Post by rebelreaper on Feb 14, 2008 20:52:30 GMT -5
WHats everyones take on these "ghost boxes"? THeres seems to be a few popular ones out there including Frank's box and Joe's Box. There are also plenty of radio shack fm radio boxes on youtube. Not using one of these personally and going by what I've heard on youtube I think its just clashing of fm signals producing "answers" and voices. if you try using a regular radio and going back and fourth between channels you can make somr funny sentences. Now picture this moving at a high rate of speed and radio stations clashing. Until I use one of these myself I'd say its just radio stations clashing and creating answers. Now I've heard voice communication from the alleged "spiritcom" and must say that one is rather creepy. If you havent looked it up go on yahoo and type spiritcom or check out the vid on jkcinema.com
Post by Brad-LaSpirits on Feb 15, 2008 8:57:28 GMT -5
I have heard discrepancies with these devices. I would agree that there is the possibility of radio interference. I myself, have captured segments of radio broadcast on a simple voice recorder, so I dont see why there couldnt be the same interference with the "ghostbox".
Ive been watching these videos on youtube about "Ghost boxes", but from what I understand about EVP's, they are out of range with normal hearing, so, how can a radio pick it up on FM Broadcast Bands?. We can hear that.
Post by paranormalis50 on Dec 31, 2010 20:49:15 GMT -5
Nobody really knows exactly what EVP's, per se, are. It's even possible they are not sound as we know it, but get "imprinted". In the "older" days, many cautious investigators listened to cassette tapes, immediately after opening them from the factory package, to make sure they were "fresh" and didn't accidentally get recorded, somehow. A few of these contained EVP, without ever having been in a recorder. They were known as EVP, since, sometimes, they contained the same EVP as from another cassette in a recorder, with the unopened package in the same room or nearby. Sometimes the EVP on the fresh cassette contained answers to questions asked in the room, or comments made therein, the cassette never having been in a recorder.
EVP voices have come through phones, TV's, radios, and other electronic items. With updates in electronics, the "voices" seem to be able to keep up, including sending anomalous text messages. Been involved in several of those myself. Love to hear if anyone has had any of these experiences.
Post by Rachael-LA. Spirits on Jan 3, 2011 12:59:01 GMT -5
As you know, John, I have received IM messages via computer from "someone/thing". That really frightened me. Really. You know that though... you were on the other computer! HA! I know that isn't the same as an actual voice, but it was submitted electronically and it was communication. Also, we had a case once where the client was being texted by whatever/whoever was "haunting" their daughter. As far as the Franks Box or the Ghost Box, I don't know... Never checked into one. If I were doing an evp session, I would rather just use my recorders.
I think the only good device to use for EVP's is the Digital Recorders, I was watching the youtube videos about the Ghost boxes, and you can hear radio stations etc. Guess someone comes out with some device to try and make a buck off the Paranormal.