An ENORMOUS thank you to our LlewellynCon presenters today: Lilith Dorsey, Martha Kirby Capo, Natalie Fowler, and Ian Chambers!
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Watch Lilith Dorsey: Water Goddessses of the World: Exploring the Depths of the Divine Feminine
Watch Martha Kirby Capo: Thrifty Witchery
Watch Natalie Fowler: The Difference Between Spirits and Ghosts
Watch Ian Chambers: The Witch Compass in Traditional Witchcraft
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The Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum is a bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events that feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our sixth in the series, on Ghost Hunting and the Paranormal, featured The Dictionary of Demons author Michelle Belanger and Elements of a Haunting co-authors Mustafa Gatollari and Brandon Alvis.
Did you miss the live event? No worries! Stream it here.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Rich Newman, author of Ghost Hunting for Beginners and the new Passport to the Paranormal.
Ask any ghost hunter about evidence gathered during an investigation, and you will probably be shown a handful of EVPs. Electronic Voice Phenomena is the act of capturing disembodied voices on audio recordings, and it is one of the most common ghost hunting techniques used today.
You're probably already thinking, "How can I record my very own EVPs?" Before we get to that, let me give you a quick history of this technique. It all began in the 1950s when a filmmaker by the name of Attila von Szalay began capturing voices that he claimed were long-dead