This is a list of some of our best EVPs. For more evidence, click on each individual case name.
The team gathers by the staircase to take a team photo. We capture a disembodied voice while we’re organizing ourselves.
The team is talking about moving to a different room and captures a female disembodied voice. Possibly saying “It’s their job.”
In a Spiritus session, Allie asks if the Horridge family is still here. We receive a “Yep” response.
We ask via the Spiritus app how the spirits feel about paranormal investigations/walk throughs now being allowed and promoted. We catch a laugh and 3 seconds later, a spirit says “Damn it.”
You will hear us talking in the distance. Then we capture a disembodied kid’s voice closer to the recorder – possibly saying “Hey.”
We catch someone coughing, twice. – No one is in the house at this point.
We capture the disembodied voice of a female child. We believe she’s saying “Come back.”
Jim is giving the spirits a heads up that he’s going to turn the Necrophonic off. Right after he says that we capture a female disembodied voice saying “Oh no” and then receive a response on the Necrophonic of “Sure.”
We capture a disembodied female voice saying “Her name’s Alisha."
While Kelly and Chris' team is in the basement, the static recorder picks up spirits saying "Hi" and "Shhhh."
In the costume shop, Alisha asks if the spirit is a man who stays in the costume shop, or in the building. A male says "Yes."
Using the Spiritus app, Kelly asks the spirits if there's something they should know before it's time to switch locations. A female spirit says "Nothing."
We are getting ready to go into the garage for a session and we catch a male whispering close to the first-floor static recorder. We can’t make out what is being said, but believe this is William Jr.
While we are all in the master bedroom conducting a normal Q&A session, we catch a male disembodied voice saying “Get off there.” We believe this is also William Jr.
No one is on the first floor at this time, and we catch a female saying something, or maybe sneezing, on the static recorder.
We are all on break in the room with the piano. Jim is in the bathroom and Brandon is talking to Allie. We capture what sounds like two people talking, closer to the recorder, which was right next to the stage.
Jim and Alisha are on the fourth floor in the portal room. The static recorder in the hallway catches a spirit whistling, and Alisha hears it in real time.
The team is in the trunk room on the second floor wrapping up a session using the Spiritus app. Jim asks if there's anything the spirits want to say to the people watching on Facebook Live. A female responds "No."
During the same Spiritus session in the trunk room, Allie is talking about the Spirit Box device being used often in the trunk room. A woman says "Annoy me." Jim then asks if the sound of the Spirit Box bothers the spirits and a clear "Yes" comes through.
While the team is downstairs, the static recorder in the son's bedroom upstairs catches a bang and then a male says "Deep breath."
In the son's bedroom, a female talks over the mother, almost saying what sounds like "One, two, three, four." The static recorder does not pick up the voice.
The team is in the kitchen on break. The dining room static recorder picks up a female spirit saying "Love it" over Jim talking.
While Allie is sharing a past experience of seeing a shadow figure at Five Flags, a male spirit says "Come on."
While the team is wrapping up its investigation on stage, a female spirit says a drawn-out "Why."
Jim's team is in the front basement. A guest is talking about the spirit box not being clear. A male responds with "Good work." Jim was the only male in the group, and the voice isn't his.
Allie and Tanner's team is using the Spiritus device, and Tanner asks the spirits to say his name. Instead, a spirit says "Allie."
Alisha asks if there’s a message the sprits want to share. On the spirit box, a female says “Go away."
While members of Jim and Allie's team are talking, a female spirit talks over them and says “Your turn, you touch him."
In a spirit box session on the first floor, a male says “No” in response to Lori saying she’s not very polite while she’s in a first-floor room. Investigators respond.
On the third floor, Kelly indicates that if the spirits aren’t going to talk, the team will go back downstairs. On the Spiritus, a female says “Bitch.”
All three investigators are in an upstairs bedroom. Tanner indicates the video camera is shutting down. As it does, a female says "Goodbye."
While the entire team is upstairs, we catch a male spirit on the living room static recorder saying "Get out" after a sound is made near the recorder.
Allie and Jim are out in the cemetery for the second time. During an SB7 spirit box session, a woman clearly says "Fuck."
After coming into the house from the cemetery, Allie asks if the spirits in the cemetery can come in the house. On the spirit box, a male says "No house."
During a spirit box session upstairs, we catch a young girl yelling. We do not believe this comes out of the spirit box.
During a spirit box session in the master bedroom, Alisha asks if the spirit likes to bother Kathy, one of the clients, while she sleeps. A male responds with "Kathy."
During an SB7 Spirit Box session in the living room, Jim asks if a spirit named Brittany is with them. A female responds "I'm here."
As the team is moving from the dining room to the toy room, we catch a female humming. This validates one of the claims of the homeowners.
The team is upstairs, and you can hear members talking faintly. The recorder is in the dining room, and picks up three loud bangs near the recorder.
In a SB7 session in the basement, as Jim and Allie's team is wrapping up its session, a female says "Hello."
In the theater, just after Jim says "Oh yes," we catch a little girl humming a tune.
At the end of the night, a guest volunteered to take part in the Estes Method. She was on stage, with her back to the seats, blindfolded. Everyone else sat in the seats, more than 30 feet away. The guest listened to the SB7 spirit box through noise-cancelling headphones and repeated what she heard. The exchange below took place over 15 minutes, but is condensed to 2 minutes here for ease of listening.
Alisha, Tanner and their team are in the theater. Alisha spots someone sitting in the balcony and starts to interact with it. Twice, a male responds with "Hello." We have ruled out this being either male in their group, the tech director or a male from the other teams, which were in the basement and costume shop at this time.
A female sings, which is caught on the static recorder upstairs.
A female says "well, hello," caught by the upstairs static recorder. None of the investigators were upstairs at this point.
All the investigators are downstairs. (you can hear them faintly in background). Via the upstairs static recorder, you will then hear a few footsteps, a loud door slam near the recorder, and footsteps walking away.
While investigators are chatting downstairs, a female says "hurry" over them.
During a question-and-answer session, the digital recorder catches a female singing, once before and once after an investigator's inhale.
While sitting in the theater, Allie hears what sounds like a chair slam. Jim asks for that sound to be made again, and receives a response.
A static digital recorder on the second balcony of the theater picks up a little girl saying "You're OK."
In the theater, Jim asks if the spirits would like the investigators to move somewhere else in the theater to better interact. A woman responds "That'd be better."
During a break, investigators are talking outside of the theater. A deep male voice talks over them saying "This is wrong."
Allie is talking in the promenade, and then a male voice says "Hey guys."
The voice of a man saying "Clear the room" is caught on the master bedroom static recorder. No one was in the house. The entire team was in the carriage house, a separate building.
We are just starting a spirit box session in one of the children's bedrooms when we receive a clear male "Hello."
Randomly, a female says "Allie" through the spirit box.
In the final spirit box session of the night, in the living room, Tanner asks if it bothers the spirits when the family fights. We receive a clear male response of "Nope."
In the final spirit box session, Jim asks if the spirits are going to be able to coexist with residents of the home. We receive a clear "Yeah."