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Looking to creep your friends out or troll your Discord group while you play together? These Phasmophobia noises are scary, subtle, and perfectly clipped to sound like they happened in-game. From the scary ghost noises to creepy ambiance, we’ve got all the effects you need to spice up your friend group’s Phasmophobia night.
10. Radio static.
Perfectly played at the early stages of a ghost hunt, this will make even the hardest of Phasmophobia veterans uneasy.
Play this for someone who thinks they’re alone in the area – the squeaky floorboards and gentle footsteps will freak them out.
8. Spirit Box: DIE.
Only the angriest ghosts save themselves for the Spirit Box, and hearing one say “die!” right next to you yikes-level creepy.
7. Banging noise.
Ghosts in the walls, ghosts in the floors; knock knock, hunters, they aren’t messing around… except when you’re the one messing with the other players.
6. Ghost gasp.
Always accompanied by a ghost sighting or activity, hearing this gasp will make everyone in the group start yelling, “WHERE WAS IT?!”
4. Ghost attack/gasp.
Reserved for when someone in the group is already on the verge of crying, this’ll send them over the edge as they try to run from the phantom sound.
5. Heavy footsteps.
Someone is being chased… but who? This’ll make everyone scream.
3. Dying sound (ghost got an ally).
This one is subtle, so save it for a moment when everyone is very quietly afraid of what’s coming.
2. Heartbeat pumping (ghost chasing you).
Where is it?! Who is it chasing?! Maybe it’s EVERYONE! This is almost the perfect troll sound.
1. AAAAAA (Grudge-type ghost noise).
The loudest, creepiest, and one of the rarest to hear in the wild, this sound is the absolute BEST for jump scares. Use it wisely.
For even more creepy Phasmophobia sound effects, check out the entire game’s sound board here.