Ghost Walk 2010 EVPs Part II

January 30, 2011 on 11:51 am | In Article | 4 Comments

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I must first apologize for the lateness of this posting.  Things here at the library have been very busy and my work load has not allowed me the time necessary to review all the evidence.  Many of you have been calling or emailing me asking when the rest would be posted.  I hope that I will be able to post the rest within the next couple articles.  Thank you for your patients.

Some of the EVPs listed are very hard to hear.  For best results listen with headphones in a quiet room.  Please let me know what you think  you hear.

EVPs

#11 “I am Michael”

I am Michael

#12 Unknown EVP

Unknown EVP

#13 Women’s Restroom

102900952308[00] Womens Restroom TL

#14 “Come Michael”

Come Michael

#15 Unknown 2

Unknown 2

#16 Unknown by TL

Unknown by TL

#17 Unknown 3

Unknown 3

Watch for the recordings from the digital recorder soon. 

If you have heard something please let me know what you think you hear.  I would love to hear from you.  

Thank You.

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  1. The one with the womens bathroom and unknown #3 are the same EVPS. I heard something in the beginning, middle and end. It is like he is repeating Himself and it almost sounds like it is German or something, I know it isn’t english. Hummmm? Pretty cool!

    Comment by Bridget — February 1, 2011 #

  2. Thanks for sending in your EVP and for your comments. There may be a few more to come. Keep watching. Thanks!!!

    Comment by Micki — February 2, 2011 #

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