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Have you ever experienced the effects of infrasound? Believe it or not it is quite normal in our everyday lives; however, we might not pay attention to it.

Infrasound is when an object such as a guitar string is vibrating on such a low frequency (e.g. lower than 20 hertz or cycles per second) it causes a second string to start playing without it being touched. To the average person this would seem paranormal at the surface. However, sound and vibrations are capable of traveling at such low frequencies it goes undetected by the human ear. However, it is important to note, that when conditions are right the human ear can detect sound waves as low as 10 hertz or cycles per second. In addition, Vic Tandy, a lecturer at Coventry University, explained how infrasound can cause feelings and symptoms of anxiety, nervousness, and chills. All of the aforementioned symptoms can present as paranormal at reported haunted locations.

Infrasound is also utilized when measuring earthquake activity. The frequency range falls between 20 hertz and 0.001 hertz. These are levels not detected by the human ear. If you have ever been on a true ghost investigation you would know that the digital voice recorders that are used are very sensitive as well. They are able to pick up sounds, voices, and other things the human ear doesn’t detect. Furthermore, when an EVP is captured there is sometimes a clicking or popping sound associated before or after the EVP. Could that be a type of infrasound that is caught digitally? Another question to ask is “Will an infrasound device detect energy from a spirit that is attempting to manifest”? Yet another question is “Are EVP’s on an infrasound frequency”?

It would be interesting to experiment with infrasound technology while conducting a paranormal investigation. It is always good to step outside the realm of EMF Pumps, the Ovilus, the K2 Meter, RIM Pods, and Digital Voice Recorders to gather evidence that ties science to the other side. Furthermore, Infrasound technology might be able to shore up some unanswered questions within the paranormal community. What types of technology and experiments should be conducted while on a paranormal investigation? The team at McLennan County Paranormal Investigations are always interested in your comments and suggestions.


The McLennan County
Paranormal Investigations Team


The Paranormal Community understand’s what EVP’s are and the scientific value associated with them. EVP’s are short for “Eletronic Voice Phenomena” and are recorded on digital voice recorders during an investigation. Most of the time EVP’s are captured within a range that is far beyond what the human ear can pick up; however, there are occasions when a disembodied voice will be heard by the human ear. Generally, the human voice ranges from 300 hz to upwards of 3,000 hz. EVP’s can be found anywhere from 0 hz to 300 hz and appear to be flat within the wave form. However, with software such as Adobe Audition one can analyze the spectral frequency of the waveform and determine roughly the range of frequency the recorded EVP is falling in. Determining the range of frequency for an EVP is vital to it’s credibility along with reviewing all video to help solidify your evidence.

McLennan County Paranormal Investigations takes pride in their investigations and works hard to help everyday people with paranormal claims. They review every potential EVP with detail and take into consideration all variables and factors surrounding the capture. Please feel free to click on the MCPI Facebook & EVP Samples at the top of this page to listen to actual samples from past investigations. If you like what you hear join the growing fan base and stay up to date with our investigations. Furthermore, you can also follow us on Twitter by searching for @MCPI_TX to receive real-time updates as we Tweet during our investigations. Last but not least, you can click on the MCPI Videos tab at the top of the page to watch past investigations online.


Mclennan County Paranormal Investigations Team