noise of a cordless phone about to die on cell phone and laptop
I have been experiencing many spiritual phenomena since the fall when someone whom I did not know passed came in my dreams which I wrote about on various posts.
I have had lights going on and off, computers making noises I never heard before, things falling, being woken up in the middle of the night by noises etc...
But this one phenomena is beyond my comprehension.
My cell phone started to make the exact noise of a cordless phone when the battery is about to die. I was getting this about 4-5 times a week and thought nothing of it for a while but I was starting to get annoyed. The person on the other end never heard it. It did it regardless of the battery charge (it would not make that noise on a cell phone but worth mentioning)
I started researching this and finally clued in that it could be paranormal.
Then I started logging in what was said just before the beep and they all could be related to the story of this person. Once it beeped right after my friend pronounced his name.
Last week I went to a medium consultant and I recorded the session on my laptop on audacity with the medium's permission. I get home and then I heard the exact same noise of a cordless phone when the battery is about to die on the recording just after someone's name was spoken (the twin brother of the person who had passed). There was no such noise in the room and it is absolutely identical to the ones heard on my cell phone.
I had previously told his twin brother about the noises and he had asked me to record it. I told him that I could not really as I would have to record every single phone conversation I was having so it was not practical.
So in a way, what the brother was asking for is what happened but please can someone explain to me how this is possible??? The beeping noises have gone from one device to another unrelated electronic device.
I do not like the fact that this is the noise of a cordless phone '' about to die'', I am not sure is there is a hidden meaning behind this.
I would also like to know if they are EVP or sound specialists out there who can analyze this noise.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.