These were all recorded in different bedrooms on the 2nd floor.
Clip 1: This is a 2nd generation recording from our session in the hallway, Uncle Ory’s Room and Aunt Bertha’s Room. Laura J tags the location, saying, “EVP session, cut house.” As she says “cut house,” I can hear a male disembodied voice but can’t make out what it’s saying. Then, at the 3 second mark, I hear a different male disembodied voice say what sounds like, “That’s we’re doing.”
Clip 2: This is a 1st generation recording from the same spot. You’ll hear us talking in the background. In the first second of the clip, I can hear a male disembodied voice whisper “Ann,” which is my name.
My name was also said by disembodied voices in the part of the Barn where the tables are set up. This was the first location we investigated. I wonder if it was the same spirit saying my name upstairs? And I wonder who was trying to get my attention.
This is interesting to me. The 2nd generation recording (Clip 1) comes from Laura J’s recorder, which she had with her in the hallway. “Ann” was recorded on my recorder, which I had with me in Uncle Ory’s Room. The disembodied voice sounds very clear and close, as if it’s near to my recorder.
Clip 3: You’ll hear Laura say, “I’m going to put….” I then hear a disembodied male voice say what sounds like “Rollin” or “Rolling.” This is before Nikki says, “Look how….”
Clip 4: This is a 2nd generation recording from the wife’s Bedroom. I ask what she liked to do with her free time. At the 6 second mark, I can hear a female disembodied voice but can’t make out what it’s saying. I’ve amplified this part of the clip.
I also hear another possible female disembodied voice before this, starting at the 3 second mark. But it’s so faint that I can’t make out what it’s saying.
Clip 5: Nikki asks, “Did you sometimes sleep in the other room?” At the 4 second mark, there’s a sound. I don’t think it’s caused by a human, because no one tagged it at the time of the recording. Then, at the 6 second mark, I can hear a male disembodied voice say, “I don’t know.”