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Growing up Haunted in Sydney Part 7

Have you read the previous parts of this story? Growing up Haunted in Sydney Part 1

While the “big” and exciting events of growing up in a haunted house always make for the good stories, not everything was intense and amazing… the little things often made to just remind us ‘he’ was still around.

Mum was doing the laundry and going through all the bedrooms and tossing the dirty laundry into the hall where she could scoop it up and take it to the laundry in one trip. Mum noted a number of items; her navy slacks – my new Mickey mouse undies (very important to a 5 year old in the 60′s!) and my sister’s brand new ‘hippy’ shirt. Mum remembers throwing them into the hallway and even them flying through the air in her peripheral vision. It wasn’t until later when she was pegging the clothes on the line she realized all 3 items were missing. Being a …

December 21st, 2009 by Caretaker 

Electronic Voice Phenomena – Voices From Beyond the Grave?

An EVP, or Electronic Voice Phenomena, is a recording of a voice of supposed paranormal origin. The voices are generally not heard by those who make the recording, but only on the finished recording upon playback.

There is disagreement, of course, as to what the explanation for these strange voices could be. But the fact that they exist cannot be refuted. Do you believe that an EVP is proof that ghosts or spirits from the “other side” have some ability to communicate to the living?

You can read much more about Electronic voice phenomena and here some examples for yourself at:


September 2nd, 2007 by Caretaker