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    Used New Macbook for Ghost Hunting

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    Used New Macbook for Ghost Hunting
    I used GarageBand to record myself in a haunted house, asking any spirits to speak into the computer. I got an EVP of a disembodied voice saying, "Come back," or "I'm back." Very creepy.

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    Used New Macbook for Ghost Hunting
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    And your point is ???
    Sorry just a weird post. Do you have a Audio copy of said Ghost and his "come back" somewhere for us to have a listen and make our own judgement ...
    You might get some responses then

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    Used New Macbook for Ghost Hunting

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    Yes...can I upload it on this forum? Let me try.

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    Ok here it is. We recorded the GarageBand metronome accidentally, but listen to the very end of the sample. Neither of us said anything there, 100% positive.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    This is a pretty strange post. I kind of want to hear it for some strange reason, but I don't think it's real.
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    Listen to it. It sounds like a voice saying, "Come back," or, "I'm back."

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    Sounded like "come back," to me. >_>"
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    It didn't sound like a ghost at all to me for some reason.
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    Well lol, what does a ghost sound like? I am not saying it is a ghost. All I am saying, is that no one was talking when that clip was recorded, and I had just asked any ghosts to please talk to me. Other than that, I have no idea what it is.

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    For some reason I just can't believe you. The voice seems too human and real to be anything out of the ordinary. I think it's someone that said it and it makes it seem like you are just trying to make something up..

    Now maybe you're not, and I am just out of my head and being a skeptic, but that voice cannot possibly be the sound of a ghost. It just seems too real
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    Used New Macbook for Ghost Hunting

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    Well, I cannot say it was a ghost, but I can say that I was there, and no one was speaking then.

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    I hear similar sounds every night after I turn off the lights and go to sleep. When they stand next to the bed or start playing with my cat is when it starts to get annoying.

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    lol oh well just thought I would share the file. *shrugs*

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    No problem! I'm just glad to hear that I'm not the only one with a ghost problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droflex View Post
    I hear similar sounds every night after I turn off the lights and go to sleep. When they stand next to the bed or start playing with my cat is when it starts to get annoying.
    Wow that's pretty freaky. What do they do to your cat?
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