Sunday, June 14, 2009

One of the most violent and horriffic EVP's ever recorded.

Central New York Ghost Hunters (CNYGH) captured this EVP while investigating an old hotel built in the early 1800's in upstate New York.(hotel name confidential per owner's request)

The group's founder, Stacey Jones, and her crew of several members chose to stay overnight is the hotel. Many of the crew members who were questioned said it was the most active paranormal experience that they've come across. The next day, at around 3 pm, the crew sat on the staircase of the hotel with a digital voice recorder, intending to capture some EVP. What they recorded would be one of the lengthiest and most terrifying EVP's ever captured..

The group's founder describes what she heard on the recording:

"You can [faintly] hear the three females talking throughout the recording. You will hear a female – the family member – say, 'Hello, baby,' and another long conversation. Those are all human voices. But what sounds like a struggle or attack is going on as well.

"The male [voice] you hear was not present at the hotel. You will hear a cuckoo clock (which was not present) a ticking of a hall clock (which was there); you will hear what sounds like the microphone being moved (which was not touched) and then the sound becomes clearer.

"You will hear a creaking door and slamming of the door, which is real. Then you will hear a [unknown] woman say, 'Get off me,' and what sounds like the woman being attacked. The struggle continues for awhile, and during the EVP you can hear some of my investigators' conversations. After interviewing my investigators, they said they went and sat on the stairs of this hotel, because they heard from an above floor, what sounded like footsteps and conversations, not what you hear on this recording. When the noises stop, you hear the investigators participate in a lulled conversation. They stated that they started to talk when the noises stopped. In their conversation, you will hear a male voice say, 'Help me' several times."

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