Coming Soon to a Blog Near You

22 Nov

After much analysis, we are almost ready to publish our findings from the Pueblo Firehouse investigation.  Just to pique your interest, we can tell you we will have some extraordinary EVP’s, including the plaintive cry of a trapped child.  We will also invent a new term for a certain phenomenon–reverse interactive EVP’s.  New to us, but perhaps you have run across it before as an investigator.

Coming soon… DONE!

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2 Responses to “Coming Soon to a Blog Near You”

  1. ghostbusterbev February 4, 2014 at 9:33 pm #

    Sounds intriguing…I look forward to reading about this case and also hearing the EVPs. A question for you: it is my belief that spirits cannot speak because they do not have a voice box…they can however make sounds through the kind of electronic equipment that “ghost hunters” use. What is your opinion on this?


    • Ghostbroker February 4, 2014 at 11:27 pm #


      There are two parts to my response to your question:

      1. We have not yet published the EVP’s from the Pueblo Firehouse Museum because we still don’t have permission from the museum curator. We always like to have that in place first. Why we still don’t after asking I don’t know, but its worth a try again.

      2. How do ghosts emit linguistic sounds? I think we have to ask the more general question, “how do ghosts manifest themselves in any way, including apparitions? The latter are the rarest form of manifestation; EVP’s are the most common. It may be that a given level of energy is required for any such phenomenon, the most required for visual materialization, and the least needed for voice. Why can we hear them on audio recordings and generally not with our own ears? Probably for the same reason we can’t hear any ultra or subsonic sound; our ears just don’t pick up those frequencies, just like we don’t hear those very high and very low sounds a dog might hear from a high pitched whistle or the predictive rumblings of an imminent earthquake. Audio recorders, especially digital ones, are able to “hear” them just like our sensitive dog. Back to how ghosts emit those sounds: I don’t know! I’d have to fall back on my general theory of ghosts, namely that they exist in a dimension adjacent to ours from time to time in certain places. “Hauntings” are then expressions of the brief overlap of our dimension to theirs. If that is true, then we may conclude that the departed spirits of our loved (and hated) ones haven’t ventured very far away indeed, and in their world are capable of speech without a body, just like they’re able to sometimes appear in their former mortal form. Their vocal expression may in fact be a form of inter-dimensional telepathy that is somehow translated to recordable speech once it crosses the barrier.

      I want to you hear these EVP’s. When my daughter-in-law first heard the child’s voice through earphones (she is a sensitive), she immediately broke into tears. I will advise you when they’re ready.


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