 🙂
Some photos both from a recent visit and our investigation last night…
Just an update…
Today is Day Six of my EVP experiment. Sarah Estep recorded her first clear voice on the sixth day. I have yet to review today’s recordings but I can tell you a little about what I heard reviewing Day Five’s recordings.
It is probably the standard for researchers to NOT display a “Class C” EVP or lower. What I hear would not even be classified as “C” and wouldn’t hold up in the court of EVP for sure, therefore you will not find them posted here… at least not yet. They may not be voices at all. But at least I feel like I’m making progress. If it is true that those on the other side need time to learn and adjust to communicating just as we do, then I feel good about this progress.
The two segments of my 3-17-12 EVP session that have possible light voices in the background are about one minute apart from each other and were recorded on the same digital audio recorder (I’ve been using two), the Sony PX-820. With this recorder I used the internal microphone. It is the same recorder that picked up Missouri Spirit Seekers’ best EVP catch at Friedens United Church of Christ in St. Charles, MO (those audio files are listed as EVP: Voice A, B, C, and D). The first of yesterday’s possible voice(s) is moments after the question “Can you tell me your name or anything about you?” Then shortly after asking for assistance in bringing Sarah Estep through, I asked “Is Sarah Estep available?” More possible voices followed.
My Setup for EVP Recording Sessions