Vlawde, on 29 October 2018 - 06:49 AM, said:
1. Since you're usually outside, some perceived phenomena could be from passing cars, people, animals and insects
2. Well, being out in the rain sucks! But practically speaking, things like wind and rain can definitely affect things. Any audio will have contamination, and video will have the same with rain etc getting blown around.
3. I haven't, it doesn't make sense to me that a dead person would want to hang around their rotting body. But a team member did get some relatively impressive EVPS in the same graveyard most of us got nothing in
Appreciate you taking the time to reply Vlawde. I happen to agree with; weather can affect how we should view our recordings (audio/video/stills) and there must be some type of process of elimination if at all possible when we have these conditions posed to us. Summed up, we need to implement a control system as we would in any situation just a little different.
I partially agree with you in regards to what can be expected to be recorded in a graveyard/cemetery. Personally I believes there's a strong possibility that it originates from the ones that are grieving. I have recorded a few snippets pointing to that possibility. Fact is, the pioneers after extensive study suggested the recordings could be rooted to multiple possibilities such as imprints from the living, the deceased, dimensional creatures or aliens. There isn't enough proof in specific origins.
On the other hand I'm a firm believer that some snippets could be from the deceased in graveyards. In my study, I haven't recorded what sounded like the same voice twice. I believe activity could be transient in nature and not necessarily forced to be imprisoned to one particular place. There are exceptions naturally.
Edited by EVP, 31 October 2018 - 11:42 AM.