Evidence > EVPs


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.


Adelaida Cemetery

B
"Do you like her?"
Faint female voice, but pretty easy to hear what's being said. Not sure if she's referencing me or oblivious to me.

B
"It's raining."
Prett clear woman's voice. This was captured on a clear sunny day, so it shows how their time/reality does not coalesce with ours.

C
"You're awake."
Faint female voice, perhaps answering a prior question about whether or not we're in a dream.

C
"Keep them whole."
Another very faint female voice. The first two words are more clean than the last.

C
"Come back when..."
VERY faint response, but sounds like five words or syllables.

C
"You can't..."
Too faint to make out. You can't pull away or You camp away? Female voice, though.

C
"The other people..."
Direct response to question about evil from a male. The first part seems clear, but more is said after, possibly "Should we test her?", but just too faint.

C
"Skip the lies."
Heard after response to evil question, but this is a female instead and a bit more clear.

C
"They're almost over-powered."
When asked about people who can see the dead, this is a faint response from a male.

C
(female)"You can." (male) "You're not specific to why."
Direct (but faint) response when asked about living in dreams when dead.

C
"You learn to speak."
Realllly faint female voice at the end of the EVP session.

C
"Please hear me "
More faint female talking.

C
"What do you care, if it's non-complete?"
Response to question about memories from a secondary recorder. Male voice but there's a plane flying over, so hard to hear

C
"They're training with (Paul Sticks?)."
Weird voice captured. Maybe they are referring to a person's name there.

C
"...So please don't give up on me."
First part is too faint to make out, but after the bird sound, you can hear it a bit more.

C
(1st woman) "She wants the (exclament?) to go on." (2nd woman) "She says he did."
Two women talking to each other.