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Ghostly Voices

First half: Before Frank Alisio Juarez III (aka Frank Shamrock) was known as ‘’The Legend"—winning almost every mixed martial arts (MMA) title in existence—he endured a childhood marred with abuse that led to a troubled young adulthood. He joined George Knapp to discuss how this created a fighter who would go on to dominate the sport for the next two decades.

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Ghostly Voices

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Date: Saturday - June 19, 2004
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Brendan Cook, Barbara McBeath

Brendan Cook and Barbara McBeath, from the Ghost Investigators Society, returned to the show with a new selection of recorded ghost voices, known as Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP).

Among the EVPs they recorded were a young boy in a mausoleum curiously asking, "Hey, what is that for?" and a little girl who haunts the Egyptian Theater entreating, "Tell me more." Interestingly, about half the audio clips came from McBeath's house. During one recording session you can clearly hear a man's voice order, "Hey, get out!" and another voice suggesting, "This might help."

Cook and McBeath captured the ghost voices with a standard microphone on a RCA digital voice recorder. Cook says they have picked up "more voices" since switching from analog to digital recorders. He also believes the "voices are manipulating sounds that are already in the atmosphere" rather than generating their own.

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