|Posted by pinellaspascoparanormal on November 13, 2012 at 9:15 PM|
We all get EVPS from time to time. The recorder can hear the things that we can not hear and records them all the time. But what about the things that we hear with our own ears, that the recorder does not seem to capture? I have had about four occasions when myself and several other people clearly heard something, but yet the recorder did not catch it. A few times it was a voice as loud and clear as day, that we all heard, yet the recorder never picked it up. Another time it was an animal growl and grunt out n the woods that was so loud it startled us twice and yet the recorder never caught it at all. This makes no sense. The recorders are so sensitive that they can't miss something that loud and that audible to us, or can they?
There are some possibilities though. What if at times the things we think we are hearing with our physical ears are not really being perceived by our ears but by some psychic sense of hearing? A recorder is a machine, not a sentient being that can perceive any psychic impressions. Is it possible that under certain circumstances a sound or a voice can be projected at us psychically?
For this to be the case, in our woods experience that night, then we would all had to have been on the same wave length, at the time to perceive this sound. Now since the event in the woods was so sudden and took us by surprise, while we were walking and chatting amongst ourselves, we were not really tuned in to our surroundings in the same way. Three of us were walking a bit ahead and chatting and the other three of us were behind and having our own conversation, yet we all heard the animal sounds that night. We all stopped dead in our tracks and we all fell quiet.The animal sounds were so loud, that they gave us worry that some large animal was nearby and we were unwelcome in it's territory. We decided to hasten our departure for this reason. The recorders were running because we had hoped to catch some Bigfoot calls and wood knocking responses earlier. The grunts and growls sounded like they could have been made by a boar or even a bear.
When we got home we decided to get on line and listen to both boar and bear calls to see if we could identify the animal making the sounds. We could not agree on whether it was a boar or a bear and wanted to know the animals in that area for future reference and caution if need be. When we went to our recorder to get the sound bite, it was not there. You could hear us talking about the sound and reacting on the recording but not the animal sound itself. It was as if the recorder caught everything "but" those loud animal sounds, that we had heard twice in five minutes time. one thing we noted at the scene was how the woods suddenly went completely quiet during the time we heard this animal sound. You could not hear the crickets, or the crunch of any footfalls in the dry leaves in the brush. The animal seemed to move in the woodline along with us but it made no sounds moving through that dry brush. We had been out in the bruish just about ten minutes before and you could hear the constant crunch of our footsteps, and so did the recorder. Now as we walked in the sand silently this thing shuld have been making all kinds of crunching sounds as it moved through that brush. It moved silently and all we heard was it's vocalizations. We talked about that weird fact as we walked home.
On another occasion three of my team members distinctly and clearly heard a male voice speak out loud during aninvestigation, yet that voice was also not on the tape recorder. I am very curious to hear some others thoughts on why and how this phenomenon happens. Why are these sounds that are so loud and clear to us, missed by these very sensitive recorders that have the capability of hearing more than we do? This absence of the things we have heard with our own ears that fail to come out on our recorders,really perplexes us and opens up a whole new group of questions in our heads.What do you think? Leave your comments here.