EVP

Hello 2008 - CCPI EVP
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This EVP was captured during a residential investigation in Craig, CO in 2008. You can hear a voice say "hello" before investigators comment on a breeze blowing through the kitchen they were investigating. 

I'm Gonna find You - CCPI EVP
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Here is a clip recorded at a private residence in New Castle, CO. You can hear someone say "I'm gonna find you" while the investigators are talking. 

Kill It...I'll Do It - CCPI EVP
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This EVP was captured in Dry Fork Cemetery near Vernal, UT. You can hear the investigators talking in the background when a voice says "Kill it...I'll do it." This was recorded with an analog tape recorder, so there is a considerable amount of white noise. 

Ok, Come Here - CCPI EVP
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This EVP was captured during a private residence investigation in Parachute, CO in 2017. You can hear the investigators talking about items in the room. You can hear a voice whisper "Ok, come here." as an investigator takes a picture. 

Dead Bird - CCPI EVP
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This is one of our all-time favorite EVP recordings! During an investigation in Nucla, CO, Clarissa thought she saw a dead bird in the darkened attic. You can hear her ask "Eew what is that?" Immediately following her question, a voice answers "Dead Bird" just before she asks the other investigators if there was, in fact, a dead bird. What initially appeared to be a dead bird turned out to be a piece of black trash bag, but we are impressed that the spirit communicating KNEW what Clarissa thought she was seeing!

Mary/Gary/Carrie - CCPI EVP
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This EVP was taken in 2006 at the Potter's Field in Grand Junction, CO. You can hear the sound of a 35 mm camera winding film, followed by the faint reply of "Mary", "Gary", or "Carrie" while the investigators are talking in the background. You be the judge!

BOB - CCPI EVP
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This EVP was captured in the Potter's Field in Grand Junction, CO in 2006. You can hear an investigator introduce herself, followed by the faint reply of "Bob". After some research, we did discover a "Robert" having been buried there!

Yee Haw! - CCPI EVP
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This EVP was recorded during a cemetery investigation in Glenwood Springs, CO. You can hear a male voice shout Yee Haw during the investigator's conversation. 

YAW - CCPI Disembodied Voice
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This track is actually a disembodied voice. Four investigators heard it at the time of the recording. There were no other people in the area - we checked!

OK - CCPI EVP
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In this clip, you can hear a voice say "OK" just after Zack says, "We're not here to hurt you."

Giggle - CCPI Disembodied Voice
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During an EVP session with Zack and Lanaya, you can hear Zack mention hearing a little girl giggle. Lanaya called it in over the radio. Luckily, the recorders were rolling and we were able to capture the disembodied voice. 

Let/Get Me Outta Here - CCPI - EVP
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This EVP was recorded during a private residence investigation in Grand Junction, CO in 2017. You can hear a man's voice say "Let/Get me outta here!"

I Don't Wanna Die - CCPI - EVP
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This particular EVP was actually captured with a stationary GoPro Camera during a 2017 private residence investigation in Grand Junction, CO. You can hear what appears to be a young female's voice cry out "...(intelligible)...I don't wanna die...Mommy..." Considering this piece came from a GoPro camera and not a designated audio recorder, we cross referenced the video footage with other cameras in the area to rule out human interference, then ran the audio portion of the clip through audio software to double-check. 

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