About GhostTube VOX

GhostTube VOX is the latest experimental paranormal communication app for Apple and Android. The app tests the theory that spirits can manipulate magnetic and/or electro-magnetic fields to make their presence known, or even to select sounds from a soundbank or word dictionary. GhostTube VOX can be used alongside other GhostTube apps and paranormal equipment on your paranormal investigations.

Using GhostTube VOX on a paranormal investigation


How does GhostTube VOX work?

GhostTube VOX primarily uses your phone’s magnetometer (or compass). By calibrating magnetic north, the app can use this sensor to measure magnetic interference, similar to how the original GhostTube app works. Unlike the original app, GhostTube VOX selects sounds and phonetics when specific magnetic signatures are detected. Unlike other paranormal apps, GhostTube VOX does not come with any pre-recorded sounds – all sounds are generated or sourced in realtime when specific magnetic signatures are detected using online digital radio broadcasts. This means that each session with GhostTube VOX will be unique, guaranteeing that sounds aren’t pre-programmed to sound spooky. This makes GhostTube VOX one of the most reliable and trusted paranormal investigation tools for your handheld device.


GhostTube VOX introduces a range of new features to use on your investigations:

  • Sound synthesizer – real-time generation and sourcing of sounds based on the magnetic signatures detected by the magnetometer.
  • Video and audio recorder – never miss a moment or critical peice of evidence on your paranormal investigations, with low light filters.
  • Echo and reverb controls – making it easier for the investigator to make out words and phrases, also allows you to test theories that these effects can assist spirits in manipulating sound.
  • White noise generator – used to test theories that white noise can be manipulated by spirits to generate electronic voice phenomena (EVPs), and theories that white noise can amplify or conduct paranormal activity.
  • Sound visualiser – used to visually show you the sounds being generated and recorded by the app, in realtime.



Can GhostTube really communicate with ghosts?

No paranormal device or app has been scientifically proven to enable communication with ghosts, or even the existence of ghosts. GhostTube is intended for paranormal investigators to test theories of the paranormal and either prove or disprove those theories, but is not intended (nor marketed) as a tool for seeing and communicating with the dead or deceased loved ones. We always encourage users approach every investigation with skepticism and to take a scientific approach, see tips below for serious investigators. Words/phrases generated do not represent the official position or opinion of the developer and are not intended as instructions or requests.

Tips for investigating

Just like any paranormal equipment you use (and any of the other GhostTube apps), GhostTube VOX is capable of generating false positives. Sounds will be generated based on magnetic signatures detected, but these can be influenced by environmental factors, namely nearby electronics, metals, or natural fluctuations in the Earth’s magnetic field. GhostTube VOX users are encouraged to pair evidence generated on the app with evidence captured on other devices and, where possible, back evidence with documented historic fact before drawing conclusions.

GhostTube VOX is a supplemental device to the traditional Spirit Box, not a substitute. It is important to understand the differences in how they work. The Spirit Box uses a radio transmitter for anaolg radio signals to generate sounds and white noise, where as GhostTube VOX relies on the magnetometer to detect fluctuations in magnetic fields and generates sounds and white noise digitally using online digital broadcasts. GhostTube VOX has the added benefit of testing theories relating to manipulation of magnetic and electro-magnetic fields, something which is not able to be measured by a traditional Spirit Box. In general, phone’s do not have an FM/AM receiver accessible to developers to tune in to analog radio signals.

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