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why do they whisper during investigations? are ghosts deaf?
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LOL..I know, right? This is my favorite show on TV besides Lost and 24. Whether this show is for real or not, it's entertaining; I have also wondered the same thing: Why do they need to whisper? I'd like to ask them that question.
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I don't think it's bbecause ghosts are deaf. If they were, they'd have to speak rather loudly. I figure it has to do with not spooking the entity or the person (or animal- you don't want to scare a squirel or racoon) that may be actually making the noise. If the entity doesn't know they're being "hunted" or that it can be heard or seen, then a suden booming voice interrupts it, the entity may be shocked into hiding. That would take away from the evidence. That's just hypothetical though. It could alwo be to prevent contamination of other team members sessions. For example, if Steve & Tango are investigating in one room and Jason and Grant are just down stairs, Jason can't be yelling at an entity on the first floor because his voice could carry to the upstairs recorder. I know they consider contamination a lot, so that one may not be a good example. On the other hand though, I read that you shouldn't whisper on an investigation because that could make somebody's whisper se
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...make somebody's whisper seem like an EVP. However, the people on the team that do the evidence review are usually the same people and have been doing it for years. they can fairly easily tell whose voice belongs to whom
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