“There are no Ghost Box experts; but there are those with more Ghost Box experiences….”
Ghost Box ITC
A Ghost Box is an ITC (Instrumental Transcommunication) device which scans radio frequencies either linearly or randomly (depending upon the ghost box) and through a currently unknown process, voices from the “other side” manifest and communicate in real time. This “other side” is vague. Some ghost box users believe we are communicating with the spirit world, others believe we hear the thoughts of living beings, and others believe we are communicating with extraterrestrial and/or extradimensional beings.
Currently, we cannot be sure who, or what, is communicating with us through ghost boxes. Like the closely related field of “ghost hunting,” scientific validation is out of reach because the communications cannot be controlled and, more importantly, repeated. Ghost box researchers operate under the assumption that intelligent entities respond to the use of radio-based Instrumental Transcommunication devices and that the repeat communications through our ITC devices provide enough evidence to continue our research efforts.
Ghost Box: Sweeping Radio-Based ITC Device
Since the introduction of the Frank’s Box by Frank Sumption in 2002, varying degrees of radio-based ITC have become accessible to everyone. Following in the footsteps of the Frank’s Box, ghost boxes are being developed by many researchers. There are now numerous devices available to the general public that can receive ITC Voices besides the Franks Boxes: the Minibox line by the now-defunct manufacturer Paranormal Systems; ghost hunting equipment inventor Gary Galka has created the first mass produced device: the P-SB7 Spirit Box and the RT-EVP devices; several Ghost Boxers, including Steve Hultay, Joe Cioppi (deceased), Angelo Menuto, Andrew Openlander and Rich Georgina have all created their own unique models; and numerous portable radios models can be “hacked” to create a ghost box.
Ghost Boxer = Ghost Box Researcher
The ghost box is becoming more commonplace as a paranormal tool. This is due to the popularity of some televised ghost shows that utilize a them from time to time in addition to the P-SB7 being readily available these days for anyone to purchase. There is currently a large deficiency between the whole of ghost box knowledge versus the number of users. It is the goal of ITC Voices to close this knowledge gap by presenting evidence and articles from current researchers who have experience using these ITC tools for research both at home and in the field. With clearly conveyed ideas, new researchers will have a starting point to begin their research.
ITC voices seeks to provide a safe space for ghost box audio, articles, and schematics. It is our hope that researchers will utilize this site to post their thoughts on this field. Anyone can submit an article, SoundCloud file or a YouTube video for posting on the main site.
It is time to organize the shared knowledge that Ghost Boxers have into one place on the web. Hopefully, ITC Voices will become a repository of knowledge and audio that both current and future researchers can learn from. Ghost box research is still in its infancy and we all have something to learn from one another; there is no one person who has all the answers and certainly no one can be qualified as a ghost box expert – all theories are simply unproven because we cannot answer the fundamental question of why these devices work.
For now, we are content to simply know that they do.
Please email with any ghost box questions or submissions to Tim Woolworth, firstname.lastname@example.org