Marcello Bacci, of Grosseto Italy, was a leading researcher in Instrumental Transcommunication. Bacci used an old valve radio tuned to white noise in the short wave band. For 35 years, he held free sessions on Friday nights for parents whose children had transitioned. Many affirmed that they heard the voices of their deceased children responding to questions in real time. Bacci welcomed scientists and other afterlife investigators. In 2004 a team of researchers including Dr. Anabela Cardoso, Dr. Mario Salvatore Festa, Prof David Fontana, and Dr. Paolo Presi traveled to Grosseto Italy to investigate the voices. They interviewed people who hear the clear, extended voices of their loved ones whose bodies had died.
The researchers concluded that in fact Bacci was receiving voice communication from people living in the afterlife: “The results of this experiment, taken together with those yielded by the 2002 experiment of Professor Festa and Franco Santi, provide firm evidence of the authenticity of the Bacci voices,” read their report.
A video describing Bacci’s work follows. Below the video is more information about Bacci, his life, and his work.
Marcello Bacci had an insatiable quest for knowledge, and he remained perpetually dissatisfied with achieved results, always eager to explore fresh perspectives. His fascination with the paranormal traced back to 1949 when he participated in a mediumistic session in London. Since that pivotal moment, his life was profoundly influenced, and even at the age of seventy-nine, he continued to conduct regular experiments, maintaining a monthly schedule.
Bacci possessed a vast and unfettered creative spirit, embodying a personality unburdened by constraints and resistant to the limitations imposed by dogma and cultural norms that attempt to dismiss the possibilities he personally encountered.
Throughout his extensive years of experimental work, Bacci explored a multitude of methods and diverse technical devices. Initially, he began with microphone recordings, following in the footsteps of pioneers like Jürgenson and Raudive. Over time, he embarked on numerous other ventures using newly developed equipment. In the last two decades, he has achieved his transcontacts using an aged Nordmende valve radio.
Bacci conducted his monthly experiments in the presence of a considerable audience, primarily composed of parents yearning to establish connections with their departed children. It’s noteworthy that Bacci, who has devoted himself to ITC for over three and a half decades, never solicited monetary contributions or any form of financial incentive.
During his experiments, Bacci meticulously tuned his radio to the short-wave band, selecting frequencies between 7 and 9 MHz, within an area devoid of conventional radio transmissions. After patiently waiting for ten to twenty minutes, the background noise gradually dissipated, replaced by a distinct acoustic signal reminiscent of an approaching whirlwind, repeated at brief intervals, typically three or four times. Subsequently, silence ensued, followed by the commencement of an interaction with an unseen speaker. This dialogue unfolded with Bacci or the experiment attendees, often notable for addressing Bacci in the third person, and only occasionally adopting the first person perspective.
The paranormal vocal manifestations were not continuous; instead, they were interspersed with pauses of varying durations, ranging from a minimum of roughly ten seconds to a maximum of three to four minutes. At times, the contact culminated with a solemn choral rendition. Upon the conclusion of the contact, the regular ambient background noise resumed. Each experimental session typically spaned from forty to sixty minutes.
Significant peculiarities concerning the role of the radio receiver in these experiments deserve mention. First, there was an uninterrupted flow in the communication, even when the receiving frequency underwent continuous adjustments via the rotation of the tuning control knob during the reception of paranormal voices. Second, a noteworthy incident transpired during the December 5, 2004 experiment in Bacci’s laboratory. Approximately one hour into the manifestation of voices, while they persisted, all five valves of the radio receiver were removed. Strikingly, despite the absence of these valves, the voices persisted with undiminished volume and clarity. Lastly, the phenomena continued intermittently for two minutes and twenty seconds, even after Bacci switched off the radio.
The voices engaged in a wide array of topics, chosen freely by the communicators themselves. Marcello Bacci refrained from interference and only occasionally posed questions. The unseen communicators consistently exhibited profound sensitivity to the anguish experienced by humans due to the loss of a loved one, offering words of immense solace and fortitude.
Special attention was devoted to messages that furnished parents with direct proof of the enduring existence of their departed children beyond the realm of mortality. An entity referred to as “Gregorio” frequently addressed parents with empathetic and comforting words, providing assurance to those who may still harbored doubts. An exemplar of such communication follows:
Dear mothers, we have already told you that your loved ones suffer only if you are suffering. A day will come where the mysteries will be disclosed to you, the haze will be dissipated and all of you will be embraced by a clear light. One day you’ll leave your body where you found it, to reach another order of being.
The culmination of each experiment centered on personal interactions between the deceased children and their parents. These communications serve as a means to reassure parents regarding their children’s continued existence in a different dimension and altered state of being. These contacts, aside from evoking an immediate and profoundly moving emotional impact on recipients, stand as the most compelling evidence attesting to the authenticity of these phenomena.