Alameda Naval Air Museum (6/20/15): Marilyn York’s Office

Marilyn York played a big part in opening up the Alameda Naval Air Museum. Without her efforts, it’s likely that the Museum wouldn’t exist. There is a room set up on the 1st floor dedicated to her life and it is known as “Marilyn’s Office.” This room was very active. Although the group only spent about 15 minutes here, there are a lot of EVPs recorded for such a short period of time.

Clip 1: This was recorded on the way to Marilyn York’s office on the 1st floor. I say, “It should be this office,” indicating where we go next. Someone human in the group says something that is unclear. In the middle of this, at the 2 second mark, a disembodied voice says, “Go in.”

Clip 2: Joke asks if Marilyn is in the office with us. Before Joke speaks, a male disembodied voice says something. Can you make it out? It’s possible that whomever/whatever said this EVP knew in advance what Joke was going to ask and gave a relevant answer.

Clip 3: Vicki says, “If you can hear me, come in and hang out with us.” A male disembodied voice responds. Can you make out what it’s saying?

Clip 4: I say, “I thought that was the walkie-talkie going off,” in response to the sound of a human hiccuping. There is laughter at my comment. At the 4 second mark, a disembodied voice can be heard saying, “And did you go?” This is followed by me reporting that I can hear disembodied voices speaking but can’t make out what is being said. Only upon review of the recording was I able to make out what the voice was saying at the time.

Clip 5: Joke asks, “Is that you in the yearbook, Marilyn?” A male disembodied voice responds. Can you make out what it’s saying?

Clip 6: Someone in the group is describing how she experiences hot flashes. A disembodied voice says either, “Hot flash” or “House flap.”

Clip 7: During a SB7 spirit box session, Vicki asks who was playing with her hair. A “woo-whoop” sound comes from the SB7. This is followed by a disembodied voice, which can be heard above the ongoing white noise of the SB7 flipping through radio stations,” that says, “Thanks a lot.”

Clip 8: I let the spirits know that the group is now heading to the museum area on the 1st floor. The Ghost Radar app says, “Let’s,” as in “Let’s go!” The group responds with laughter. I’m not sure I believe the Ghost Radar does what it claims to do, but it’s clear to me this was a direct response to what I’d just said.

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