ABOUT THE SCD3
RADIO — Both Guglielmo Marconi and Thomas Edison believed in the possibility of using new recording devices to contact the dead. Additionally, Sir William Crooks, President of the Royal Society and inventor of the cathode ray tube, and Sir Oliver Lodge, one of the leading contributors to radio technology, believed the other world to be a wavelength into which we pass when we die.
In the 1950s, Friedrich Jürgensen, painter for Pope Pius XII, and author of ([Sprechfunk Mit Verstorbenen] Radiotelephony with the deceased, p. 1967), while living in Sweden found traces of extra voices on tapes with which he was trying to record birdsongs. Over the years, Jürgensen made thousands of recordings of the voices of the dead, ranging from his family and friends to people such as Vincent van Gogh and confidante and adviser to the Reichsführer-SS, 'Eduard Alexander Felix Kersten' the personal physical therapist of Heinrich Himmler (Reichsführer of the Schutzstaffel), one of the most infamous men in Nazi Germany and a main architect of the Holocaust.
These are claimed to be the world’s first recordings of Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP), the paranormal appearance of strange voices on magnetic tape.
The third successor in line to the original Huff Paranormal SCD1 & SCD2 spirit devices, the new 'GhostHunterApps SCD3' represents an all-new algorithmic base that embodies a dual SHOUTcast™ radio scanning technique and introduces a new powerful DSP Effects platform (Reverb, Echo and Pitch) to help elevate its spirit communication properties.
This ITC app was designed to perform spirit communication and EVP research by harnessing ethereal power through the use of sophisticated algorithms and compelling techniques to help spirits communicate.
The app applies a multi-lingual approach using international (Europe/Asia/Africa/The Americas/Middle & Near East) as well as English language stations, to offer compelling and effective spirit talk via the tried and proven ITC technique of radio scanning.