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Art Bell EVP show (originally broadcast on 10/18/2003)

Published on 11 May 2015

*Ghost-ops.net does not own this audio; it was copied from the radio years ago. Enjoy. =)

Air Date: Saturday – October 18, 2003
Host: Art Bell (Coast-to-Coast AM)
Guests: Brendan Cook, Barbara McBeath

EVP: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron…

Within ghost hunting and parapsychology, Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) are sounds found on electronic recordings that are interpreted as spirit voices that have been either unintentionally recorded or intentionally requested and recorded. Parapsychologist Konstantīns Raudive, who popularized the idea in the 1970s, described EVP as typically brief, usually the length of a word or short phrase.

Enthusiasts consider EVP to be a form of paranormal phenomena often found in recordings with static or other background noise, however, psychologists regard EVP as a form of auditory pareidolia (interpreting random sounds as voices in one’s own language) and a pseudoscience promulgated by popular culture. Prosaic explanations for EVP include apophenia (perceiving patterns in random information), equipment artifacts, and hoaxes.

Summary:
In a rebroadcast from 10/18/03, Brendan Cook & Barbara McBeath of the Ghost Investigators Society presented another selection of recorded ghost voices, known as Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP).

Website(s):
ghostpix.com
http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/20…

Biography:
Brendan Cook is the webmaster for the G.I.S. (Ghost Investigators Society) website and collaborates on events, stories, pictures and EVPs posted there. He has conducted presentations on behalf of the Society and been a spokesperson for the them on radio, TV and a USU documentary.

Barbara McBeath has independently researched and studied the spirit & ghost phenomena for over 40 years. She authored the G.I.S. (Ghost Investigators Society) Protocol and analyzes and collaborates on events, EVP’s, stories, pictures and videos for their website. She also has conducted lectures and presentations and has been a spokesperson on behalf of the Society in a USU documentary, and on TV and radio.