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EVP classification or
classifying electronic voice phenomena varies, as different EVP classification
scales are used by ghost investigation groups.
EVP are ghostly voices recorded from
typically within a haunted environment, and are not usually audibly heard
during the EVP recording session.
It is important to first understand that there are different qualities of
ghostly voices, thus an EVP classification scale is important.
Classification A EVP: "A clear and distinct voice or sound
that is universally accepted and undisputed, because it must be understood by
anyone with normal hearing and without being told or prompted to what is being said or heard. It can be heard
without the use of headphones."
Classification B EVP: "A voice or sound that is distinct and fairly loud.
This class of voice is more common and can be heard by most people after being
told what to listen for. It is usually audible to experienced persons who have learned the skill of listening to EVP. It can sometimes be heard without the
use of headphones."
Classification C EVP: "A faint and whispery voice or sound
that can barely be heard and is sometimes indecipherable and unintelligible. It
may have paranormal characteristics, such as a mechanical sound. Most
investigators would apply objectivity and disregard it, but may save it for
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