Founder of Darkwater Paranormal Investigations. Goose Creek
My team has gone over the EVP's several times, and consensus has it. I am the only one that hears the Yes, everyone else just catches the "S" part. In the original file it is much clearer. However the whisper is clear to us all. It sounds like "It's Likely". We are working the next one. If you want to have us investigate your paranormal activity, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nice article Nick! For any readers, We did capture two good EVP's (Electronic Voice Phenomenom) during the review of audio and video. One is someone answering "Yes" to the question,"Eddie are you here?" Made the hairs on my neck stand up!
Sorry to hear about your wifes incident. I had a similiar accident back in the late 90's, that ended with a fractured sternum and vertebra, and several torn muscles. Of course, the military doctors thought I had just pulled a muscle and sent me walking. It tooks days to convince them that my chest hurt so bad that they decided to x-ray it. They found a fracture diagonal across my sternum. After years of severe pain in my back, they finally stopped sending me to therapy, and did a mri, where they found another fracture of a vertebra. Aparrently all the therapy made it worse. One doctor recommended I have sugery, but I told him I wanted to mobilize with my unit. He made me bring my wife in so he could talk with her before he would sign off on my delaying the surgery.
Enough of that....Glad your wife got back in the saddle. I spend my spare time diving for sharks teeth now.
Very interesting. Being in the military, it is expected that when we are on TDY (temporary duty), we should go with out friends to the local strip club. Sometimes I enjoy it, but most times I feel pressured to throw my money away. Not that I don't like a sexy lady getting naked, but I don't need to extra competition of richer older men to tear down my already crumbling ego.
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