Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Spiricom on Coast To Coast 9/25/09

Art will be continuing the conversation!!!

Art was joined in the second hour by paranormal investigator Dr. Stephen Rorke, who shared research from his investigation into the Spiricom case. Rorke said Spiricom was an attempt to create a technological means of communicating with the dead. The program, which ran from the mid 1960s to the early 1980s, was conducted by Metascience Foundation's George W. Meek and William O'Neil, a self-described psychic and electronics engineer. The two men allegedly contacted the spirit of deceased NASA scientist Dr. George Mueller, but Rorke believes there was some fraud at play.

As evidence, he revealed that O'Neil, the sole operator of the Spiricom device, was a schizophrenic ventriloquist, who may have used his voice-throwing skills, along with an electrolarynx, to create the voice of Dr. Mueller. The Spiricom recordings "sound exactly like" the modulations produced by an artificial larynx, Rorke pointed out. In addition, O'Neil's only source of income was from the Metascience Foundation, and they paid him more money for results, Rorke added. Rorke also presented some newly discovered Metascience audio, noting that there is never any overlap between O'Neil and the Spiricom voice.

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