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The Paranormal Guide Weekly Podcast 012: Disembodied Voices and EVP's
Posted by Ashley Hall on October 17, 2012 at 1:57 AM

Welcome to podcast 012!

This week we discuss disembodied voices and EVP's (Electronic Voice Phenomenon). As paranormal investigators we deal with the tw types of communication quite often. Not always capturing good examples of them but rather trying to experiment with it. We talk quite in depth about some of our experiences both personnal and as a team aswell as some of the equipmwnt we use.

Feet on the Street asks 'Do you believe the voices of ghosts and spirits can be recorded?' We were suprised with some of the answers we recieved.

We interview Alison Oborn (her third time on the show) and talk about some of her favourite EVP's and give you all a chance to hear them for yourselves. Alison has been investigating for several decades and during that time she has captured many EVP's. Most have now been debunked by herself so she plays us some of what is left over so you can decide for yourself. Warning... you may want head phones on as they do sound better with the sound travelling straight into your ears.

Listeners question asks 'What is the strangest question you have asked in a EVP session?' A great question and one we have some fun answering. We have been in many places and situations so we have had many opportunities to ask some bizarre questions!

Cyclosa takes us out with 'Taking Over Me'.

Links and Contact Info:


Adelaide Haunted Horizons:

APPI Tours:

Alpine Nirvana:

Apparition Technologies:

Ghost Shack:

Access Paranormal:

Newcastle Ghost Tours:

And as always for all feedback and suggestions

All music (except final track) by Kevin MaCleod


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Reply Tina Fraser
01:58 AM on October 23, 2012 
Debbie your experience is without a doubt the coolest way ever to learn a new language!!
Reply Debbie Williams
03:35 AM on October 17, 2012 
Thankyou Alison for your contribution...certainly interesting captures !

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