Click to play the EVPs. You must wear headphones to hear most EVPs. Using headphones that specialize in lower-frequencies (bass) will help. Never use noise-cancelling ones for audio listening, as those headphones can actually nullify EVPs.
"Why? Are you?"
Provoking a response while in the men's bathroom in the basement. The investigator did not hear any response while there.
"That one." "And Monroe."
Direct response to question. The first response is immediate and loud, but can be interpretted as different things (two words). A few seconds later is a softer EVP, but when slowed, it very clearly says "Monroe", who was the killer of Anna Corbin.
"Is that what you want?" "Must."
Another direct response to the investigator. The spirit responds multiple times during this particular EVP session.
"Let me go."
This male voice was captured in the back room of the infirmatory wing while just walking around.
First floor level by staff dining room, a male voice welcomes us as we were walking around.
Ambiguous followed by "Randall"."
From a stationary camcorder in the 2nd floor hallway, a male's voice is heard sounding like "don't pa", followed by a short "sit", then a clear name, "Randall". Possible multiple entities talking.
"Ray Dunya" "No."
From stationary camcorder in dining room above kitchen. Sounds like a name (Note, Ray D. Johnson escpaed Preston twice), followed by a softer "No." reply. Possibly two spirits talking?
This was from the library on the second floor, captured on a stationary camcorder. It is clear, but very random, as no one else was around.
Direct response to an investigator's EVP session, but the voice comes across too deep to hear. There's also a female whisper a few seconds after which we can't make out.
Another direct response, but more faint. It is captured towards the end of the EVP session.
Ambiguous noise followed by "Hello."
In the basement hallway, we were greeted by this male voice.
Random voice captured in the basement.
Basement level, very faint male response to an investigator being there.
"Anna Corbin" or "I'm a...?"
Heard while walking around. It's faint and we don't know if it's directed at us, or just residual.
Captured in the basement hallway on a stationary camcorder. Female voice, but not clear what's being said.
Experimentally used, the theremin changes pitch as someone moves their hands next to it. No one was on the floor at the time and it had many pitch changes.