My Father and I, when he was alive, were involved in Family Genealogy, we spent alot of time in old Cemeteries, and of course, I couldnt resist bringing my Digital Recorder along.
We were standing in the Cockerham Cemetery in Northern Winn Parish, The Cemetery looked as though it hadnt been mowed, or cleaned up in years, as the weeds were almost knee high, I was standing next to the grave of a 6 year old girl, she was born in 1891 and died 1897, her name was Susie Mechen, I had my recorder running at the time, My father was recording names and dates off headstones on the other side of the small Cemetery, he asked me, "Brian, how do you spell that?, Mechen"?, I responded with "Yeah". Right after that, I captured alittle girls voice saying, "Thank You", as if showing her appreciation for getting her last name spelled correctly. I let my Dad listen to it, and it shocked him.
I took the recording home with me, I put it on my Computer software cool edits Pro,, I found that theres not just one EVP, but two, it seems theres a Whisper superimposed over the "Thank You" that says, "Thats right".
This past summer I took a Lawn Mower to the Cemetery and mowed it, cleaned it up... Its too bad that nobody takes care of these places...