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I’m fascinated by things that are emerging from mad scientists’ labs… or at least the kitchen tables of kindred spirits (no pun intended) who think like I do.
Here are a few odd, recent discoveries:
I’m not sure what to think of the Super Beacon Auto-mapper Crystal Quantum Radio.
(I try never to dismiss anything that might help us figure out what anomalies really are.)
Well, the price tag on that tool is a little steep for my experiments.
Then there’s the Beta-Blocker Spirit Radio, at that same website.
As Alice said, “Curiouser and curiouser!”
I recommend cruising through that website. If you’re an electronics geek, you may get some ideas for tools we can actually use in this field.
But wait… there’s more!
The photo at left shows a homegrown variation. It might just work. It’s the Spooky Tesla Spirit Radio.
The complete directions are at Instructables: Spooky Tesla Spirit Radio.
The following video… well, the guy sounds pretty snide at times. However, the tests he demonstrates are worth noting. Be sure to listen to the sounds produced by the color yellow. What is the radio reacting to?
The “lost journals” of Nikola Tesla might be someone’s clever work of fiction. Nevertheless, Tesla’s life may need closer investigation.
In those “lost journals,” it says:
“Around 1918, Tesla started to receive what he considered to be voice transmissions, except the voices he was picking up were not human. Instead, Tesla wrote that, “The sounds I am listening to every night at first appear to be human voices conversing back and forth in a language I cannot understand. I find it difficult to imagine that I am actually hearing real voices from people not of this planet. There must be a more simple explanation that has so far eluded me.”
This is consistent with Tesla’s comments in Talking with the Planets, publishing in 1901:
“My first observations positively terrified me, as there was present in them something mysterious, not to say supernatural, and I was alone in my laboratory at night; but at that time the idea of these disturbances being intelligently controlled signals did not yet present itself to me. “
If you build this radio and test it, please let me know about your results. I’m very interested in homemade devices, and in voice-related ghost hunting tools in general.