Whispers: individuals reporting paranormal activity commonly complain about hearing whispering voices, sometimes discernable and sometimes not.
Recognized voices: : sometimes individuals report hearing voices of someone that he or she knows, but the person the voice is associated with isn't present at the location at the time the voices are heard, or the individual that was heard did not actually speak at the time that the voices were recognized.
Unrecognized voices: some voices are heard with amazing clarity at a haunting or a site that has paranormal activity.
Calling Ghost Phenomena: the latter phenomenon involves hearing one’s name called when no one else is present at a location or when no one called out an individual’s name; this is often referred to as the "calling ghost phenomena."
Rapping and banging: unexplained banging, rapping, and strange sounds are commonly reported by individuals experiencing paranormal phenomena. Rapping and banging are also commonly reported on sites experiencing poltergeist activity.
Sounds of movement: Unexplained sounds can be just about anything that an individual hears but cannot later be explained away with a logical source for the sound produced. Such sounds can include the sounds of glass breaking, footsteps, floors creaking, doors slamming, and the sound of furniture moving when no one is present to cause such noise.
Phantom phone calls: these phone calls are sometimes reported by individuals who are experiencing a haunting and consist of an individual receiving a phone call from a deceased individual. When an individual actually receives a phantom phone call, it may sound as if the individual on the other end of the line is quite clear in terms of clarity, but the individual fails to respond to the individual that has answered the phone, or the caller speaks at the call recipient and not directly to them.
Unexplained scratching noises: In some instances, individuals will report hearing scratching noises coming from various areas of a location.