Ghosts United with Science.

Paranormal Meets Technology.

GhostGirls is an all-female paranormal investigation group based out of the San Francisco Bay Area. We use technology and creative investigation techniques to attempt to capture evidence of the paranormal and ask questions that may offer insight into our understanding of reality. It is important that we share all our evidence with the community. All photo, video, and audio evidence is posted on our website (with client approval), so please let us know what you think!

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New Investigation Up!
Post by Nikki on Jul 28, 2014

We did a quick investigation over at Shoreline Park in Mountain View. There's an historic house there (the owners don't want it to be specifically mentioned) and to our surprise, there was a ton of EVP activity out in the garden area! Unfortunately, it was quite windy, being next to the bay of course, so only a few EVPs made it through screening. We will be going back with thermal and this time bring a wind screen for the voice recorder. It's always exciting when we go to a location and expect to capture nothing at all and end up with audio of people talking right back to us!

Happy Ghosting!



Hearing EVPs
Post by Nikki on Jul 7, 2013

Hey Ghosties!

If you are having trouble playing the audio EVPs on this site, please upgrade your Flash! I know, technology sucks some time. If you're all updated and it still doesn't play, let me know (nikki@ghostgirls.org). I can look into purchasing an HTML5 player (which then wouldn't work on older browsers).

And one more thing! When listening to EVPs, please PLEASE use headphones! Not only that, but use over-the-ear headphones that will block out a lot of the external noises. Do NOT use active noise cancellation headphones. These actually insert audio frequencies that can cancel out the faint EVPs. You don't want to use something that's going to modify the audio in any way. One more tip -- get headphones that have emphasis on bass. These play lower frequencies that you wouldn't get to hear otherwise. You don't need anything expensive. I use the "JVC Xtreme Xplosives Around-ear headband headphones that reproduce powerful and dynamic deep bass sound." which were around $30.

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