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Steve huff claims to have connected to the formerly deceased Robin Williams, uses software he created to sell his ideas

The tagline on the Huff Paranormal website states ‘Pushing The Boundaries Of Spirit Communication’ so that you know from the start that they’re completely biased in their research which mainly involves the use of ghost box and similar pseudo-scientific ghost “communication” devices.

One such claim I saw recently in Google searches, was the claims and unsubstantiated allegations, that Steve Huff claimed to have spoken to Robin Williams the dead actor. Could the allegations to have contacted Williams have been to support his ghost apps and money making businesses?

The following link is a link, that explained the autopsy and death by suicide.The recent passing of the famed celebrity comedian, shall not go on remembered as some guy that died and came back to speak with some not so famed ghost guy. that of course being Steve Huff.


Steve Huff  was alleged to have posted the following statements to his website.

Steve Huff ,huff paranormal; allegedly issues a 25,000 dollar challenge to The Paranormal Herald.

Steve Huff ,huff paranormal; allegedly issues a 25,000 dollar challenge to The Paranormal Herald.

“I was doing a spirit box session and heard his [Robin Williams] voice come through after I asked for him. For the following week I was able to connect with, what I feel, is the spirit of Robin. Of course, it may not be but some of this REALLY sounds like him, and the last message I was able to receive about the light and being with his Dad was very emotional for me when it came in. After that last message nothing else came in. That was it and for me it sounds like he has crossed over, and I feel 100% that he has.

Steve Huff’s you tube video” where he makes assumed allegations, that he spoke with the deceased actor?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7Yejis3INY

The next context, was pulled  from a site and is being shown here, as it makes one hell of a good point.It has to be said that there is something incredibly selfish abut making the tragic death of a well loved public figure into something that is all about you. I am no longer shocked at this sort of behavior from pseudo-scientific ghost hunters but it does pull into question their agenda when in their video they talk of Robin Williams perhaps regretting taking his own life.


There are over 45 comments that speak of the video Steve Huff made and the said unsubstantiated claims he ever spoke to the deceased Robin Williams.

45 Comments on Why Huff Paranormal Didn’t Contact The Ghost Of Robin Williams

  1. Saw this on youtube. I’m not shocked by how low people will go but was suprised by all the comments left by people who didn’t get it was a scam.

  2. “what evidence supports the claim that these devices allow communication with the dead?”

    Intelligent responses. As with typical EVP, there are voices that come through and sometimes those voices answer direct questions. The man that made the video also briefly spoke with his father, as his father’s voice came through. As with this case and many like it, these people know what their friends and families sound like. Where do these voices come from?

    “Why would Robin Williams communicate with this guy in particular? ”

    Many random voices come through, but it seems this man is attracted to them. Perhaps Robin heard him calling?

    The above comment: It’s not a scam. It’s just a voice that came through radio frequency that sounded exactly like Robin Williams. Just because you and the writer of this rant-piece don’t agree with it, doesn’t make it false nor does it make the man behind it false. There is no denying who that sounded like, and you know it, and I think that is what threatens you since it brings you out of your bubble. Try it for yourselves, you may be surprised to hear your grandparents come through.

    • The above comment: It’s not a scam. It’s just a voice that came through radio frequency that sounded exactly like Robin Williams. Just because you and the writer of this rant-piece don’t agree with it, doesn’t make it false nor does it make the man behind it false. There is no denying who that sounded like, and you know it, and I think that is what threatens you since it brings you out of your bubble. Try it for yourselves, you may be surprised to hear your grandparents come through.

      Two of my grandparents are dead, true, but if they came through I’d think “this is unlikely because the ghost box does not communicate with the dead.” I’d also think “It’s okay though, I’ll never resort to using emotional arguments to prove my point by bringing people’s dead relatives into the conversation though”, so there.

  3. I heard Huff Paranormal vid on you tube. It definitely Sounded like Robin Williams–same tonality. There are Waaay too many objections on Your part based on Your bias Against communication with the dead. The world is Not flat Hayley. Wake up and Appreciate these interdimensional forays into communication with the still-sentient, still-thinking people who’ve passed on. Your bias is counter productive.

    • Though you are absolutely correct when you point out that the world is not flat you are incorrect that I need to “wake up and Appreciate” anything. You think it sounds like Robin Williams, I don’t think it sounds like Robin Williams. You think it’s possible to communicate with the deceased, I do not think it is possible to communicate with the deceased.

      I did not think that writing this post would change the minds of anyone who read it, so the question is, did you think that your comment would change my mind?

      It didn’t, by the way. I don’t care if you think my “bias” is counter-productive. I am not going to accept the claim that people can communicate with the dead without substantial evidence… and I would go as far as to say that if you think that these recordings are evidence then you are settling your bar waaaay too low.

    • He did not contact robin williams on some mysterious talk with the dead box.

  4. What I want to know is, how can any spirit sound like its living counterpart when it lacks the physical body that made its voice sound unique? How could Robin Williams sound like Robin Williams without the throat, vocal chords and larynx that made his voice sound like his voice? Spirits don’t have bodies so at best their ‘voices’ should be a featureless monotone.

  5. I disagree with you, Hayley. My brother passed away after a fatal car accident back in 1990. I was 5 years old at the time. I always wanted to talk to him. To be able to hear his voice. I have conducted many evp sessions (not using a ghost box) and have recorded a voice that made my parents break down and cry because they said it was him. Me wanting to be able to contact my brother has gotten me into the paranormal research field. So don’t judge something you apparently do not understand. Of course, it’s typical for a skeptic to deny something that they haven’t experienced themselves. Take a digital recorder and try it. You might be surprised.

    • No, Brian, it is YOU that ‘might be surprised’ to discover I have a ghost box and dictaphones and ten years of experience of conducting Electronic Voice Phenomena and Instrumental Trans-Communication sessions. That’s an aside from the countless seances, glass divination and dowsing sessions I conducted and led, too. Yet I still completely disagree with the claims being made and it is because of my experience with these techniques. Do not presume that I disagree with you simply because I have a lack of experience. That is a very big error on your part.

  6. I agree the voice sounded exactly like Robin Williams’ but I don’t understand the mechanics of how this can happen. I would like to parrot Kay’s question as to how a spirit can sound like themselves without a physical body.

    • Basically, as described in the blog post, the devices scan radio broadcasts really quickly and you hear fast snippets of each radio station. This jumbled up sound can create audio illusions and you will hear random words but you are hearing them out of context as you’re only hearing a 1 second snippet of the broadcast.

      If you think about it, following Robin Williams’ death, he was all over the radio, internet and television. It isn’t at all surprising that his voice would have been picked up by a device scanning through different radio stations. They would have been playing interviews with him from the past, clips from his films etc.

    • Oh yes, I completely agree with you about Robin Williams’ voice recordings. I am asking a more general question about EVPs where voices are heard and folks have said they recognize the voice as a family member. I believe in the paranormal- it’s the voice phenomenon is something I can’t understand.

  7. Great article, Hayley! What I really found telling was the hostility shown by this Huff Paranormal guy towards any commenters who dared to criticize this supposed EVP. Obviously he’s not at all interested in having a rational discussion about it – just “believe me or you’re evil!”

  8. Andrea Davidson // 15 November, 2014 at 5:55 am // Reply

    Nah, I’ve seen/read what he’s says in response to nay sayers and he is never hostile. There’s always going to be people who disagree. To each his own.

  9. Don’t be so sure that this is or is not true either way. No one really knows for sure. It does sound strikingly similar to Robin Williams, but is it just random radio snippets of him in the days following his death or is it him communicating in real time? Radio seems tricky in trying to prove something paranormal, I would however not be so quick to assume that communication with the dead isn’t possible. I know it’s possible. I have experienced it first hand with more than one individual who has passed on, just not in this way (radio/EVP).

    • Don’t be offended if I don’t just take your word for it.

    • I understand @Hayley. I am the same way. I am a die hard skeptic and i don’t simply take anyone’s word for it with stuff like this. With my experiences, they were real and actually shocking and i spent a lot of time questioning every angle myself. Because it is a bit much to explain, i won’t explain it or defend it. I think healthy skepticism is a valid response to anything paranormal. I do know because of my own experiences, that there is a spiritual realm outside of our normal perception. Beyond realizing that, i can’t explain what or “where” it is. All i mean to say is this; anyone speaking in absolutes about knowing exactly what happens after death, i would be questioning to the nth degree, even if their arguments are for life after death or against it. I don’t condemn you for being skeptical Hayley. You should be. For those of you who have experienced individuals that have passed on, you know that there is no “convincing” people of that. Hold on to those experiences and do share them, but also realize there are people out here who will never believe it and that’s okay.

    • I think Steve huff is a great guy..I don’t think he would scam or pretend anything..I have the apps.I talk to my cousin who passed away in September.it is undeniably him.I believe spirits go to ppl they trust and have a positive attitude on love and who have also been doing it for many years.

  10. Thank you so much for posting this. I have personally known this man and not only has he not been investigating the paranormal for the last 4 years, like he claims, but he also has quite a bit of experience in video/sound/photo production. In my opinion, he is quite the charlatan and is proof that some will sadly exploit the tragedy of a family’s death to toot their own horn. My condolences to any family that turns to him in hopes of hearing from a love one who has passed. I have a great deal of respect for legit paranormal investigation. And I believe in communication with the dead. I assure you, Steve Huff of Huffparanormal is NOT communicating with the dead. Thank you for your post.

  11. Mike Tailford. // 26 February, 2015 at 12:01 am // Reply

    Dear Hayley:
    You are currently on the rite track. Most importantly follow your heart, and let the haters hate. They are just narrow minded. Personally over the years I have become very broad minded. This has come from my search and quest. I have had the opportunity if you can call it that to have been clinically dead three times, I have developed an unexplainable sense of awareness. If you wish to know more contact me. It’s really private and I don’t share with everyone.

  12. No one has the right to claim what is disrespectful or not. No one but the people involved. Some spirits have unfinished business. If you were stranded somewhere without any way to communicate and suddenly you can and have an important message to get out wouldn’t you do it? It is not for the living to decide for the dead. Spirits can and will make contact any way possible. To argue over this is pointless.

  13. General trash talk about Steve Huff’s work as a whole that borders on threats is way out of line….there are always ways of constructively criticizing to everyone’s results…let’s not go overboard..

  14. Huff trashed himself He has some mighty big balls that Robin would be like ” Come on huff I’m waiting for you to contact me. I want you to have your 15 minutes before I contact my family or anyone. You are the most important person ever.” Said no recently passed on celebrate soul ever

  15. Keng Murray // 17 March, 2015 at 9:50 pm // Reply

    I appreciate your scepticism. I have the same opinion of Huff. It lead me to buying several ghost boxes. I now disagree and believe we can communicate with something intelligent. Is it dead people? Who knows, but something is saying my name (Keng Murray) not an easy one to hear on the radio……..Answering generic questions as you say could be random radio that I am simply choosing to believe is an answer. May I ask you how long you have been trying to use your ghost box? It took me a while to get some kind of validation. Also I would like to make a point. I DO NOT CONSIDER THIS EVIDENCE. I would only say that what I have experienced has led me to conclude personally that I will continue doing sessions for further validation at this point.

    • What you’re saying makes no sense. You’ve said “I now believe we can communicate with something intelligent” and then “I do no consider this evidence”. Which is it?

      The question about how long I’ve used such devices for has absolutely nothing to do with this discussion. I have been a paranormal investigator for just over a decade. However, these devices are nonsense devices, it’s really that simple.

  16. I understand your hesitation with the Spirit Box and I am apprehensive too BUT when used properly (in a faraday cage/bag) all the radio station frequencies are blocked out. If a voice comes through you can be guaranteed is is not from a station. I love too how people call paranormal investigation “pseudo-science”. Anyone who is familiar with the paranormal can tell you “science” has yet to prove the existence of spirits. EVERYTHING in the paranormal world is based on a theory. From EMF. to Spirit Boxes. From ION changes to EVPs. Unfortunately even if there was undeniable proof of their existence some people would still deny it. Just because science in a lab or “controlled environment” is not used does not mean the means that discovery happens is not valid. Think of it this way, if someone hit the lottery and wins 10 million dollars, that can never be duplicated in a controlled environment or in a lab no matter how hard you try. Yet it did happen right? Just because an occurrence but it cannot be duplicated does not mean it did not happen and it was not real. Come on now, don’t have such a closed mind :)

    • I understand your hesitation with the Spirit Box and I am apprehensive too BUT when used properly (in a faraday cage/bag) all the radio station frequencies are blocked out

      There are other possible reasons that distinctive sounds could be heard on a recording that don’t rely upon external frequencies. What doesn’t make sense here is that the claim is that the ghostbox and similar devices rely upon the frequencies for the “spirit” to be able to communicate, but you’re saying that this isn’t the case?

      Additionally, even if putting the device in a faraday cage still produces so-called “voices” how do you know they’re the voices of dead people? What proof do you have of that? There is none – it’s a leap of logic.

      I love too how people call paranormal investigation “pseudo-science”. Anyone who is familiar with the paranormal can tell you “science” has yet to prove the existence of spirits.

      I don’t think you quite understand how much you’ve just contradicted your own point here. What is being refered to as psuedo-science are the techniques that people use that sound scientific but are not scientific. You are also correct that science has yet to prove the existence of spirits. It’s because there is no proof that spirits exist. People like you keep making out it’s because the scientific method is flawed, but actually it is your reasoning that is flawed. It’s easier to make out that science is the problem though because then you don’t have to deal with the cognitive dissonance that comes with contradicting ideas.

      You also apparently do not know the difference between a hypothesis and a theory. I think you need to go back to school and revisit your science education. Or perhaps you could buy a dictionary because, quite frankly, your comment makes no sense at all.

    • Ghosts lack vocal chords-how do they “talk” without a layrnx and vocal folds? You might pick up residual vibes from a person’s lifetime. I am a speech-language pathologist who has worked with folks who have had vocal fold trauma and paralysis. They can’t talk. How does a ghost make a voice? I’ve heard ghosts speaking (I have a gift of mediumship) and I always wonder how they do this. How did Robin Williams come through for Steve? You say it is all smoke and mirrors but it is unmistakably his voice. Most of his interviews were upbeat so if he was saying the “f” word it must have been from a movie and slowed down to sound like he was agonized. This recording raises more questions than answers and to summarily say it’s bogus seems narrow minded at best, closed at worst.

    • I didn’t say it was “bogus”, I said it was nonsense. You make some interesting claims but where’s the evidence to support them?

    • Hi Hayley, I didn’t quote you as having said the word “bogus” but the sentiment suggests you feel Steve’s recording is. When you say “where’s the evidence?” I have evidence I am a speech-language pathologist and that people without a speech mechanism cannot talk. That’s empirical evidence documented in case studies. That is easy to see and understand but can I prove I’m a medium? No. I can share my experiences but that would be discounted as anecdotal.

      I have heard ghosts talking like a person would talk. I have had other paranormal experiences and I don’t like it. A Priest told me I have “spiritual gifting.” He said not to be afraid of spirits- they can’t hurt me. Is that evidence? I have gotten subliminal messages for the living that made no sense to me but when I tell the person what I “heard” they are astonished.

      As one example I had a message for a best friend from high school. We had been out of touch for years. I called her out of the blue and told her what I heard. It seemed like a silly thing to do but she later told me it saved her pet’s life. I didn’t even know she had a cat. This cat was my friend’s whole life and it was suffering from a rare illness. She had taken it to several vets and no one could diagnose what it was dying from. had. I told her what the cat had and she said I was mistaken. I told her she needed to get another opinion and rule out food allergies. Acting on my “information” she had tests run and found out the cat could not eat anything except lamb. It went from being at death’s door to living another 5 years. She later told me I had such conviction she didn’t even know it was me- even my voice sounded different. Perhaps her mother, whom I knew as a child came through. I didn’t even know she had a cat, much less presume to know how to diagnose an ill one. Is that evidence? No probably not. All I know is she called and thanked me repeatedly for having saved its life. I have also gotten other messages and told friends but they ignored it and later regretted not having acted on it. In another example a good friend had sold her house and I got a message she should see an attorney and separate the sale assets from her husband’s. She wouldn’t hear of it. Later she learned he was having an affair and would sue her for divorce and claim most of the estate. Is this evidence or coincidence? Do spirits reach out to loved ones through “sensitives”? Yes, I believe they do- I do because I am one. I have no evidence- just experiences.

    • I recently wrote a blog post on why interesting anecdotes are not data, but I’m sure you already know that. If you personally count your experiences as evidence then good for you, but they’re not evidence.

      I have not said the recordings are bogus. I have explained in great detail why I do not believe they are paranormal in nature. By claiming that I have said they are bogus you are suggesting I have said he has used deceptive means to make these recordings. I have not said this anywhere and I request that you do not misrepresent what I have said.

      I have evidence I am a speech-language pathologist and that people without a speech mechanism cannot talk. That’s empirical evidence documented in case studies.

      You’re pointing out the obvious here but this actually has no relation to the subject in question. If you claim that because people without a speech mechanism cannot talk as evidence that these voices are somehow paranormal then that’s an astounding leap of logic on your part.

    • Hayley, Apparently you have not heard me or I wasn’t clear. I purposely said anecdotal experiences are not evidence and gave you some examples of what I’ve experienced that I could never claim as “evidence.” I only mentioned the anatomy and lack of voice as an example of what one could call as being evidence. Evidence for the afterlife does not exist unless you know something we don’t and if so, please enlighten your listening audience.

    • I only mentioned the anatomy and lack of voice as an example of what one could call as being evidence.

      What exactly are you on about? This doesn’t make any sense. Evidence of what, and how?

  17. Thanks for a great article Hayley.

    After hearing through the video here. I must say there is nothing which I would claim is the voice of Robin Williams. Also the recordings are so bad that it hurts and the answers he received from Robin Williams give little to no logic, you actually need to make excuses to find something logical in it.

  18. I agree with you Hayley. I have been researching the paranormal since 1978. I have been a paranormal investigator since 2004. I study EVP. My EVP evidence that I have obtained on cases tells me that I might have been lucky enough to capture the paranormal.

    However, the ghost box is a ridiculous tool made for people who just want to believe in ghosts. it’s lazy-man evidence, just like digital orbs are for many so-called paranormal investigators.

    Some EVP captured on recording devices are unexplainable. Scanning radio frequency for evidence of the paranormal says a lot about the people who believe in these devices…

    • Hi James, thanks for visiting my site and I’m glad that you can see where I’m coming from regarding the GhostBox. However, I am finding it really difficult to understand how to can accept the criticism of the ghostbox but not see that the same applies to Electronic Voice Phenomena.

  19. Hi Hayley,

    Simply put, digital and cassette recorders are not built to receive radio transmissions while that is all the ghostbox does. Scan radio waves for voices.

    I do agree that you can pick up a stray radio voice on a recorder from time to time, but it all depends on what type of recording device you use as well. When I investigate a location, I rig at least 2 recording devices per each room. This helps dismiss the natural noises from the unexplainable ones. It is unfortunate that here in the states hardly anyone does this. Loyd Auerbach once told me that if you only use one recorder during EVP sessions, your evidence is useless. I agree.

    I thought the whole EVP theory was impossible until I became a paranormal investigator in 2004. I studied EVP first, went out to actually try and prove that it was all a hoax, then actually realized that there was validity to EVP when using standard recording devices. I used both cassette and digital. I also used an array of different microphone devices as well.

    It was not until 2007 when I investigated the Bird Cage Theatre in Tombstone, AZ, that my opinion about EVP changed. I blanketed the entire building with recorders, Omni directional microphones, one shotgun microphone which I monitored live during all of the EVP sessions. I believe it was 23 recorders plus cameras that night. Since the Birdcage Theatre is very small, we were easily able to do this

    That night I was lucky enough to capture a very clear response to a question I asked:

    James: “How many Soiled Doves live here?”

    EVP: “None! ” In a very loud and clear voice answered my question.

    I was very shocked that one of the recorders in the basement picked up this response. I was even more shocked when the two other recorders in the basement did not pick up this response and they should have. There were only 5 of us upstairs sitting quietly while no one was in the basement below.

    I don’t know if you allow links, but on Youtube.com you can hear this EVP. Jeff Belanger asked my permission to use it in his short documentary called ” Paranormal Journey’s with Jeff Belanger, Tombstone.” Here is the link:


    I also recorded a voice once in a very active private residence that actually repeated a word I said in a voice other than my own. That was a big eye opener for me as well.

    If you are interested in EVP, please check out David Rountree’s book “Paranormal Technology.” He has been investigating EVP for over 30 years and is an audio engineer. He too rejects the ghost box. But not conventional EVP methods. He has some interesting data on it.


  20. Ghost Box is the ‘Guitar Hero’ of EVP, the lazy mans answer to real Paranormal research.

  21. Huff is a cook. Most of his snippets are from commercials or radio shows.

    It’s blatantly obvious the the “god quote was from a religious program. “For the kids” was a commercial.

    Such a joke

  22. What I don’t understand is why anyone would want their dead loved ones confined to some kind of limbo where they are not in heaven but are not alive. Huff keeps saying these spirits want him to help them find the light. What a sad thought that all that’s waiting for you after death is this douchebag who is using tragedy to become famous. He’s as bad as John Edwards. And how selfish of you people to believe him! Let your dead ones be! Trying to stir up ghosts is only to make yourself feel better by convincing yourself that you’re bond with them was special enough that it transcends death. Either that or want the world to see you as someone who has a special gift. Get over yourself, live your life while you have it, and let the dead rest is peace.

All in all I would like to see the deceased rest in peace, and that folks could quit making  so much money off the dead.

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4 thoughts on “Steve huff claims to have connected to the formerly deceased Robin Williams, uses software he created to sell his ideas

  1. Only can happen on the Echo Vox . Steve is a fraud and a wannabe . Bugbeard Studios for life bitches.


    Posted by Danny Roberge | August 6, 2015, 1:29 am
  2. Steve Huff is full of shit. Wants attention he never got as a child. Has critical thinking skills of a child who uses and eats thick crayons. If you believe his shit your IQ is definitely under 85!!!!


    Posted by Huffs a fag | August 6, 2015, 1:33 am
  3. I’ve heard evp’s come through on a device last summer but I have a issue with this thing scanning FM radio stations and the sounds that can come through them. I had to laugh at the one comment someone made about why would Robin Williams contact this guy?


    Posted by spiritualwalks | August 6, 2015, 6:42 am
  4. it was funny would’nt the poor deceased guy rather speak to g
    his family and friends?


    Posted by BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY | August 6, 2015, 8:20 am
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