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The voices, most of which sound human, are received on magnetic tapes or digital recorders. Many are random words or phrases but sometimes the voices interact with listeners in compelling and personal ways. Many believe that these mystifying voices are from the dead since they appear out of nowhere and are generally not present when someone does a recording. Furthermore, the voices can sound like a loved one who has died and offer details known only to those who were close to him or her. For example, some voices address listeners by their pet names which only the deceased would have used.
My presentation will briefly review the origins and history of EVP. I will then play examples of voices I captured in 2016 while working with a well-known medium. Of particular note, some of them answered us with an appropriate response when we invited them to engage with us.I shall also share notable EVP recordings of others and the stories behind them. Many deal with grieving relatives and their attempts to contact their deceased loved ones. Some EVPs involving parents who have lost sons or daughters are particularly poignant.
Philip S. Morse has had more than thirty years of secondary school and college experience as a teacher, author, consultant, and mediator. As a professor at the State University of New York at Fredonia from 1972 to 2002, Dr. Morse taught in the School of Education, the School of Music, the English and philosophy departments.
Dr. Morse has been a visiting scholar at the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University and the University of California at Berkeley. He was also an adjunct professor in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. Conducting more than one hundred presentations to international groups, national and state conferences, and local organizations and schools, Dr. Morse is the author of numerous scholarly articles, 5 books, and has been the recipient of fourteen grants. He has been listed in Who’s Who in American Education, Men of Achievement, and Outstanding Americans.
Dr. Morse has served on the Board of Directors of the Rhine Research Center and was the co-chair of a 2006 conference sponsored by the center entitled, “After Death: What Do We Know?” He is presently the facilitator for the Rhine Healing Energy Team.
In 2009 and 2010 Dr. Morse taught a course exploring non-local consciousness, the paranormal, and quantum reality entitled “The World of the Paranormal: Fact or Fiction” at Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Rhine Research Center, and the Shared Learning program in Chapel Hill. Starting in the fall of 2011, the course is now an online offering through the Lifelong Learning Program and Continuing Professional Education departments within the Office of Continuing Education at East Carolina University.
Dr. Morse’s present research interests include a study of psychokinesis, energy healing, EVP, and survivalism.
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