EVP is a way to communicate with spirits. Paranormal researchers believe that the voices of the dead can be recorded and played back on audio tape or on a digital recorder. It is the most modern way to communicate with the spirit world. The following EVP were recorded in Goodsprings, Nevada during one of the nightly Ghost Hunts.


Thursday January 12, 2012

Recorded by the Goodsprings Ghost Hunt Team Members in the ladies room Pioneer Saloon on an Olympus digital voice recorder. “Listen for the creaking doors. The team members did not hear these sounds in the rest room at the time of recording.”

“Jane Alice, are you here?”
Answer: Sound of creaking doors.


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 Saturday January 21, 2012

Recorded by the Goodsprings Ghost Hunt Team Members in the ladies room Pioneer Saloon. We hear an audible "“Yes" in response to the question Jane Alice are you here? The response was not heard by the team members at the time of recording only when we played it back moments later.

“Jane Alice are you here?”
(Jane Alice Peters was Carol Lombard’s real name)
Answer: “YES!”

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Saturday December 6, 2014

"Paul Coski" EVP Spirit Voice

On July 3rd 1915, at the Pioneer Saloon, during a poker game, a man named Paul Coski was caugh cheating and during a scuffle between him and another man named Joe Armstrong, Mr. Coski was shot several times and killed.

You can hear him say his name on this recording.

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January 28, 2015

"Uncle Tom" EVP Spirit Voice

Campbell Cabin, the oldest stone cabin in Nevada, was constructed in 1886 by A. G. Campbell. A. E. Thomas purchased the cabin in1896 and died in it from the "Spanish Flu" in 1898.

When asked, "Are you Mr. Thomas," he responds "Uncle Tom."  Later, he says "Hi."

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