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Spanish Military Hospital EVP

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This is one of the more creepy of the EVPs we recorded during our investigations of the Spanish Military Hospital in St. Augustine, FL.

In this recording by Ben you will hear Kevins voice at the beginning of the clip then an EVP of a not so friendly voice. The clip ends with a giggle from Michelle.

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We hear “Get Out!” over the end of Kevin’s voice and just before Michelle’s giggle.

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Lawrenceville Home EVP’s

David recorded this EVP during one of our investigations of this Private Home in Lawrenceville, GA. It was captured on the front porch as we were getting ready to enter the residence and begin the investigation.  By the end of the night we had recorded very little evidence.  We had no idea, at the time, that we had completed the most active investigation for EVP’s that we had yet to experience.  That record still stands today!

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We hear “find a priest” which is a little freaky knowing that was said as we entered the home but we had no idea what we had recorded.

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Tarleton Oaks EVP’s

Tarleton Oaks
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Here are some of the EVPs we recorded during our first two investigations at Tarleton Oaks.

EVP 1
Ed got this EVP while in the dining room of the home. This EVP was taken shortly before Ben, who was running our base, reported hearing girls voices on the front porch of the bed and breakfast.

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We hear “Ed… Come find us”.
What makes this EVP really cool is that Ben reported over the walkie-talkie that he was hearing the girls voices on the front porch. He said that it “sounded like little girls laughing, like little kids do when they are hiding for someone”

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EVP 2
Laurie got this EVP while her team was sitting at the base of the staircase.

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We hear “Thank You”

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Moon River Brewery EVP’s

Moon River Brewery, Savannah, Georgia

These EVPs were recorded during the same investigation of Moon River Brewery in Savannah, Georgia.

EVP #1
Ed recorded this EVP during our investigation of the upper floors of Moon River. Listen closely after you hear Ed say “Flash”.  You will hear a whisper.

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“I died over here”

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EVP #2
This creepy EVP was also recorded by Ed as his team investigated the upper floors of the building. I call him the Mortician because of his creepy voice. We don’t feel there is any doubt what this voice is asking for…

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“The second EVP is creepy sounding but a friendly enough request. We hear “Talk to me longer”

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Hells Church EVP

Hell’s Church, Canton Georgia.

This EVP, which sounds to us like an older woman, was caught as we were preparing to leave Hell’s Church. At the time of this recording, Laurie was the only woman near the recorder and her voice can be heard as the EVP begins. The voice was recorded over Laurie and you can still hear a little of her voice in the background.

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“We hear “it’s wonderful”. We wonder if the older woman is saying this to describe where she is or was she saying that she was happy we stopped by to visit?”

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Our New Website

Well, I am starting a new and improved (I hope!!) website.   The old Website for Historic Ghost Watch was severely out dated and frankly this is long over due.  The problem is now that programing a website has made huge advances since I last started a site from scratch and I am having to learn this all over again.  Please bare with me as I start this journey and I am sure we will all have a blast along the way!!

More pages will be coming soon… Promise.

Kevin – Historic Ghost