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    I haven't but I want to try it with some really superstitious people while I mock the spirits.

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    Okay, okay... I'll admit it was unfair. Hubby is almost home so I'll be back to give the gory details.

    Edit: Okay, he's delayed:

    I was just in the room.. not even touching the blankety, blank. We were all skeptics and, basically, experimenting with the neighbor's board. I was the one assigned to write down everything pointed to and was doing so. At one point, I looked down to write and every letter on the page began to turn colors until it, eventually, looked like it was written in and dripping blood. I freaked and we quit... left in fact. None of us were "sensitives" and possibly why we couldn't feel anything residual. But someone I respected and professed to be later visited and, not knowing about the incident, said he could feel really bad "vibes" walking into the room we had used it in ... I'm thinking that was a couple of days later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanan View Post
    ... None of us were "sensitives" and possibly why we couldn't feel anything residual. But someone I respected and professed to be later visited and, not knowing about the incident, said he could feel really bad "vibes" walking into the room we had used it in ... I'm thinking that was a couple of days later.
    And that dead door-to-door salesman swinging from a tree in the backyard sort of a few days later dispelled any further doubt.







    I love creepy stories. Unfortunately, like Edahn says, it's usually "always a bridesmaid, never a bride."
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    I've never done it nor would I-

    I've known a few people who've used it and had disastrous effects.

    One girl and her friends used it in her basement. The jack-o-box popped up, the light flickered a while. They ran upstairs to her room. The light busted. Noises, if I recall correctly, but no clear 'voices'. And there was some freakiness or "bad vibes" for a while, especially in the basement-

    Another girl told me that she'd had some freaky experiences but I can't recall much because she'd said it quickly, in passing. But she seemed more excited than terrified. Eh.

    My best friend's little brother did it. He became haunted, he claimed. While he's always been a joker, and I figured him playing around with his latest jest, it lasted a few months while he was 16 or so. He explained that he'd hear voices and that one would tell him some heinious stuff. Still skeptical but he pretty much only told me only (or at least not his fams) as he knew I had some insight into such things and I'm very open-minded. He pretty much asked for advice... Plus I was trustworthy enough not to tell his folks or siblings, even his sis, unless he gave me permission-- Haaa. He did try telling them though, but stopped after the "looks" and discounting of what he'd said because they felt he was crying Wolf. That's somewhat the only reason I somewhat believed him later on after the 2nd month. He's not a kid who freaks out easily, anyway. He likes freaking out OTHERS. Ha. But it stopped eventually and then returned but has stopped since, so Eh.

    I've had freaky experiences w/o Ouija boards. No thank you for more. At least, not of that kind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I love creepy stories. Unfortunately, like Edahn says, it's usually "always a bridesmaid, never a bride."
    In that case, I've been married more times than I can count, I'm afraid. Very afraid, but I'm very sure and afraid that I've made the groom/s happier than they've unmade me...

    I've never even been divorced either! :rolli: Hmph!

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    Facts-
    Ouija Boards are known to teenagers across the world as the easiest way to create spooky, hair-raising experiences. Most people see them as a toy, something to play with. The fact that they were even mass-produced by games companies only adds to the 'harmless fun' factor. However, many expert mediums believe they should not be approached with such a nonchalant attitude. They say that countless people end up in dire straits simply from fooling around with Ouija boards; some experience mental breakdowns or relationships disintegrating, some end up possessed by spirits and some are even driven to suicide.
    Nobody is precisely sure when the first Ouija board was made, but it seems that similar types of apparatus have been around.........Ehhh fuck this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zorpheus View Post
    100 Strangest Mysteries
    Matt Lamy.

    Facts-
    Ouija Boards are known to teenagers across the world as the easiest way to create spooky, hair-raising experiences. Most people see them as a toy, something to play with. The fact that they were even mass-produced by games companies only adds to the 'harmless fun' factor. However, many expert mediums believe they should not be approached with such a nonchalant attitude. They say that countless people end up in dire straits simply from fooling around with Ouija boards; some experience mental breakdowns or relationships disintegrating, some end up possessed by spirits and some are even driven to suicide.
    Hear ye, fear meeeeeee!

    Nobody is precisely sure when the first Ouija board was made, but it seems that similar types of apparatus have been around.........Ehhh fuck this!
    One similar apparatus is called the brain which traps the ever expanding spirit of the mind....when the mind goes "Aha" that's when it's poltergeist-ing the most! When it hiccups, it's usually that I'm telepathically saying Yello! and then your mind might just shut down....sorry, I only tried brightening you with a mindful moment!

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    I want to witness paranormal stuff (but not by myself). I'd like to attend an exorcism. Wish I could.

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    I want to witness paranormal stuff (but not by myself).
    I have. I prefer to watch "The X-Files," not feel like I'm living in an episode. It's not that fun, trust me.

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    I'm fascinated by stories like these, but I'm not sure I'd ever want anything like it to happen to me.
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