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Now since equipment like the electronic voice generator or spirit box and other electronic voice phenomenon equipment have come about there’s been huge debates. Some say that these electronic devices are nothing more then a bunch of junk, however those who have used them say otherwise. 

But with so many fakes out there how do we know that these electronic devices used to contact the other side do actually work, but then again how do we know that they don’t work?

For around 100 years paranormal investigators have been using these devices to hear and in a sense translate the sensitive noise from what they think sounds like something into something that we can understand, in a sense it is kind of complicated to really understand. 

Here’s an example of some electronic voice phenomenon. 

Skeptics say that they all agree on how the box works, but they do say that it works WITHOUT the involvement of spirits. Cross-modulation, The power of self suggestion, apophenia, white noise are just a few of the things that they say it could be. 

There’s far too many explanations that it could possibly be without the suggestion that it’s actual spirits connecting through these devices. However, some say that skeptics DON’T have the answers to everything even though they think they do. 

Even though both sides have conflicting opinions, nether side has solid proof of what’s going on. 

Check out this other video of some more EVP sessions 


2 thoughts on “Do Electronic Devices Used To Contact The Other Side Work?”
  1. Why don’t investigators ask the ghosts who their killer is and what evidence will bring him/her to justice. Get useful info from them instead of asking stupid questions that have no purpose. Stuff the ghost hunters could research.
    What’s your full name? How did you die? Who was your killer? What evidence will convict him? Where is this evidence? Where is the killer?

  2. Cover the words with your finger and it becomes noise. It is extremely unlikely that NOBODY was talking in those areas. There are so many explanations for the “voices”on the tape which has nothing to do with the paranormal.
    I didn’t hear the guy say he synchronized his recording device with the environment. Was he using a virgin tape? Could there be recorder noise inherent in the unit? Are the volumes of the “voices” enhanced to hear them? How sensitive is the amp and microphone of the unit? Prepwork must be done before investigation can begin. Could be tape hiss. If not a new tape, could latent voices fro prior recordings.

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