Savannah Ghosts Blog
Patrick, how do you insure your evidence, such as EVP, is not contaminated by ambient noise? Especially recording it live outside on the street?
That’s an excellent question. Quite simply – you can’t.
However, you can’t prevent contamination indoors either.
Some might think that by recording EVP indoors, it will insure that the problems of street level, outdoor […]
EVP, or more specifically Electronic Voice Phenomena has fascinated me for many years. Literally, voices (and other sounds) that mysteriously appear on audio recordings; inaudible to the naked ear at the time the recording is made, but clearly audible within the recording on playback.
When I first learned of EVP in the 1990’s, I was highly skeptical. […]
On the south east Trust lot of Savannah’s Calhoun Square, stands a concrete, Greek revival mansion. This house, unlike other historic homes in Savannah, is simply known by it’s street address – 432 Abercorn.
With the exception of the Mercer Williams House (the basis of the book and movie “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil), […]
I’ve been hosting the Savannah Ghosts Paranormal Investigators Tour since August of 2014. Our tours start and end nightly at Clary’s Cafe on Abercorn Street.
After our attendees arrive, I introduce myself and brief them on some of the technology we will be utilizing on our investigation.
On an almost nightly basis, my speech is frequently interrupted by […]
I’ve been coming to Savannah Georgia for well over a decade now to investigate her paranormal past. In the summer of 2014, my wife Marley Gibson and I decided to plant roots in this beautiful southern gem of a city. I was excited by the opportunity to continue my research work in America’s Most Haunted […]