What is EVP?
EVP is the abbreviation for Electronic Voice Phenomena. EVP are anomalous, intelligible speech produced in electronic voice recording devices that are not usually heard in real-time but appear upon review of the recording.
In a nutshell, a person can be alone and use a recorder to record sound. They can ask questions, and upon playback they will hear the voice of someone other than their own. This is EVP.
They typically constitute short utterances of just a few words, often in direct response to questions or comments about occurrences in the environment. Reports of EVP have involved virtually every known technology that is capable of supporting human voice. EVP are typically recorded using audio recording devices or audio recording computer software.
For more information on EVP, read the following articles compiled from two of the most prominent sources available:
Association TransCommunication – ATransC White Paper on Transcommunication with emphasis on Electronic Voice Phenomena. Read the article by clicking: Here
Victor Zammit: A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife Chapter 4: Voices on Tape (EVP). Read this chapter by clicking: Here