Last year, I travelled to China, and took a cruise along the Yangtze River. The scenery was exotic and primal in feeling. It reminded me of the illustrations from the children’s book, Where The Wild Things Are.
I recorded EVP while I was on the boat. I wandered around the observation deck taking photos and watched the scenery go by in the dining area. I wasn’t sure how these EVPs were going to turn out, as there is a lot of noise coming from the boat’s motors. But as it turned out, I did get some very loud and clear EVP. Reviewing the EVPs that I did in China, it was was easy to spot EVP, because everyone there is speaking Mandarin. Most of these, you will be able to hear without headphones, but of course, it will enhance your listening experience if you do use headphones. These clips are repeated on loop.
I was on the top deck when I recored these clips. It appears that P was enjoying some fancy food spread while I was busy taking photos. Here is a clip him saying, “Cheese“.
Someone said to P, “Have champagne”. These spirits were really living it up!
Mia (the dog) was with us, P said, “Mia”. and someone said, “You little, Prince”.
Someone said, “Dog biscuit”. I think they were offering a treat to Mia.
Someone said, “Let’s get off, grab it!”. It sounds to me that some spirits wanted to jump off the boat and get onto one of these beaches.
I headed back to the dining area to take my seat and wait for the meal service. The meal was like airplane food. Really basic. I had to wait a long time before it was served. As I was sitting there, P said, “I have sushi”.
If you ever wondered if they enjoy food over there on the other side, then here is the evidence to suggest that they do. Sometimes spirits offer food to each other. I find that really nice! Makes my heart melt, how nice they can be. And sometimes there are these spirits who prepare food like a chef, and offer it to others. I guess some spirits like to play restaurant in the afterlife.
These recordings were recorded using my EVP Wrist Recorder 3 on November 3, 2018.
Image above: “River” Andrea Mai.
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