Ghost Busters de­liver their sec­ond re­port

Isis Town and Country - - News - By RICK BUR­DEN, CEO DOWN UN­DER SPIRIT TEAM

THE sec­ond re­port was de­liv­ered by the Down Un­der Spirit Team this week.

DUST in­ves­ti­gated two sites in Childers last month and the find­ings show there are mys­ter­ies worth fur­ther in­ves­ti­gat­ing at the Ap­ple Tree Creek Me­mo­rial Hall.

The fol­low­ing re­port was pre­pared by the DUST CEO, Rick Bur­den.

We have man­aged to go through all of the data col­lected on the in­ves­ti­ga­tions up in Childers for you.

Un­for­tu­nately, due to the ex­ter­nal noise, we only yielded one po­ten­tial piece of ev­i­dence.

This po­ten­tial piece of ev­i­dence was cap­tured at the Ap­ple Tree Creek Me­mo­rial Hall.

It was cap­tured us­ing a piece of equip­ment we are cur­rently ex­per­i­ment­ing with, called Echovox.

What Echovox does, it has chopped up words pro­grammed into it, like syl­la­bles, and it ran­domly plays these chopped words.

It is be­lieved that spirit can ma­nip­u­late these chopped up words to make proper words.

It does this in chan­nels, with both a male and a fe­male voice.

There are a lot of posts online both for and against the Echovox’s le­git­i­macy.

We are try­ing it out on cases and we have had mixed re­sults.

Some cases we can al­most have a con­ver­sa­tion with the en­tity, or so it feels, and oth­ers, it is just gib­ber­ish com­ing out of the speaker.

The times we have had re­sponses, they seem to be in­tel­li­gent re­sponses, and di­rect re­sponses to ques­tions asked.

In the au­dio, you will hear the Echovox have a cou­ple of in­audi­ble re­sponses com­ing from it, then Alain ask­ing the ques­tion, “What is this build­ing used for?”

You will hear an in­audi­ble re­sponse, then you will hear a re­sponse, it’s rea­son­ably clear. Say­ing some­thing the hall is used for.

If you aren’t sure what it is say­ing, please let me know, and I will let you know what we think it is say­ing.

I don’t like to do this be­fore any­one has had a chance to lis­ten to it, and I don’t like putting what we think any­thing is say­ing on the video clip ei­ther.

The rea­son for this is, if I do put what we think it is say­ing, that is all any­one will hear.

I like for peo­ple to be able to lis­ten with their own ears, so they can hear it with­out any pre-de­ter­mined con­cept of what other peo­ple think it is say­ing.

As I men­tioned above, we con­sider this only po­ten­tial ev­i­dence, as it was cap­tured with a piece of equip­ment that we are only test­ing at the mo­ment.

The rest of the team are all very keen to head back to Childers and to in­ves­ti­gate the Den­tist and the Paragon Theatre, with Christ­mas fast ap­proach­ing, pos­si­ble dates to con­sider, late Jan­uary or early Fe­bru­ary.

Let us know at Town and Coun­try your thoughts on the topic or to take part in the sec­ond in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Us­ing the QR code will link you with the au­dio record­ings.

AP­PLE TREE CREEK ME­MO­RIAL HALL: A pho­to­graph of the first set­tlers.

The Ap­ple Tree Creek Me­mo­rial Hall.

Scan the QR code above to lis­ten to the recorded sound for your­self.

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