Bodie Sessions


I recorded around my grandson Bodie, for the first time yesterday. He’s such a chatterbox, I’m not sure I’ll get anything due to the all the noise he made. But it’s worth noting that everything about this felt different. I know that’s not very scientific, so I can’t wait to compare my feelings with actual results.

Sometimes, you just get a sense that some spirit(s) is there. Hard to explain, but you pick it up from the subject, I think. With grandson Kenny (18 months), he occasionally checks out the ceiling as if he’s watching something. This becomes noticeable quickly, and creates a small inkling that someone else is possibly present. Not once with Bodie. Doesn’t mean no one is there, but I wonder if it means he has reached that age where they are no longer visible, or he is no longer aware. He is 20 months old, and possibly a little bit advanced in some areas, so it would be fascinating if this were the approximate age where guardian spirits become less integral to the child’s awareness.

Reminder: I want to purchase and start using a barometer for home sessions and begin comparing weather and barometric changes with actual results as well as qualitative and quantitative characteristics of session. No idea what I hope to find, but seems worth doing to some degree. Would be most interesting if there are any predictive value gained, although thunder storm comparisons proved very inconclusive. We’ll see.

NOTE
Because of this possibility, I wanted to record more than usual, so there’s a fair amount to go over. It was just the two of us throughout, recording done on iPad in Airplane mode, recorded during play (no interview at all), during late morning. It was raining and neighborhood was completely quiet with no interruptions or ambient noise incidents. All media was off, and heat did not turn on or off during sessions.

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2 responses to “Bodie Sessions

  1. Very cool! I’m interested in hearing about possible pressure changes. I’ve not been able to find the right barometer that works well for investigating that doesn’t cost a ridiculous amount of money. It must give instant readings, of course. The barometers we use right now are like watches and have to continuously be pushed every time you want to see the reading, so you can’t just pop it in front of a camera and keep track of it. Any ideas?

  2. I’ve had the same problem finding something thats more immediate than the usual, but I think for static use, I’ll just go with the standard device for a more “general” understanding. You know, like if the pressure is high, are there more incidents of EVP? Or the reverse? Maybe after enough trials, something will emerge as a trend. But I don’t think it’s worth a lot of money. I could get one that is wireless and mounted on the wall – digital, and that might allow me to use it here. As for investigations – a mobile device – I haven’t found the right thing yet. I’ve been looking too. I’ll let you know if I find something.

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