Some close friends have suggested I post some of the Best EVPs I have captured over the years.
You could say I have taken it for granted that speaking and traveling the past 10 years everyone knows my work in ITC and the types of EVPs I get. I have found, this is not the case.
Not everyone has seen me speak or attended my ghost hunts.
To satisfy some of the diehards and my fellow investigators, I plan to post, periodically, videos compiling some of the Best EVPs I have ever recorded. I will then move onto DRVPs. Responses captured during spirit box sessions. I am not sure how long it will take to post these, but rest assured you will get the opportunity to hear some amazing communications with spirits.
But first a little brief history:
I recorded my first EVP on a reel to reel player back in 1976 after staying up late night and seeing a special on ghosts and people that were capturing voices of the dead. (My parents sold the Reel to reel player in 1979 in a garage sale).
I recorded my second and third evps around 1977-78. I still have a couple of the recordings.
I had numerous audio tapes of my childhood damaged in 1984 from a numbskull accident that occurred in my bedroom that is quite embarrassing. Let me put it this way, I never should have hid open alcohol from after a high school party underneath my bed next to my childhood box of audio cassettes. Yes, the dumb things we do as teenagers. You guessed it, it spilled all over the cassettes. The tapes were ruined due to the sticky residue when they dried. With I still had these tapes and all the Ouija board sessions recorded on cassette tapes. All gone except one. I recorded just about everything as a kid back then.
In the Early 1990’s I recorded some of my ghost hunting and investigating and have them still on audio tape.
Majority of my data from 2005 to present has been backed up on a Drobo External drive and is in wave format.
I found out the hard way back in 2007 how important it is to properly back up digital data, when one of my TB drives crashed, causing me to lose many years of work…forever! A WB 1 TB drive, broken up into two 500GB drives is not the best way to store anything. For some reason, WB thought it was a smart idea to have information split between the two drives. The problem with that is, if one drive crashes the other drive can’t access the missing information. After sending it to three different diagnostic companies, they had the unfortunate news to tell me, there was nothing they could do. Needless to say I also lost a lot of personal, important photos and precious video footage of my father as well.
I have tons of audio from investigations I did during the TV show Dead Famous and Psychic Kids. Lost all the audio I did during the Manson Murders Episode of Ghost Hunters due to the crashed drive. Never recorded during the Ghost Adventures Live. Which I should have. I have mind blowing EVPs from the episodes of Psychic Kids, that never made it on air. Not to mention the 60+ events I did all over the USA at some of Americas most haunted locations. Queen Mary, Stanley Hotel, Waverly Hills, etc. Some great stuff.
Now I have to be realistic, there is no way in heaven I can get to all of them, probably not even half of them. There is most likely over a thousand hours of audio. Not to mention, the 15+ colleges I investigated each year dating back to 2007.
Some great…amazing…compelling stuff that I am excited to share with you, over time.
This EVP Volume 1 contains some audio from my childhood around 1977-78 and the years I started working on Dead Famous, where I investigated for the first time the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA
It also includes Excalibur Night Club in Chicago as well as some private investigations at Bachelors Grove Cemetery in Midlothian, IL and Hooters on Wells Street in the city of Chicago, IL.
EVP research has always been my interest and passion.
– Chris Fleming