David Cattanach speaking in spirit – Leslie Flint
Recordings source: The Leslie Flint Foundation
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A young man named David Cattanach, who died at age 18, made many visits to the Leslie Flint séances over a period of 10 years, speaking with his mother at several of them. Gordon Smith, who knew the mother personally, wrote this about her and the séances:
I know her personally and she is someone I would describe as very astute, someone who would not easily be fooled, especially when it came to her son, and she had no doubts that she was hearing his voice.
David came through in more than one Leslie Flint seance, at times speaking with his mother who was one of the sitters. In this seance, David carries on a conversation with his mother about the afterlife, his level of consciousness, and what he is doing there.
The vocal mechanism uses the vocal chords to create the vibrations that we hear when someone speaks. When someone doesn’t use the vocal chords to create sound, but uses a constricted pharynx to give a “hissing” sound, we call it a “whisper.” The rest of the vocal mechanism creates words in the same way as it does with the vocal chords sounds. We aren’t sure why David and some of the other speakers were not able to use the ectoplasmic vocal chords to create a sound, but they create a strained whisper speaking voice.
As with most of the Flint recordings, the recording equipment used in the middle of the 20th century is primitive and the quality is not good.