We want to know what a ghost box is and our guest Tim Woolworth Paranormal Conference Speaker & ITC Specialist is just the guy to ask. He has a website called ITC Voices to promote ghost box ITC ( Instrumental Trans-Communication) to the world. During his time as a ghost boxer, he has built an incredible reputation in the field. Tim has consolidated ghost box knowledge and have also written more theory on ghost boxes than anyone
Radio Wasteland: You know, a lot of people out there I’ve had a guest on before who talked to me about ghost boxes. I think we’ve moved off the topic really quick. I did not land with a good understanding of what it ghost box was. It sounded like it was tuning in a frequency.
Tim Woolworth: It’s like an oscillator in kind of is ghost boxes. They kind of function on the same idea as early EVP. I’m not sure if you’re familiar with the work of Friedrich Jürgenson and Konstantin Raudive, and the progenitors of ITC. What they did, what they did when they were recording EVP is they had reel to reel or cassette. And what they would add in the background is a little inter-frequency static. That’s static. That’s between two radio stations. Just a slight burble in the background. And what was found was that the frequencies as an audio man, you understand white noise. It’s a bunch of audio for it. It’s all audio frequencies just meshed together, making a huge noise. So what happens is by whatever means that they are emanating their communication from the other side. It is blending with the white noise and through of through something called stochastic resonance, where you have a carrier wave and where frequencies match up, they become much louder through stochastic resonance. The waves that they are emanating from the other side come through. That was the early days of EVP. We moved to the digital days where everybody has a digital recorder, digital recorders, heaven integrated circuit and them integrated chips. Integrated chips are inherently noisy, but there are filters built into these recorders. So you don’t hear that. But the noise is still in the background. It’s being transformed into EVP and your digital recorders. You move forward to ghost boxes. So ghost boxes, basically, you’re using a radio band and you’re weeping up and down the band either in a linear or a random fashion.
The classic analog boxes are still are typically linear. There are only a couple random programmers out there or a handful of boxes in the world that can do it properly. So when it’s sweeping up and down, what you do is you apply tuned voltage to it and this voltage allows you to speed it up or slow it down, or if you’ve got a random box to make jumps so you can sweep up and down and control the rate at which it’s going up and down. So when it’s going up and down a radio bandwidth, what you are getting is snippets of noise. It’s typically on any given station for less than a tenth of a second and you’re getting all that white noise. So all of a sudden you’ve got all this noise in the background for communication to right on. And that’s where we believe ghost box communication comes from. And there’s several different classifications of communication that comes through. Sometimes they will use a snippet of a song, for example, to formulate a section of a sentence. There are other communications that are Breakthru where you will get conversation level talking to you like I’m talking to you right now with no interference whatsoever on the other side. There’s like choral communications that come through where it’s like a chorus sing into you. And that’s the way they communicate. There’s all of these different forms of communication that are actually coming through ghost boxes.
And it’s all because of that little white noise we have in the background.