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|Posted: Jan 31st, 2013 01:47 PM||
Rachel EVP Voices
I'm curious as to why we would take EVP seriously in the context of crime. Unless it's recorded in a secure environment in front of witnesses and has very specific information, surely it couldn't count as evidence?
It's a sad fact but there are plenty of people out there who would make a recording if they got a couple of minutes of the limelight. How would the police know if it was a genuine recording?
Fraud aside, if you accept that EVPs are from the other side, how do you know the information you are receiving is from a trustworthy source and is correct?
EVP recordings are characterised as being only the odd word or very short sentence, is this enough to go on?
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