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Robin Williams Spirit Voice EVP And Ghostly Phone Calls From The Dead!
EVP or Electronic Voice Phenomenon.
We would all like to believe in a life after death. How depressing it would be to think that we would never see God or meet up with our lost loved ones in Spirit.
On browsing the internet I came across an amazing phenomenon called EVP, electronic voice phenomenon. This is when someone 'Talks' to the dead via the recording device on their phone.
I had heard of it before, but have never been that convinced to be honest. Can our loved ones really dial earth so to speak? Seems a bit out there, but many thousands of people believe it.
And how does it work?
You can just use a normal cell phone but many people who take this seriously do go out and buy expensive equipment to make sure the words that come through are much clearer.
Just tape your voice asking a question, and then hold the cell phone up and hope an answer comes onto the phone. You won't hear it out loud, but when you play the phone back you may get a whisper that will send chills up your spine.
On the Robin Williams clip you can either listen to the guy explaining it all, or you can skip to the yellow line which is approximately around 8 minutes 30 seconds. This sent chills up my back, it seems so real. What do you think?
Is this really the ghost of Robin Williams saying 'I'm Here With Dad'?
'I may not believe completely, but after hearing this I had a lump in my throat, it definitely sounds like Robin Williams'.— Nell Rose
If that didn't chill you to the bone and make you think, then lets take phantom phone calls.
When my mother died I had a phone call around 4 am. I reached over, picked it up and said 'Hello'? But there was no answer. At 8 am I was told by my aunt that my mum had died in the night. I asked if she had phoned me at 4 but she said no, and neither had the carers at the residents home either.
This is just one example of spooky phone calls when someone passes on. In this day of electronic this and that its not surprising that ghosts and spirits decide that its a great way to contact us after they depart.
But is it real? However fantastic this may sound many people have told this tale. And yes we can say that its purely psychological, but surely its not something we would think off unless its true.
Of course we can never prove these stories are real, but on the other hand, why would someone make them up and waste time writing an article?
'Don't have the Op. Its not your time to die'!
'In october 2004 I drove to Boise Idaho for open heart surgery. We had to find a motel to stay as I had to go into hospital at 6 am.
We eventually found a room and settled in. After about 20 minutes there was a phone call, which my carer answered. She looked shaken as she handed me the phone.
No one knew we were at this motel, and I was surprised to get the call. Imagine my shock when I picked it up and said, 'Hello?'
A voice on the other end said 'This is Oscar, you must not have the surgery tomorrow, it's not your time to die'!
I quickly phoned my brother and told him. We were both in shock, but we both knew an Oscar who had died, so we believed it.
We double checked with the Doctor and was stunned to hear that the Doctor who was going to do the surgery had been dismissed as his 'patient dying record' was three at the last count!
I went on to have surgery the following week, and I am still here thank goodness, thanks to my friends up their who still care for me'!
Tick, Tock, Tick......!
And these sort of spooky goings on are not uncommon. Which is strange if you think about it. How do ghosts suddenly realise that using technology is going to allow them to get through to you?
Mind you thinking about it, we have all heard of the clock that stops ticking when someone dies, or that picture which has been hanging on the wall suddenly drops with a clang when there is no one in the room.
But what actually does this mean? Are the Spirits using some sort of energy to stop the clock, and use the phone?
And how do we know that its not us, in our moments of grief suddenly reaching out with our minds and somehow making that happen? And of course hallucinations too.
These ghostly disturbances are really common when you start to research them. As you can see from the photo (Right). Diana Mottershead is just one of the everyday normal people who claim that this has happened to them.
Bin and Gone?!
A few strange things have happened around me. When my aunt died I remember standing her garden, I could feel eyes on the back of my neck and I kept turning round. The strange thing is, that my brother isn't one to believe in ghosts, but he did say:
'I can feel her here in the house' and ' Now she has gone'!
After a friend of mine passed away, I was sitting in my front room watching tv. I wasn't thinking of her at that point, just browsing the channels, when all of a sudden, there was a huge THUMP! coming from the Kitchen. I was the only one in at the time, so there cound'nt have been anyone moving around in there.
I got up and quickly ran into the kitchen. There in the middle of the floor, at least four feet away from the bin, was the bin lid!
Somehow it had shot up, spun and landed in a heap at least four foot away! Was that my friend yelling, 'Hey, its me!'?
Possibly. I checked for other explanations. A loose lid, no. Rubbish in the bin that would expand and push it off. No. And so on.
No, nothing. It just happened.
Here's a few more stories I found that may make you keep the lights on at bedtime!
Call From Grandma.
Julia K -
'I was in the kitchen making supper for me and my son who is five years old. He was just playing, until suddenly he looked up at the phone, got up from his chair and walked across to pick up the receiver.
I thought this was odd as he wasn't one to play around with the cell phones.
As he picked up the phone he said 'Hello'? Then listened intently, turning to me and saying, 'Its for you, its Grandma'!
I asked him what did she want? he replied 'She just wants to say goodbye'!
I was stunned, purely because my mother had died five years before, and we had no reason to mention her to my son!'
And Michelle Says............
'I heard the phone ringing one Sunday morning and I tried to wake up enough to answer it. When I did I was totally shocked to discover it was my father who had died two years before.
To start with I thought I was still dreaming, but carried on the conversation. He asked how I was as I had been in hospital and I was still recovering. He then asked if I had heard about the death of two of his friends which I had to reply, no.
He said he had to go, but hang in there things would get better, and he hung up. I then called my family and told them what happened.'
Do you believe in Electronic Voice Phenomenon?
Do You believe?
Do you believe in EVP electronic voice phenomenon? Or have you or anyone you know experienced any of these strange happenings?
If so I would love to hear from you in the Comments Below, thanks.
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