EVP, on 29 May 2016 - 08:50 PM, said:
I apologize for not responding to you earlier Menet. Our approach has always targeted historical buildings as a great source for investigation for many reasons. From the teams standpoint, documentation proves to be more detailed to these structures than a residential house and more often their existence far exceeds a normal household. The majority of auditory encounters that I have recorded seem to be residual in nature and if I was to put a percentage, my studies suggest over 90%. Interactive communications has only occurred a handful of times in the last 10 years by me.
Of the few theories I care to adopt in the paranormal I highly regard "The Stone Tape" theory. Theaters, abandoned schools, historical buildings seem ripe for imprinting.
Our team thinks highly in giving back to the community. Often we will give fundraising presentations for historical societies in return for investigation. Typically historical societies have very limited donations and in this present economy even less.
This is why we love exploring historical buildings. It helps our team build respect in the community including credibility and offers financial assistance to the historical societies.
If one is patient enough, you can find auditory imprints anywhere. Just some more than others. Thanks for your interest Menet.
Thank you for answering me, EVP. I was ready to nudge you. lol I'm wondering because I'm curious.
I am not a "ghost hunter" but I have read things and they come to mind. First off, I loved your responses.
Have you established "baselines" or is that just a bunch of hogwash? Off the top of my head, I would think it
not necessary to do because of the "Stone Tape" theory. You can gather recordings anywhere. I have a tendency
to agree with this albeit not for the same reason..although both have time in common.
Have you ever searched for the common denominator in those recordings that you have found successful? Historical
buildings for sure. Are there any others that I'm not understanding? I take it that frequency is important? Using
a Faraday Cage? Of course, your equipment..anything else?