Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Reporter gets EVP at Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

Mike Szymanski, a reporter for reports hearing the barking of his dead dog Pepe at a recent press conference for the movie 'White Noise' held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Famous for hauntings by Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift, the hotel was the setting for an EVP demonstration by Tom and Lisa Butler of the American Association of Electronic Voice Phenomenon to promote the new Michael Keaton movie in theaters now.

Skeptical reporters were asked to sit in a circle and say the names of someone they had lost in an attempt to capture the voices of these spirits. After an hour of recording a few phrases sounding like "hello" and "it's fascinating" could be heard on the tape. Szymanski had said the name of his dead grandmother, but when the tape was played back he only heard scratchy sounds and no messages from grandma.

However, someone else had stated the name 'Pepe' and when that part of the recording came on, Szymanski says: "there was a distinct grumbled barking that couldn't have been recorded 14 floors up in the hotel. I didn't tell anyone at the time, but I gulped because the dog sounded very distinctly like my irascible dachsund, Pepe, who died a year ago."

Read about the amazing
EVP reporters captured at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel now.

This radio controlled, amphibious, air-powered vehicle runs on water, land, ice - just about any smooth surface!

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