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Ghost Hunting


Many individuals today use technology without fully understanding its workings. I recently watched a video of a local ghost hunting team and immediately recognized the location they were filming. Specifically, they were demonstrating EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon), which involves capturing unexplained voices on an audio recording device. While some people consider this as evidence of supernatural beings, it is important to acknowledge that our world is filled with energy-leaking devices. Under certain circumstances, these devices can interact unexpectedly. For instance, an audio device may accidentally pick up a radio signal. In the case of the location chosen by the group in the video, they showcased old WWII buildings, but behind the camera operator stood the Marine Exchange with its radio tower. My video captures this scene.

Additional footage showed them using a phone as an audio recorder and holding an EMF meter next to it. They commented on how every time they talked, the EMF meter would jump. The problem is the voice recognition on the phone is not processed locally. Every time the phone hears something that needs interpretation, that data has to be sent out for voice recognition processing, which explains the jump on the EMF meter when the phone transmits the voice signal. EMF meters are not frequency specific and therefore of limited use. In my tests, I used a Spectrum Analyzer to identify the type of energy detected.

There are mysteries out there, but using equipment improperly will not uncover them.

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