EVP of a girl screaming for her life.
On the night of June 9, 1912, an unknown assailant (or assailants) entered the Moore house inVillisca, Iowa, and brutally murdered its eight residents—Josiah and Sarah Moore, their four children, and two friends sleeping over—by hacking them in the face with an axe. The killer disappeared after the murder, and has to this day never been identified. Although suspects were identified, including a traveling minister and a local businessman, they were thrown out and the crime still remains unsolved.
Since the crimes, there have been reports of haunting in the house. Former tenants said that they had seen the figure of a shadowy man with an axe standing at the foot of their bed. As one report goes, a closet door opened and closed one evening, and, later that night, the tenants were seen and heard by neighbors around 3 a.m. running out of the house, screaming. In addition, there are reports that other tenants’ children woke up at night to the sound of children crying. Those tenants often returned home to find their clothing taken from their dresser and closet and strewn about the room. The father of the children was said to have been sharpening a knife in the kitchen when it flew from his hands and stabbed his chest. The family departed the house that day and did not return.
The above EVP was spectromically analysed with 16 others, recorded in the house (including this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7Wh-lLRhmg) dating from as early as 1971 and 15 were found to be the same voice, exactly.
This conclusion, lead the previously skeptical researchers who conducted the experiment to proclaim “The Villisca Axe Murder House is conclusive proof of haunting”
EVPs are the creepiest of all evidence. Fact.