Today, for our 300th episode, we take an abbreviated look at the “World of the Weird,” then dive right into clip after clip of alleged ghost voices. Along the way we ask ourselves, “Are we deaf? Or do all ghosts have laryngitis?”
–9yo girl accidentally kills gun safety instructor while he taught her to fire an Uzi. We discuss the reaction from firearm experts, and how this story unnecessarily brought out the crazies.
–Amy Bruni gets criticism for posting a Ouija-themed Happy Meal box as a joke. Though Snopes was quick to debunk the McOuija, we still can’t help but wanting one.
–Vic Stenger, accomplished physicist, author, and critic of religion has died at the age of 79. We share a few thoughts about him, including remembrances of his appearance on Strange Frequencies Radio.
The EVP Listening Party returns! Look forward to a brief history of Electronic Voice Phenomenon, our opinion on how recording it is kind of like the modern day seance for the technologically inclined, as well as some likely natural explanations for the “voices” you hear on tape. We’ve gathered a variety of samples from ghost hunting teams and other paranormal organizations, play them and then try to guess just what the whiskey-voiced ghosts are talking about, and attempt to skeptically illustrate that EVP just isn’t all it’s cracked up to be by the average ghost hunter.
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