I have another little story from our investigation of an 1800's "County Home" and "Lunatic House". This investigation was performed on 10-02-2008, at night, and with the permission of the County Historical Society. This place is now a Museum (it became a museum in 1978.)
Before I delve too much in to this story let me first discuss a pertinent subject. EVP is Electronic Voice Phenomena. Disembodied Voices imprinted on a recording device that was not audible to the ear at the time of recording. That is EVP. ENP is Electronic Noise Phenomena. Basically the same thing as Voice Phenomena but this is a non voice noise. Bangs, barking dogs... whatever.
An example of this is, I once went to a Cemetery and did my usual EVP work. On this occasion, I set up 3 recorders about 40 yards apart on top of different tombstones. Me being a former Military Man, I found a fellow who died in WWII in 1943 (KIA). Before I set the recorder down I explained what a recorder was and what he should do. I asked him what his WWII experience was like. I told him I was former Army. After the recording session, I listened to the Audio and on his tombstone, I recorded about 3 minutes of Gunfire and what I can only explain as LOUD gunfire (Artillery?). I never heard that out loud. The recorders set up (not on his grave) captured nothing. So, that is an example of ENP.
Sorry for the tangent, back to the story. During our October investigation, we recorded on the second floor of the "Lunatic House". Watch the Video and you will hear the "Ghostly Piano" playing. We did not hear this at the time. If anyone can recognize this tune, please let me know. A note here, there is not, nor ever has been a piano in the Lunatic House (or radio). However, next door in the Main Infirmary there is a broken Antique piano. One of the claims of paranormal activity by the staff is the Piano playing by itself. When they go to investigate, it stops before they reach it. Note the Piano is about 300 yards from us as the crow flies. It is On the first floor with countless rooms in between. Even if it wasn't broken, it COULD NOT be played loud enough for us to hear. Also, as I said, we never heard it.
In the video, I play the clip normal, then amped a little and Amped a lot on the third play. Be careful. The third play may hurt your ears.