Electronic Voice Phenomenons (EVPs)
An EVP is a voice that is embedded on an audio recorder, whether it be a digital or tape recorder. EVPs are sounds that are not heard by investigators at the time they are created and aren't even discovered until reviewing the recording. Electronic Voice Phenomenons are some of the most reliable pieces of evidence and as for MBPT probably 75% of our evidence is EVPs.
The sub links are locations, along with several EVPs as well as Disembodied Noises we have obtained while investigating these locations.
These are noises heard out loud by investigators or subjects that are not created by any natural means. Disembodied Noises can be recorded as well. Disembodied Noises are far less common than EVP's, however are still a very valuable piece of evidence.