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By late afternoon we finished going over video and found one possible audio anomaly. It occurred when Kat was in the children’s room with Brad and Ryan. Just as they were leaving, the audio on her camera seemed to pick up the soft words, “Come back.” It was faint, but clarity was improved with a little audio adjustment. Some believe this is an actual EVP while others think it may be just an anomalous sound. It is on our Web site to review.
Evening approached and we were tired. With a full schedule for the next few days, further review would have to wait until the following week.
Later in the week Tim emailed a couple of suspect audio clips that were recorded upstairs while he was running and EVP session. It’s believed the soft feminine voice said, “Here’s captain.” Upon review we all agreed it was likely voices from other team members. The voice on the second clip could not be understood. Tim suggested it might be Native American.