For the last twenty-four years, one of my key areas of interest has been paracoustics – specifically, the development, implementation, analysis, and techniques to advance our abilities regarding auditory methods to communicate with the spirit world.
I coined the term “paraacoustics” to describe both EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) and ITC (Instrumental Transcommunication), which both use technical methods to communicate with the spirit world. Today, paranormal researchers utilize a variety of methods and tools to capture purported disembodied voices – everything from standalone digital recorders to modified radio-based ghost/spirit boxes and even custom-developed software applications. In my opinion, the biggest problem with all current methods is the lack of clarity.
Being able to properly comprehend what was said has been a problem due to the static-filled white noise found when scanning radio channels. Because of the incessant “chop-chop” static sound generated by white noise-based scanning devices (such as the PSB-7 & 11), any vocal utterances are particularly difficult to interpret. As a consequence, consistent real-time communication and interpretation is often random and unpredictable.
Ever since Frank Sumption (the creator of the Franks Boxes) gifted me with 5 different hand-built boxes, I have been on a journey to advance the technology.
Expanding upon the current work of ITC researchers, I’ve been experimenting with a new ITC system (which I call SIS – or “Spirit Interface System.”) I believe SIS is a significant step forward in evolution as it incorporates several new and groundbreaking ideas and technologies.
I’ll be updating this site with clips and more information about SIS, but in the meanwhile, I wanted to share a few samples of EVPs that I’ve recorded throughout the years.