The Ghost Box

What are ghost boxes? How does the ghost box work?

[PSN] – The argument has been made that Thomas Edison was working on
a ghost communication device — a ghost box of sorts, to contact the
dead. However, there are many Edison experts that would argue that it
was only legend, a myth that is untrue. They will point out that he
neither believed in the afterlife, nor did he believe spirits and
ghosts could be contacted through an electronic device.

Whatever the truth behind Edison, one has to believe it makes a good
story and backdrop to the ghost box. Even more intriguing, some today
claim they are in contact with Thomas Edison via the ghost box, but
many respected researchers of the latest ghost box technology have
yet to make contact with the famous, dead inventor.

That brings us to the latest development of the ghost box. EVP or
electronic voice phenomena was discovered in the late ’50s, and has
become well known today thanks to numerous TV shows featuring ghost
investigators. Many are not aware of the two-way communication
devices called ghost boxes. Following on the heels of the Spiricom ,
a ghost box of sorts that many believe to be the first two-way
communication device between the earthly realm and the spiritual
realm, Frank’s box truly was the first of its kind.

Frank’s Box is a ghost box that produces random voltage to create raw
audio from an AM tuner, where it is then amplified and then fed into
an echo chamber and recorded. In short, ghost boxes such as Frank’s
box create audio bits and white noise that ghosts and/or spirits can
then manipulate into forming words — real time two-way
communication.

Frank Sumption was the original inventor of the ghost box, as he
conceived of the idea by experimenting with Stefan Bion’s EVPMaker
software to record EVP, and was also inspired by an October 1995
Popular Electronics Magazine article that asked, “Are the dead trying
to communicate with us through electronic means? Try these
experiments and see for yourself.”

Today Frank is experimenting on various improvements to his ghost box
design. Most other ghost boxes are not random band sweeping, but
linear sweeping of the AM or FM bands. That is not to say other
bands, such as shortwave, weather, etc are not being experimented
with by Frank and other Instrumental Transcommunication
experimenters. Others since have developed their own ghost boxes,
such as Paranormal System’s “MiniBox” and Joe Cioppi’s “Joe’s Box.”
Both of these devices are smaller in size and are becoming available
for purchase.

Recently, in late 2007 to be exact, another discovery was made by a
retired electrical engineer known as Sum Duc. His find has been
dubbed the “Radio Shack Hack.” Here is his story: “I was in Radio
Shack looking for parts for a new type of device for ITC I’m
currently working on. I saw the AM/FM 12-469 on the shelf and
thought, ‘I bet I can make this work.’ I had no idea it would be so
simple.”

Since that time, other researchers such as Mike Coletta have figured
out how to alter the older version 12-470 AM/FM radio, too. Mike has
posted many of his videos on YouTube to help others make their own
ghost boxes. What has been great is the fact that so many have made
their discoveries and research public, such as Frank Sumption, Joe
Cioppi, Bruce Halliday, Steve Hultay, Sum Duc, Mike Coletta, and
more.

The ghost box can be used for EVP, as it can be recorded, then
analyzed for messages from spirits and ghosts. However, what makes
the ghost box unique is that it can be heard audibly through either
an external speaker or headset, where responses from the other side
can be heard and responded to live — not unlike chatting with
someone by walkie-talkie.

It does require the user to train his or her ear to hear the messages
that are brought forth, as the noise and audio bits can at times be
somewhat distracting. But if one experiments long enough with a ghost
box, it will become apparent that the audio sound bites and white
noise will begin to be manipulated to form answers to questions,
phrases and more. For this reason alone, we recommend recording all
sessions and listening to them later. Upon playback, one might be
amazed at what is captured in the audio.

The function of the ghost box and how it works seems to be affected
by the strength of radio signals in an area. Poor signal quality
reduces the ability for spirits and ghosts to make contact through
the device. Perhaps there is not enough audio bits to be manipulated
successfully for real-time communication. That would indicate that
enhancing the antenna on these devices could improve results by the
researcher, according to Bruce Halliday.

The biggest debate over the ghost box might be just who in the heck
is coming through these devices? Are they spirits? Ghosts? Demons
(the religious ask)? Aliens? Our own projected thoughts? The research
continues in this area, but many believe both ghosts, spirits and
beings from another realm are making contact through the ghost box.

Experimenters have received positive, good messages, as well as
negative and cursing messages. This would indicate that perhaps the
range of messengers who are able to manipulate this device into
audible words is broad.

Some believe that there are spirits from the light called “controls”
or “operators” who work to establish contact and can bring other
spirits and ghosts forward through the ghost box. Some of these same
operators have been recorded coming through different ghost boxes by
different people in different geographical locations. This would lead
one to think that operators are involved from the other side in order
to try and organize a grid of control and functionality.

Whatever the case may hold to be true, it does appear that one’s
connection with the other side seems to influence how good and what
type of results will be experienced through the ghost box. It just
may be that those who are recording the best results might be psychic
in nature, truly connected with the spirit realm prior to the
existence of any ghost box.

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