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Michael Esposito is one of the world’s foremost authorities on EVP. A descendant of Alfred Vail, who invented the Morse Code, with his partner Samuel Morse and Jonathan Harned Vail, office manager and assistant to Thomas Edison. An experimental artist and researcher in Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) Michael studied communication theory at Purdue University, University of Notre Dame, American University in Cairo, Egypt and Governor's State University.
Michael is the co-founder of Phantom Airwaves an institution dedicated to the study and education of EVP research. Over the years, under the Phantom Airwaves institution, Michael has participated in hundreds of paranormal investigations all over the world. He has conducted extensive research using his theory and techniques in many experiments within the field of EVP. Focusing primarily on EVP research, he and his partner Heidi Harman have collected tens of thousands EVPs and video.
Michael has developed concepts, theories, and testing methods of capturing and presenting EVP using structures and frequencies commonly found in relationship to experimental music. Michael combines EVP with field recordings and related frequency tones of research sites to provide an audio-archeological picture of both sides of the veil.
He is featured in the films: Dead Whisper(2006), Paranormal Labs: Ghosts - Dead Whisper (reissue)(2008), Ghost Asylum(2009), The Sallie House - Gateway to the paranormal(2009), Dead Whisper: In Search of Ghosts and the Supernatural (UFOTV Special Edition) (2009), Paranormal Labs Presents: Ghost Asylum (reissue)(2009). Michael also has been featured in countless newspapers, radio and television news specials in both the United States and abroad. Michael has lectured to a variety of audiences in the US, Canada and Europe.
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