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Class C EVP

Why are Class C EVPs the most common, you may ask? Probably because they're the least likely to be paranormal. Some could be paranormal, certainly, but they're usually too obscured to say with any certainty that they're not caused by some other normal acoustic source in the environment, much less interpret what exactly they're saying....

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PPI Presents (2016)

Coming to your local public library: Science and The Beyond: The Science and Pseudoscience of Paranormal Investigating. Using their own case files from the past decade, TAPS Family skeptical inquiry group PACIFIC PARANORMAL INVESTIGATIONS shines a flashlight on the inner workings of 21st century paranormal investigating with a multimedia show separating good science from bad, and the inexplicable from the 'xplicable. Topics include: scientific method, critical thinking, "paranormal" tech, research and nonfiction, orbs, history and pioneers, pseudoscience, false positives and "proof", EVP classification, and more. FREE and open to the public. (Not recommended for very young children.) Students welcomed, and extra credit opportunities are encouraged. (Talk to your teacher!)