For the past two decades, I’ve been immersed in the realm of paracoustics—a fascinating journey into the development, application, analysis, and techniques aimed at enhancing our ability to communicate with the spirit world through auditory means.
I even coined the term “paraacoustics” to encapsulate both EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) and ITC (Instrumental Transcommunication), encompassing technical methods for spirit communication. Nowadays, paranormal investigators employ a diverse array of tools, from standalone digital recorders to customized radio-based ghost/spirit boxes and innovative software applications. Yet, in my view, the persistent challenge lies in the lack of clarity.
The struggle to comprehend messages arises from the static-filled white noise prevalent in radio channel scanning. The constant “chop-chop” static from devices like the PSB-7 & 11 makes vocal utterances hard to interpret, leading to inconsistent real-time communication and unpredictable outcomes.
Ever since Frank Sumption, the creator of Franks Boxes, generously gifted me five hand-built boxes, I’ve been on a mission to push the boundaries of technology.
Building upon the groundwork laid by ITC researchers, I’ve developed a novel ITC system, aptly named SIS (Spirit Interface System). I believe SIS marks a significant leap forward, incorporating groundbreaking ideas and technologies.
While I’ll be updating this site with clips and more details about SIS, I couldn’t wait to share a glimpse into my journey. Here are a few samples of EVPs that I’ve had the privilege of recording throughout the years. Stay tuned for more exciting developments!