The Bun Life - EVP and EBVP, You're Not Gonna Believe This!!!

I just had the scariest paraabnormalistic experience of my life! Okay, all six of us know I have no life so that was just a figure of speech, but whatever. Anyway, I was reading about EVP or Electronic Voice Phenomenon, in case any of you don't know what that is, it is when people make a recording of a quiet room, and then play it back half speed only to hear some ghostly communications.

Okay, well my experience was a little bit of a twist on this idea. A German scientist Juran Von Weinerschnitszel invented Electronic Bunny Voice Phenomenon, where you basically record bunnies doing their daily thing (for my bunnies, that means absolutely nothing) and then playing it back half speed to hear whatever. So, I dragged out my recorder, and walked over to Baby Fwan as she was lying down in the middle of the living room, and placed the recorder next to her for about 5 minutes.

Anyway, afterwards, I picked up the recorder, and rewinded the tape all the way. I then hit play and slowed it down to half speed. I practically shat myself when I heard what was on there, all I could hear was a female ghoulish voice saying over and over again, "Die.......Die.......Die......Die!" What the hell is going on with my poor Baby Fwan! Is she posessed??? I would call a priest, but the last one over here tried to get Fwan to convert, and she bit his big toenail off!

All I know is that I am sleeping in the bathtub tonight, that black and white furry lop scares the hell out of me!

5 comments:

  1. I am sure you will be fine but just in case you better sprinkle their greens with holy water and sleep with a big ole cross around your neck. Havent you ever read Bunnicula.

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  2. Ohhhhh! Spoooooky! This calls for lots of treats. (And sleeping with one eye open.)

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  3. I always knew Fwan's overall intentions.

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  4. Are you sure it wasn't "Pie, Pie, Pie, Pie"? Maybe it was an epicurean, not satanic, voice.

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  5. You know what, now that you mention it, maybe it was "Rye..Rye..Rye" and she was just hungry?? Maybe that explains why Frannie looks like a loaf of Pumpernickel bread?

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