VSP (Visual Spectral Phenomena) ©
V.S.P or Visual Spectral Phenomena is a breakthrough in the field of paranormal research that The Ghostfinder Paranormal Society has been developing since May 2009. GPS Audio Analyst Manager John West first identified this phenomena after analysing several EVP's that were captured during a paranormal investigation in Oxfordshire. He identified that EVP's are not just captured as sound waves, but also visually within the spectrum of sound. This study into what GPS have termed VSP is a breakthrough in the field of para-science, and we are hard at work pioneering this research to further develop the technique, and bring to light some answers to the questions that surround the technique of capturing disembodied voices.
Exactly what is VSP?
VSP is the technique of observing objects produced by sound waves which resemble human forms or words within the sound spectrum. Sound Spectrum Analysers (SSA) convert the recorded sound into a spectrum of colour or light intensities which produce the phenomena.
The recorder is used in the same way as a thermal imager is used to record the potential heat signatures given off by an unknown entity.
Some of the factors to consider are:
If a spirit is trying to communicate, the energy required to create a sound is far less than the energy needed to create a light wave (apparition)
A spirit may not be able to differentiate between the frequencies of light and sound.
If spirits are manipulating the EMF field then the vibrations produced, could produce the frequencies required to create a VSP.
Why use the hearing spectrum of 20Hz to 20,000Hz to manifest itself? It could simply be that the frequencies used to cause a spirit to manifest itself could just naturally fall into this bracket.
Further research into VSP will require experimentation and analysis of thousands of recorded responses. Our experiments will include attempts to simulate the effect by recording various sound waves to see if whether or not we can manipulate the sound spectrum to produce images or words of choice.
The Visual Spectral Phenomena (top left) was taken from an EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) captured at the Falstaff Experience. The image shows what looks like a face embedded into the sound file.
This next example of VSP came from an EVP file recorded at Beachy Head. In this image letters are identified, and after careful analysis of the VSP we have concluded that it may well be the name 'Mark'.
During our paranormal investigation of Beachy Head, Bongo had psychically received information from a spirit called Mark. She identified that a 40 year old man called Mark had commited suicide there recently. She said that he was from the other side of the world, possibly Australia, and had worked or lived locally in a street similar to 'Marine Road or Lane'. Bongo also mentioned that Mark was in trouble with the Police and after being investigated over something, he felt he had no choice but to end it all.
According to Bongo, Mark's body was flown home after his autopsy and she felt that Mark was sorry for what he had done.
Sheena found the following information:
New Zealand born Mark Baxendine, of Millgrove House, Marine Road, was found at cliffs at Beachy Head on December 3 2008. An inquest at Eastbourne Magistrates Court heard the 40-year-old had texted a friend saying, ' I will just say goodbye, I'm sorry I let you down' the same day he was aressted and questioned by Police. A post mortem on Mr Baxendine, who worked at Seaside Dental Practice, gave his cause of death as multiple injuries and a toxicology report showed there was cannabis in his system.