What’s that weird noise? Oregonians for Science and Reason event debunks odd and eerie recordings

Hmm. What’s that sound? A ghost speaking? A broadcast from outer space?

Doubtful.

For every weird audio recording, there’s often a backstory and science-based evidence to debunk any claims of a paranormal or supernatural origin.

Wait. What's that sound? Is it a ghost speaking? Probably not. Learn more about why at an upcoming Portland State University talk. Freeimages.com

Wait. What’s that sound? Is it a ghost speaking? Probably not. Learn more about why at an upcoming Portland State University talk. Freeimages.com

To hear some of these recordings and learn how they can be critically and scientifically analyzed, join Oregonians for Science and Reason Nov. 21 at Portland State University.

Speaker Brian Dunning — a science writer, member of the National Association of Science Writers and host of the Skeptoid podcast — will play recordings and share the details behind each one.

The event is free and starts at 7 p.m. in PSU’s Cramer Hall, Room 271.

For more information, contact O4SR.

Susannah L. Bodman
Twitter: @Sciwhat
Facebook: Sciwhat.Science

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