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 Posted: Aug 13th, 2013 06:11 AM
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This was recorded at work by Darwin.
He is preparing a piece of equipment for the days operation.
When doing this you will hear the ambient noise of him fumbling with various pieces.
The fumbling noise he has created is what I believe to help create Evp.
In this clip the only thing Darwin will say is "OK" at the end of the recording.
In the fumbling noise I believe to be hearing questions like "Hey Whats he Know?"
"Where's Kenny" repeated more than once and then "Ask Him" then "Wait" as Darwin prepares to leave.Remember at this time of the morning the building is empty.
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Ray, I hear "can't control" .. other words too inaudible.

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Yes it is hard to hear I must agree also not real clear but you can almost hear an attempt at some sort of speech.
Learning to listen for Evp in different types of recordings with loud ambient noise is almost an art.
On this example,
It was recorded again at work in an equipment walkway with belt driven exhaust blowers running and pumps and such and just as Darwin turns on a vacuum pump you can hear a pretty clear "Help Me" in a whisper like sound
Ray

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I wasn't using my headphones, but in the first recording I thought I heard "get out." In the second recording I do hear "help me."

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Hi Ray,
The clearest snippet I hear is from 3.1secs to 4.7secs, something like "mourning stress". The word mourning or morning is quite clear.
There are some other sections where there is some attempts at speech, but not audible enough to be understood.
regards,
JEFF

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In this clip you can hear the ambient noise from equipment running in the back ground outside as Darwin walks across the parking lot asking for something from the other side, I believe to hearing "Hear it is" at the very end.

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Ambient Noise from opening the Gate.
This is the sound of the parking lot gate being opened.
 It is a steel wire gate and the opening  contains 2 parts (Left and Right Sides) both half's are mounted on a small rubber tire.
As one side of the gate is opened you will hear the squeaky wheel and the rattle of the fence.
As the other side is opened the ambient noise sounds different. and it takes on an almost tonal quality as if words are trying to be spoken.
Ray

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Ray,

This is very interesting. At the beginning, I hear 'Lost something' then in the 2nd half (which I assume is the 2nd gate) I hear 'Do something, won't you shut the gate'. I have isolated these two and have attached them for you.

Alison

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Here is the 2nd clip.


Alison

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Alison Thanks for listening!
The second half is indeed the other side of the gate.
I can hear almost hear word for word as to what you say with a few exceptions,
I slowed down the recording down by 25% down by 25% and now believe to be hearing "Elizabeth...Wont You Close the Gate?"
Ray

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Only 1 Day later,As I listen to it, I could be Hearing
 "Elizabeth...Wont you help the kid's?"

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Lol, I am now hearing, these are both right, won't you close the gate. (I did de hiss it a little)

Alison

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While recording in one of our clean rooms,
There are sticky mats down on the floor so that as you enter the room or step on them they capture any loose dirt.
You will hear me ask, "Can You Speak out Loud?"
 I believe to be hearing the words "I Cant" just before I step on the stick mat.
Those of you with spectrogram capability can see what I mean.
Perhaps what may being said "I Cant Tell"? to my question
Ray

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Ray,
I hear that and in the reverse I hear 'she fights her'


Alison

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Thanks for listening Alison,
Here is a recording that when I leave the room I say
 "Maybe We'll Try again Later...Thanks" and buried under the door latch noise I can hear the words "Your Welcome"
Ray

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Here it is after removing some of the door latch noise and amping with Isotope 3 advanced
Ray

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Ray,

I hear what sounds like 'we will come tomorrow' although I could be wrong.


Alison

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