EVPs #10, #11, & #12

July 30, 2009 on 2:06 pm | In Article | 2 Comments

When you check these EVPs out you will notice the team asking questions and we acknowledge a response on the Trifield IMeter.  It is from the Trifield IMeter reaction to several questions that were being asked by the AAPI members and myself.

An IMeter is a tool that is supposed to pick up electrical changes in the atmosphere.  The idea is you ask a question and when the spirit is close or it tries to make contact, the lights flicker and there is a low noise.

Let me know what you think.  I have to say #12 is pretty amazing.  I was there with the AAPI staff helping with the investigation.  I have to tell you that when I first hear this recording, my mouth flew open.  None of the three people that had sat there heard a voice other than our own.  I did report seeing the curtain move and there was a bit of a cold spot close to where I was sitting.

#10  53.20.0-55.55.5-Record of Trifield lmeter reaction

#11  55.03.0-55.12.0-Record of Trifield meter reaction

#12  58.50.0-59.19.0-Record of Trifield meter reaction with MG

Now what do you think?  Did you hear the childs voice?  It sure startled me.  I think she answers me by saying “three”.


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  1. I hope there are more!

    Comment by Rhonnie — August 11, 2009 #

  2. I heard the child’s voice pretty clearly. I could hear some of the other stuff on here too, but that was the clearest.

    Comment by Apryl — August 30, 2009 #

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