Dad are you able to speak to me? Is there anything that you want me to say to mom?
Dennis D are you there? Uncle Don are you there?
“Yes I am”
Uncle J are you there?
“Yes I am.”
Grandpa J are you there?
“Yes all the time here.”
Grandpa B are you here.
Are any of you excited to talk to me?
“Yes, yes, yes.”
Are any of you figuring this out?
Abe you know how to do a lot of things already. (He has done an apport with a crystal).
“I am at… I’m doing this over ..over here …each.”
Do any of you know how to make phones ring?
“He does know. You’re on the phone right now. Know his own phone yes.”
Dennis did you make phones ring ?
“Yes hello yes. Did I? Yes.”
(After passing both my cousin Dennis and his wife made their cell phones ring to my phone.)
Recordings are made per the instructions on Sheri Perl’s website for the “EVP Line.” She has been practicing with her deceased son for some time and his voice is clear and recognizable. It takes time for those on the other side to become proficient with the modality and the person listening on this side has to become familiar with the process as well. I record in 5-10 minute sessions and it takes about an hour or two to transcribe a session as I must listen carefully to each short clip to catch the words and phrases. Then suddenly, I will get a very audible clip that makes it all even more worthwhile.
I cannot hear their answers until I play the recording back. So, I ask a question and wait and watch the recording program. You can tell when they are talking by the bars on the screen. Then I ask another question and watch for the bars to flat line. I started talking to my relatives and friends on the other side in September, but have expanded to connect with other people's deceased loved ones. Recently, I had two separate murder victims with whom I communicated. They had both been thought to be suicides, but they had a different story. I will not be publishing those at this time. If you would like me to help you with communications using the EVP Line, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I plan on continuing to make recordings and transcribing them, so check back often for new material.