Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) at The Grove...





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EVP at The Grove

EVP, or Electronic Voice Phenomena, is the capturing of mysterious voices or sounds on an audio recording that were not audible when the recording was made. Some people attribute these things to the idea that spirits find it easier to create noise that is inaudible to the human ear, but which can be picked up by recording devices, which can detect a much wider audible range.

On Saturday, October 21, 2006, Ken Strong was taking The Grove tour, and as the group was moving from the Parlor to the Dining Room Ken had a voice recorder on. He recorded a little over three minutes, and just before turning it off, he captured a very etherial whisper. You can hear it by clicking the link below. In the recording, you can hear me talking about Frank and Minerva Stilley, the couple who built The Grove in 1861; I say, "Frank and Minerva lived here for about twenty years, rasied two sons here, and then something terrible happened...". As I talk, the floors are creaking as everyone moves to the dining room, and you can hear a whispered voice that says something phonetically sounding like "Ah - Eee - Uh-ah". I have no idea what is actually being said, so if you have any ideas, please let us know!

Click here for the EVP

Ken Strong was generous enough to allow us to post the EVP that he captured on the website. Please note that Ken owns the copyright to the recording and it is used with his permission.


The Unknown Paranormal investigation group capture an EVP out in front of The Grove while on the Historic Jefferson Ghost Walk, and posted it to YouTube. You can see the video, and hear the EVP below:


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