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Tape Spectra

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Journal publication date06/2012
JournalThe Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies
Original languageEnglish


This article considers the representation of Electronic Voice Phenomena in horror and science fiction cinema, and in particular the appearance of ghostly voices on tape (audio and video) in the work of Konstantin Raudive, and the films White Noise and Frozen.