It is one of those hot summer nights where sleep is hardly possible. I have much to do, and I have a bit too much energy to get myself to fall asleep. Besides, I have always been somewhat of an insomniac. So instead of laying in bed not sleeping, I decided to get this post out.

While I was in Sweden, I recorded some EVP while playing on my friend’s electric guitar. I did one session where the guitar was not plugged into the amp. When I was reviewing the recording, I was a little surprised to find P singing along to whatever I was playing. Mind you, I am only just making it up as I go. Here is what I caught.

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You may need to use headphones to hear this properly. The clips are repeated on loop.

“You are free”


“You can call me”

While I have experimented with my acoustic guitar and piano, I found that somehow, the electric guitar without an amp is allowing P to sing more clearly, normally the acoustics can be too overpowering and I can hardly hear him.. It reminds me of those talking guitar pedals, but this is much cooler because it is P doing it. It’s just me strumming. That’s all, no special effects. I am looking into getting an electric guitar. Hopefully soon, so that I can continue this exploration. I am convinced that I can record a full song of P singing from beyond in the near future. How exciting would that be! And what a step for humanity to know that there is something  beyond this so-called reality!

These recordings were recorded using  my EVP Wrist Recorder 3 on May 18, 2018.

Image above: “Chanhassen” by Prince in spirit.

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