|It's fun to pretend|
|The Twilight Zone|
A Ghost box (also known as a Frank's box) is a device used to supposedly communicate with the dead. Ghost boxes are simple radios with a scanning function allowing them to search airwaves until they find a station to stop on. Woos disable the stopping bit and presto, instant ghost box. The newly made ghost box then permanently jumps though available frequencies, playing each one for a fraction of a second. The various sounds from snatches of transmission, static, white noise and interference are then interpreted, using some of the most extreme pareidolia and a big dose of imagination, as words and communication from spirits on the other side. The spirits are seemingly unable to just pick one frequency, stick to it, and speak clearly, but must instead speak on lots of different ones in quick succession in cryptic syntax.
 See also
- The Ghost Box
- The Ghost of Douglas Adams Woo attempts to channel the other side to establish contact with Douglas Adams.
- Suicide Victim's Final Words /ghost box session.wmv This poor man genuinly believes he's speaking to his dead brother in law