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EVP Experiments: Upping the ante for evidence
Written on March 28, 2012, 12:55:37 PM by Brian Parsons

Audio recording technology has come a long way since I started out in 1996. My first recorder was a small radio sized recorder (sometimes called a shoebox recorder) shoebox recorderthat used regular cassette tapes. One tape could record 30 or 45 minutes per side with two sides, but the rule was to not record on both sides as “bleeding” of voices or noises could potentially occur. The tapes produced their own white noise in the form of a mild hiss along with any mechanical sounds of the recorder which were usually recorded unless a separate microphone was used and the recorder hidden.    One learned quickly how to lubricate the device to keep these noises to a minimum or buy an external microphone. Working a case would usually mean buying a handful of tapes, although I...

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Have we captured ghosts on film?
Written on November 12, 2011, 08:42:39 PM by Brian Parsons

On September 19, 1936, two photographers were finishing up a series of photos for a magazine when one of them suddenly saw a transparent figure coming down a set of stairs in front of them. Captain Provand, upon the request from his partner Mr. Indre Shira, hurriedly prepared the camera and took a photograph that would become the most recognizable ghost photograph in history and would legitimize the possibility of ghosts through this one still shot – or would it? Brown LadyWhile this famous photograph taken at Raynham Hall of the ghost of the “Brown Lady” is thought to be the best “real deal” photograph ever, there is a little history missing from its backstory that reveals...

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Mansfield Reformatory Investigation: April 11, 2010
Written on May 14, 2010, 03:55:24 PM by Brian Parsons

I was very fortunate to be invited to share a night at the Mansfield Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio with a group out of Columbus that I had talked to for a number of months. The investigation would be with 15 or less people and he only had room for four of our investigators. We had tested our equipment during prior investigations and again prior to being at the Reformatory, but ultimately we encountered issues with a few of our infra red cameras. We spent a lot of time messing with cables and other issues while the other group made its way around the facility. By 11 P.M. we decided to just go with three IR cameras and set up a few other mini DVD cameras in spots we wanted to cover.

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"Noise Independent Vs Noise Dependent" in EVP Recording
Written on April 18, 2010, 04:25:59 AM by Ingrid Irwin

As many might know, I am a not a fan of "Noise Dependent'’ recording techniques for EVP research. Methods that use ‘noise’ for EVP recording have been used for decades, with the line of thought that noise is needed for voice formation. This requires that any sort of random or chaotic noise is employed in recording sessions. The "Noise Dependent" methods raises the percentage of misidentication to a very high degree. 

The method of ‘Noise Independent’ recording techniques means NO external noise is added to a recording session. The quiet room or controlled environment recording is difficult, time consuming, and arduous, so may be a deciding factor in why people steer away from it in the field.

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Farnam Manor Investigation: I
Written on April 01, 2010, 12:49:44 PM by Brian Parsons

We conducted our first formal investigation of Farnam Manor in Richfield, Ohio on March 6, 2010. Our hopes were high as we had collected some great EVPs while just touring the building a couple of weeks prior. We had collected numerous personal stories from the owners, Tim and Kathy, and were excited to investigate this inviting old building in detail. Our focus was also to collect investigation evidence for our presentation at the Farnam Manor Spirit Tour, which was a fundraiser for the Farnam Foundation to help raise some money and awareness for this historical building. Farnam Manor

 The investigation began slowly as we had to wait for the owners to get us into the building as they had thought we would be there on a different day. We ended up conducting our team meeting in our Equipment Manager's truck...

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