Lake Herman Road (5/28/16): Part 3

This is the 3rd part of the clips recorded during several EVP sessions conducted on the turnout on Lake Herman Road. All of these are 2nd generation recordings.

Clip 1: Annette is asking if the location attracts evil. At the beginning of the clip and before she speaks, there is a possible EVP. I can hear what sounds like, “Let go” or “Let’s go.”

At the end of the clip (10 second mark and after the car goes by), I can hear a disembodied voice say, “No.”

Clip 2: Cindy asks, “What’s your name?” At the 3 second mark, there is an unidentified sound/possible EVP, followed by a weird distortion. We did not hear the distortion at the time of the recording and it may have happened as we were listening to the replay of the EVP session. Note that no one, either on the recording or in real time (during play back), tags the sound, so none of us heard it at the time.

At the end of our 3rd EVP session, several of us heard a whirling or whining noise down the locked road. I joked that it sounded like a vortex opening up. I wonder if this distortion is somehow related to that noise?

Clip 3: Chris asks who is talking with us. I can hear a possible disembodied voice at the 7 second mark that sounds like it is saying, “You don’t need to” or “We don’t need to.”

Clip 4: Mike asks if there are any spirits at Blue Rock Springs Park. The Park is nearby and is the location of another Zodiac Killer murder. I can hear what may be a disembodied voice after his question but I can’t make out what is being said. Can you?

Clip 5: There was a pile of discarded items left in the turnout and there was a bad smell coming from the pile. Laura J asks the spirits if the smell is from the garbage or from something dead. At the end of the clip, there is a possible disembodied voice that says what sounds like, “Ed.”

Clip 6: This was recorded right after we’d heard a whirling/whining noise in the distance. We are joking about what we heard. At the 10 second mark, a disembodied voice says, “No, Kay,” “No kay,” or “Oh, Kay/OK.”

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