Nell has been an online writer for over eight years and is fascinated by the paranormal, including omens, time slips and the supernatural.
EVP or Electronic Voice Phenomenon.
We would all like to believe in a life after death. How depressing it would be to think that we would never see God or meet up with our lost loved ones in Spirit.
On browsing the internet I came across an amazing phenomenon called EVP, electronic voice phenomenon. This is when someone 'Talks' to the dead via the recording device on their phone.
I had heard of it before, but have never been that convinced to be honest. Can our loved ones really dial earth so to speak? Seems a bit out there, but many thousands of people believe it.
And how does it work?
You can just use a normal cell phone but many people who take this seriously do go out and buy expensive equipment to make sure the words that come through are much clearer.
Just tape your voice asking a question, and then hold the cell phone up and hope an answer comes onto the phone. You won't hear it out loud, but when you play the phone back you may get a whisper that will send chills up your spine.
On the Robin Williams clip you can either listen to the guy explaining it all, or you can skip to the yellow line which is approximately around 8 minutes 30 seconds. This sent chills up my back, it seems so real. What do you think?
Is this really the ghost of Robin Williams saying 'I'm Here With Dad'?
'I may not believe completely, but after hearing this I had a lump in my throat, it definitely sounds like Robin Williams'.
— Nell Rose
If that didn't chill you to the bone and make you think, then lets take phantom phone calls.
When my mother died I had a phone call around 4 am. I reached over, picked it up and said 'Hello'? But there was no answer. At 8 am I was told by my aunt that my mum had died in the night. I asked if she had phoned me at 4 but she said no, and neither had the carers at the residents home either.
This is just one example of spooky phone calls when someone passes on. In this day of electronic this and that its not surprising that ghosts and spirits decide that its a great way to contact us after they depart.
But is it real? However fantastic this may sound many people have told this tale. And yes we can say that its purely psychological, but surely its not something we would think off unless its true.
Of course we can never prove these stories are real, but on the other hand, why would someone make them up and waste time writing an article?