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Weird Things Caught On Baby Video Monitors

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It’s funny. When I sat down to write this post- Funny Things Caught on Baby Monitors- I did a quick check on youtube for any amusing videos of things caught on baby video monitor. Would you believe that almost all videos about silly or weird things caught on baby video monitor had to do with aliens? No joke. Almost all of the videos that were posted regarding funny things caught on baby monitor were people showing strange orbs or lights flickering on the baby monitor leaving them wondering if aliens or ghosts were actually showing up on their video.

I don’t know what to say about ghosts and aliens. I really became inspired to write this post after I’d seen a video on youtube with 2 kids trashing their house with flour before Thanksgiving while their mother was in the bathroom. In case you haven’t seen it, you can watch it here:

I think this mother needs to invest in a baby video monitor that can connect to more than one camera so the next time she goes to the bathroom, she doesn’t need to worry about it happening again and suffer from post traumatic stress. Wow, what a mess!

Back to the aliens though. What’s that about? Well, because baby monitors both audio and video both work on frequencies that other devices in the home operate on- like cordless phones, routers, and other wireless devices, you’ll often get some static and interfere or even pick up the neighbor’s house (which can be quite humorous in many situations especially when you hear stuff they don’t want you to hear!)

If you don’t want to pick up the neighbors or have them pick up your house, you need to choose a monitor with more than one setting. You’ll get a lot less static and interference when you choose a monitor that operates on a frequency that is less occupied by everyone else’s cordless phone. For instance, in the Angelcare AC401 Sound and Sensor Monitor, this model has 8 channels to choose from and operates on both 927 MHz and 2.4 GHz frequencies. The sound monitor operates on the 927 MHz frequency so there is no interference from 2.4 GHz equipment or wi-fi.

I figure it’s this static and interference that is causing people to wonder about the ghosts and weird noises their monitors are picking up. Same thing with the video monitors by the way. I’m sure interference and static could actually take some shape or form on video, couldn’t it?

Some ghosthunders would call the noises, EVPs, which stand for Electronic Voice Phenomenon: electronically generated noises that resemble speech, but are not the result of intentional voice recordings or renderings, aka “voices from ghosts”.

Here’s a video with a strange thing floating around one the video baby monitor. What do you think, is it a ghost?

Author Bio:Rivka Slatkin is a stay at home mom of 3. She enjoys writing her blog, Baby-monitors-reviews.com in between her baby’s naptimes all while listening to him on her favorite baby monitor!

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