EVPs I recorded at cemeteries

In the following EVP, you will hear me say that I have to be going, and bye. You will then hear a slight whistling tune (was someone on the other side whistling?) and then the response, "Goodbye". In addition, if you reverse the response "Goodbye", it still says, "Goodbye". This was recorded at the Loudon Memorial Gardens Cemetery on December 12th, 2004.

Goodbye

Here is the same EVP, but the response is amplified:

Goodbye - Amplified

Here is the origional uncleaned version of the EVP:

Goodbye [Uncleaned]

Here is the "Goodbye" above reversed, which still sounds like Goodbye:

Goodbye [Reversed]


In the next EVP, you will hear me say "Thank you to anyone who participated... bye" and get the response "good... goodbye", but it is fairly faint. I hear it easily, but it seems many people can not. This was recorded in Loudon, Tennessee at a cemetery right off of exit 76 off I-75. I don't know the name of the cemetery right off hand. It was recorded on December 5th, 2004.

Goodbye

Here is the origional uncleaned version of the EVP:

Goodbye [uncleaned]


This EVP was recorded at the Loudon Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee on December 4th, 2004.

What I hear is "Hi, Hi, Hi, Hi", each "Hi" being a little louder than the last, and then "You look awful!". I don't know if the spirit was telling me that I look awful, or if the spirit was telling the spirit that was saying "Hi, Hi, Hi, Hi" that she looked awful. As best I can tell, the "Hi" is in a female voice, and the "You look awful" is in a male voice.

Hi - You Look Awful!

Here is the origional uncleaned version of the EVP:

Hi - You look Awful! [uncleaned]


I got this EVP at the Loudon Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee on December 4th, 2004. It sounds to me like the name "Childred Heath".

Childred Heath

Here is the origional uncleaned version of the EVP:

Childred Heath [uncleaned]


Here is another EVP I got on my December 4th, 2004 trip to the Loudon Memorial Gardens Cemetery. I believe it says, "How do we get out?"

How do we get out?

The following file is the same EVP, but the middle section has been slowed by 10% to make it easier to distinguish the words.

How do we get out? [slowed]

Here is the origional uncleaned version of the EVP:

How do we get out? [uncleaned]


I recorded this EVP at the Old Concord cemetery in Farragut, Tennessee (right outside of Knoxville) on January 8th, 2005. I read a tomb stone and then asked, "You still here Winfrey or have you left?". I then get the response "I'm right here".

Here is the whole thing, me reading the tomb stone and the response:
I'm right here [extended version]

Here is just the response from the spirit:

I'm right here

Here is the origional uncleaned version of the EVP:

I'm right here [uncleaned]


This EVP that I received sounds pretty clear to me, but many people seem to hear things different than me in it. I hear "May 29, 1973".

Cleaned and amplified:

May 29, 1973

Cleaned, audio deepened, amplified and slowed a little:

May 29, 1973

Here is the origional uncleaned version of the EVP:

May 29, 1973 [uncleaned]


I'm not sure what to make of this one. It sounds like "Mannic, Mannic" to me. It was recorded at the cemetery off of exit 76 (Sugarlimb) off of I-75 on December 31, 2004. Whatever the EVP says, it came through so loud and clear, there was no need to do any cleaning to it. Here is the origional uncleaned version:

Mannic Mannic? [uncleaned]


This EVP was recorded at a cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee. The response came shortly after I asked if there were any games that spirits like to play. Forward the response sounds like, "I got 8 words".. a spirit game? Other variations I can hear on this one are, "I got a pink one" and, "I got a pinguin". Reversed, though, it sounds like "Help Me" and then what sounds a lot like "Ha Ha".

I Got 8 Words

I Got 8 Words [slowed by 20%]

Help Me

Here is the origional, uncleaned versions:

I Got 8 Words [uncleaned]

Help Me [uncleaned]


This EVP was recorded at a cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee. It is very clear. It says "Requests were common".

Requests Were Common


This EVP was recorded at a cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee. I think it says, "A Long Life". Maybe the spirit is telling me that he lived a long life?

A Long Life


This EVP was recorded at a cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee. It sounds to me like "I must see Rome" or "I must see light".

I must see Rome


This EVP was recorded at a cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee. I had asked what the name of the person buried in a new plot which wasn't yet marked yet was, and received what sounded like the same name being repeated over and over, but on all of them either the first name was clear or the last name was clear, so I put them together in one file. The name comes out to be "John Malvoy". I checked the tombstone after it was put in to see if the name on it say "John Malvoy", but it was not.

John Malvoy

John Malvoy [extended] - Contains the question before the answer. The "John" part came 6 seconds after the question was done being asked. Some of the "dead time" between the question and the answer has been removed. The difference in background noise you hear when the response comes is because the response was amplified, and in order to not deafen you, I didn't amplify my question.


This EVP was recorded at a cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee. It appears to contain 3 spirits, two people & a dog. This is what I hear, "Where's the dog?... bark... very good.. John... bark". So, it seems like someone is saying "Where's the dog?" and then the dog barks, and then someone else responds "Very good, John" and then the dog barks again. Maybe talking about the "John" that spoke in the above EVP? This one was recorded in the same spot. It was recorded 1 minute and 32 seconds later.

I speculate what may be going on here is that the spirits are teaching the new spirit to materialize things, so he is trying to materialize a dog which he does and then the other spirit responds, "Very Good, John".

Where's The Dog?


This EVP was recorded at a cemetery in Loudon, Tennessee. It was recorded as I was walking to my car to leave. I believe it says, "Hold it... Goodbye"

Hold It... Goodbye


This EVP was recorded at the Loudon Memorial Gardens Cemetery on January 15th, 2005. It seems to say "Give Me My Book" pretty clearly.

Give Me My Book!


This EVP was recorded at the Old Concord Cemetery on January 17th, 2005. It sounds like "Veronica".

Veronica


This EVP was recorded at the Old Concord Cemetery on January 17th, 2005. It sounds like "Ricco Brownsey".

Ricco Brownsey


This EVP was recorded at the cemetery right off the Sugar Limb exit (exit 76 off I-75) on December 30th, 2004. I had said, "The first question that I'd like to ask is, what is your name?". Almost immediately comes a response of, "My first question is, what is your name (and the word name is drawn out)". (I guess he was mocking me.) Then, after 12 more seconds of me not saying anything, aparently he gets tired of waiting, and says, "What now?" (Or, the "What Now" may be a different spirit. It is much louder and clearer than the first part.) Also notice how before and after the spirit speaks, there are clicks. It is very interesting how there is often connect and disconnect type sounds before and after a spirit speaks. Below I have 3 files. 1. The whole thing, with my question and no silence between questions taken out. 2. My question and the responses, but the silence between questions is removed. 3. Just the spirit talking without much silent time.

Also, there is a "Less Cleaned" version of each of the files. When the files are cleaned, some artifact noise gets introduced, so some people may find the more cleaned version easier to understand, and others may find the less cleaned version easier to understand.

What is your name? [The whole thing with the pauses.]

What is your name? [The whole thing with the pauses. - Less Cleaned]

What is your name? [All of the speaking (mine and the spirits), but the pauses between the talking removed.]

What is your name? [All of the speaking (mine and the spirits), but the pauses between the talking removed. - Less Cleaned]

What is your name? [Just the spirit talking without pauses.]

What is your name? [Just the spirit talking without pauses. - Less Cleaned]


I recorded this EVP at the Old Concord cemetery in Farragut, Tennessee (right outside of Knoxville) on January 8th, 2005. I said, "Next, I'd like to ask what your name is?" and then came the response, "Nick Nalory".

Nick Nalory


I recorded this EVP at the Loudon Memorial Gardens cemetery in Loudon, Tennssee on August 14th, 2005. I said, "Do you have any achievements that you're proud of?", and got a reponse which I believe to be, "I did".

I did


I recorded this EVP at the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery in downtown Knoxville (on Gay Street). I read a tombstone which said that Sarah was buried there, so I said, "Tell us something about yourself, Sarah". Then, a response which I believe says, "I'm waiting". I actually heard this response in real time. I had the recorder up next to my right ear, and I heard the EVP whispered into my right ear (and the recorder). This is the first time I have experienced hearing an EVP real time. After the EVP I comment, "That was weird, I thought I actually heard something with my own ears, like a whispering." I was really surprised as soon as this happened. The whispering was just like a live person walked up and whispered in my right ear. If my eyes had been shut I would have thought it was a living person whispering in my ear. This EVP was recorded on February 25th, 2006.

I'm waiting


This EVP was also recorded shortly after the above EVP when still trying to communicate with Sarah. I ask how old Sarah was when she died, and I get a response which is in a female voice, but I can't make out what is being said.

How Old?


This EVP was also from the First Presbyterian Church Cemetery cemetery. It seems to say, "Bless you, bless you".

Bless You

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