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Even though the Ouija board has been used throughout history, back in the late 70’s we really didn’t know too much about it. We thought well, if it is advertised as a game living under a toy stores roof, what could go wrong, right?! Well…


So, we got the Ouija board and loved to play with it, but at this point we were kids, so I have no idea if one of my friends was moving the amulet on purpose. That I will never know. What I do know is my friend came over and we decided to break out the game (we thought it was a game). We sat down across from each other, lightly put a finger on the amulet as the directions said, started asking questions and it began to move. I don’t remember what we were asking, or what the answers were but it wasn’t the actual using of the board where something out of the ordinary occurred, it was after. I put the board away in the bedroom next to mine which wasn’t being used at the time.

A few days later the same friend came over and brought her aunts dog with her because she was taking care of the dog while her aunt was on vacation. Myself, my friend, and the dog were just sitting at the top of the stairs talking about everyday things, and then there was silence for a moment; like a break in conversation. From the back room a deep voice belted out my name clear as day, and it shook all of us to the core. The dog took off running down the stairs and we followed, running out of the house and not coming back until my father came home.
After this small but strange things would occur, the most notable was me always feeling like someone was standing behind me or following me. You know that feeling you get when someone is behind you starring at you? It was the same feeling, but a whole lot heavier. I put away the Ouija board for many, many years until high school. I had three friends over and we decided to break out the board one more time. Now I don’t remember who said what, or who turned into the devil, but the events of that night scared me and once again, the board did not disappoint. We all placed our fingers very carefully on the amulet and asked some random questions, and this went on for about an hour. All the sudden one of my friends jumped up and screamed, he swore that the person sitting across from him turned into the devil; red eyes and all. I am not sure if I believe this story because I wasn’t the one seeing it, but the expression and fear on this guy’s face said a lot. After this I felt I had tortured myself enough, I gave the board to a friend and he put it in the trunk of his car and disposed of it. In my life, I have never, and I will never touch another Ouija board again. Never.

Even though the board was gone, I would still feel things all around me and see things from time to time. I distinctly remember seeing what looked like an energy outline in the shape of a human by my bedroom door, it looked like it was bending over and picking stuff up and putting it in a small garbage can. Strange, I know. I did tell my mom this, so she can verify the story, I was on the phone with her while it was happening. I eventually got to the point where I didn’t want to see things anymore and hung a rosary on by bedpost, and a cross over head. I had enough, and this is where I believe I began to push things out of my head and ignore my ability and the fact that I knew things when I shouldn’t. See, they say that you begin to develop your psychic abilities when you are very young and most first notable experiences are seeing spirits. Was White Man before or after the Ouija board? I don’t know. Was White Man the beginning of my journey as a psychic? I don’t know. What I do know is that spirits are real, psychics are real, and the Ouija board is real.
posted by SonicE.X.E 03-06-19
"I was at a sleepover with my friend, Anne."
I was at a sleepover with my friend, Anne. We were doing normal sleepover stuff, like playing video games and watching Netflix. We soon got bored, and Anne remembered about something she found in her basement just recently. It was an Ouija Board, old and wooden like in the movies.

She decided to play with it, but I hesitated. I had a feeling this would not turn out well. But we started playing anyway. I convinced myself that it would be fun. We started out asking basic questions like, "Who would I marry?" and "How many countries would I visit?" Soon things got worse.

I went to the kitchen to grab some soda and pretzels to eat. When I came back, Anne's face looked terrified. While I was gone, she asked the Ouija Board when she would die. It said, "Tomorrow, 3:45 pm".

I was absolutely scared out of my mind. 3:45 was when school ended, when she was normally picked up by her parents. I prayed that night for her to be okay, but my prayers weren't enough. 

I got a call from my mom later the next day saying that Anne was in a car accident with a semi-truck and her parents were okay, but she didn't survive. 

I will never forget that experience and I warn you to never play with an Ouija Board, or you will lose your best friend like I did.

This is a true story.
posted by Charlotte 01-08-19
"This is a true story, but I want to warn everyone not to use Ouija boards so you don't lose your best friend like I lost mine."
I'm warning you and I want you to know, if you have ever used an Ouija board or if you ever want to use one, don't do it! My best friend Jake died using one. He downloaded a stupid app on his phone and then he asked it when he going to die. The Ouija board told him he would die that night, but we all laughed it off, thinking it was just a game. That evening, he rode his bike home and in the morning the police found his body. He took the short cut home, so he had traveled alone in the dark by himself through the woods where the police said the brakes on his bike must have failed, and he had drowned in a creek. The evidence points out he was flung over his handlebars. This is a true story, but I want to warn everyone not to use Ouija boards so you don't lose your best friend like I lost mine.
posted by Jolleen 12-28-18
"When I was about eleven, me and my friends were playing the Ouija board at school"
When I was about eleven, me and my friends were playing the Ouija board at school because it was a rainy day schedule and we weren't allowed to go outside. We started asking it questions about our future like who will we marry, how many kids will we have, things like that. But for some reason the board only wanted to answer questions about me. So I asked the usual, like who will I marry. It said no I won't marry. I asked, will l have any children? It said yes 4. And that struck me as very odd because I always pictured myself as being married before I had children. And why so many? 4 is a lot. 

Then I asked, will who I have children with? It said two different people, which also struck me is very odd because I could never pictured myself having two babies daddies. I asked what were their names, Josh and Dustin it replied. But these names weren't quite relevant to me in my life yet. I then asked it, what will I do for a living? And it said I would be a maid, and I thought it was definitely a joke. Then I asked, at what age will I die? And I can't remember for the life of me what age it gave me but it was in my forties or fifties and I was devastated that I'd only be living basically like half a life. And I asked, how would I die? I thought it said in a car wreck. And I asked, where would I die? It said in Kansas City, Kansas. I was under the impression that Kansas was a state I never knew, it was a city here.

Now I am 40 years old, and I moved to Kansas City and I actually work at Maid-Pro. I also have four kids with Josh and Dustin. But my brain cannot for the life of me remember what age he died.
What should I do?
posted by Guest 12-10-18
"Ouija boards are the subject of much controversy. "
Having grown up with a psychic mother, I am pretty comfortable using them, although I know that it is wise to take some precautions, such as lighting a white candle and placing a chalice or bowl of water nearby to help attract positive spirits.  I had some spectacular experiences with ghosts during my years at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, especially at Marillac Hall.

I lived in Marillac Hall in my Junior year.  I’m glad that I had a roommate because I don’t think that I would have been brave enough to live there on my own.  The oldest building on campus, Marillac was built in the late 1800s.  My college always had a lot of fun hosting haunted houses and ghost tours for Halloween.  After getting permission from the Residence Director, I invited my mother and a friend up to do a Ouija board séance at Marillac Hall.        

I was standing downstairs in the lounge, waiting for my mother to arrive.  Suddenly, I heard a tapping sound.  Looking up, I saw a face grinning back at me through the porch door’s window.  I must have jumped ten feet high.  The woman on the other side of the doorway laughed hysterically.

“Very funny, Mom,” I chided her.  “You have to come in the front door.  The porch is always kept locked.”  She nodded and I went around to get her and our family friend, Artie, signed in under me.  Artie, also known as Lord Tammuz, is another elder of the Craft in New York City.  He and my mom have been friends for many years and they are used to doing the Ouija board together.  Mom, Artie, and I spent some time catching up while we waited for people to arrive for the event.

Once everyone was there, I introduced Mom and Artie to the group.  Mom explained how we were going to respectfully ask any spirits who were around if they wished to communicate.  This was not going to be an aggressive event where we tried to coerce spirits into making contact.  While there were never any guarantees that spirits would decide to come through the board, Mom was hopeful that there would be a high level of activity that night because it was Halloween.  The veil between the Spirit World and the living is thinnest on Halloween night, which is also known as Samhain in Wiccan traditions.

Due to fire safety precautions, we could not light any candles, but Mom said that was okay.  She didn’t think we would run into any negative spirits.  The Mount is a peaceful, holy place.  CMSV was founded by the Sisters of Charity and Marillac Hall has a tiny chapel located on the first floor where the Sisters sometimes hold special, private prayer sessions.

We turned down the lights, keeping only the low lamps on so that we could see the board clearly.  Mom and Artie did the board while I recorded the words that the spirits spelled out.  The first spirit that came through was a gentleman from the 1940s.  His wife had attended the College of Mount Saint Vincent back when it was still a women’s college.  He had fond memories of visiting her here while they were courting.  They had gotten married after she graduated. 

The room that we were doing the Ouija board reading in is known as the “Engagement Room.”  Mom and Artie didn’t know this, but my classmates and I did because we knew the history of the building.  When the school was still exclusively for women, male visitors weren’t allowed to go upstairs to visit their girlfriends.  The nuns would lead the gentleman caller into the Engagement Room to wait.  Then they would let the young lady know that she had a visitor.

The second spirit that came through was a priest with a heavy Irish brogue named Father William.  During his life, he had resided on campus and taught mathematics.  This was reflected in the friendly, but professorial manner in which he addressed us.  He told us that many spirits chose to “haunt” CMSV, but not in the negative sense.  Very few, if any were stuck there.  Rather, the positive experiences that they had at the Mount forged a bond with the place that kept them coming back to visit long after they had gone to the light.

Father William went on to explain that sometimes spirits returning for a visit would be surprised by the changes that the Mount had undergone in their absence.  His former abode was now a large broom closet.  One of my classmates gasped, “Are you the ghost that haunts the storage closet on the third floor whose door always opens up on its own?”

“Aye,” Father William spelled out.

“Why do you stay there?” we asked.

“The landlord hates me,” he responded.  Then Father William told us all to study hard and said that he had to be going because there were other spirits who wanted to come through the board.

A couple of other spirits came through.  One commented on a student’s velvet curtains and said that she could leave them open if she ever wanted to see the ghosts that congre...
posted by Countess 07-08-18
"Although he sustained a fractured femur and a broken wrist you’ll be pleased to know Kevin made a full recovery. The rest of us vowed never to use a Ouija board again "
“What we should do, is go to my house,” suggested Debbie thoughtfully.
The rest of us took little convincing to take that fateful Friday afternoon off from school. We were all sixteen years old that summer and were ready for an adventure, so when the bell rang signalling the end of lunch break we headed out of the gate to freedom.
As is usually the case in these sorts of situations we quickly became bored, we could watch the television anytime, no one fancied a snack and we’d decided against raiding the drinks cabinet as that wasn’t the kind of fun we were after, but we dared not venture outside for fear of being spotted during what should have been a school day.
Somebody, I don’t recall who, suggested playing ‘Ouija’ most of the group were unfamiliar with the practice so after giving a brief explanation I took it upon myself to gather the necessary apparatus. I repositioned the coffee table whilst Debbie searched for pen and paper and found us a glass tumbler to use.
With varying degrees of anticipation, we each placed a finger on the glass, furtively glancing around the circle. As no one seemed keen on taking the lead I myself asked the infamous question . . . ‘is there anybody there?’
The room erupted into stifled giggles, some girls were hiding behind cushions or had covered their faces with their palms, others looked ready to cry - although the two boys present put on a good show of false bravado.
Undeterred, I continued my questioning of the spirits and those who wanted to re joined the circle. After a short while the glass began to slowly orbit the letters, you could have cut the tension with a knife as we watched it travel past the alphabet, searching for the characters it required to convey its unearthly message.
A lot of the communication was such utter gibberish the lads in our midst began to act the fool . . .asking ridiculous questions; which girls might grant them sexual favours?  Who in the room was still a virgin? Displaying the kind of rashness adolescent boys so often do.  
But some one, or something was in the room with us that day, the beaker picked up speed and quickly spelled out SILLY – BOY – ACCIDENT and although the boys brushed off the comment it was evident their courage was waning.
Subsequently, we received further garbled messages, but the only other which had any significance was the final communication of the day, for just as we were thinking of packing up and returning to our own homes the glass was off again. We all stared in trepidation as the phrase NANNA BURN PAN was revealed!
Not unduly upset by this latest proclamation we all parted the ways, leaving Debbie to tidy up before her parents returned from work, but not before arranging to meet up at the local recreation ground later that evening.
Once safely back at home all thoughts of the Ouija session were gone from my mind, I ate with my family before changing out of my school uniform and heading to the park. Upon arrival I noticed Susan, one of the girls who’d been present that afternoon, appeared to be genuinely distressed. It transpired that earlier in the day her grandma (nanna] had scalded (burn) her arm quite badly on the kettle (pan?) and was currently in the local accident and emergency department awaiting treatment.
Understandably we all became a little hysterical upon hearing such news, we were terrified to think one of the Ouija predictions had come to fruition.
By eight o’clock almost all of the kids who had been at Debbie’s that day had regrouped, we were just awaiting the arrival of Kevin and Jason. Just when we thought they weren’t coming a figure on a bicycle became apparent in the distance, pedalling so fast it seemed the devil was chasing him. As he skidded to a halt we realised it was Jason, he was as white as a sheet and his face appeared snot streaked and tearstained.  As we had all secretly feared further misfortune had transpired, Kevin had also become a casualty of our ill-considered dalliance with spirit.
His words punctuated by gasps and sobs Jason explained what had happened; as they travelled to the park together, Kevin who was on his skateboard, began riding recklessly, there were some girls on the opposite side of the street and he was showing off trying to impress them, suddenly he lost his footing and his board slipped from beneath him, then as though propelled by unseen hands Kevin was thrown into the path of an oncoming car!

Although he sustained a fractured femur and a broken wrist you’ll be pleased to know Kevin made a full recovery. The rest of us vowed never to use a Ouija board again . . . but some of us didn’t keep that promise!!
"More than two decades have passed since the night I played with the infamous Ouija Board."
Thinking back, not really sure what was going through my head and what prompted me to attempt such nefarious communication. Perhaps the notion could have been given credit due to the thought of innocent play, but after witnessing a few things, there was nothing innocent proven about it.

It was at night and I was with two others. We were just three teenagers looking for something to do and there were no adults around. So, we lit some candles in the room we were in and also in the room next to us. The atmosphere was all aglow with amber lighting as we readied the spirit board. Once the planchette was placed, we silenced our speech and cleared our minds. With our fingers on the communicative tool, we asked our first question, “is there anyone here?”. Moments passed and nothing happened. We were patient and asked again. That’s when the planchette moved. Even though the movement was slight, it was still quite detected. Of course, we asked each other who was causing the action, but we all vowed that we weren’t responsible.

The room was beginning to feel a bit tense, but we decided to continue. We asked a few more questions like, “who are you?” and “when did you die?”…. the typical questions of curiosity. What we got in response seemed innocent enough. We were told that the spirit was a female who had died many years prior in a train wreck. That’s when I started to feel uneasy because we were at home, way out in the country and there weren’t any train tracks around for many miles.

Then, we asked if the spirit was there to cause us any harm and we were told “no”. After that, we proceeded to ask if the spirit ever thought about coming back as a living person in the form of reincarnation. It replied that it already had done that, meaning that it had already been reborn.

Our hearts raced and the looks on our faces were of shock and confusion, but we continued by asking “who have you been reincarnated into?” It answered with the name of an individual with whom I hold very, very dear…. someone that I knew in fact had not been inhabited by the spirit. We questioned the spirit on how it could have been reincarnated as someone we knew among the living, if they were communicating with us by use of the Ouija Board. A long, awkward pause lingered. There was no response through the planchette, but a candle that was sitting very securely in the center of a table in the next room, all of a sudden fell over, making a loud noise. There was no explanation to how the candle could have fallen because we were all three hovering over the spirit board and there was no one else in the house.

As frightened as we were, we asked the spirit one last question, “did you cause the candle to fall over?” It’s reply was, “yes”.

Immediately, we stopped playing with the Ouija Board and quickly put it away. The remainder of the night we stayed wide awake, too scared to sleep. To this day I don’t know what ever happened to that Ouija Board and I don’t really care, but I do know one thing for certain and that is…… I will never mess with a spirit board ever again.




                                                                                                ~ Sheila Renee Parker

Introduction

What is an Ouija board? An Ouija board is a board that contains letters and numbers, the second component to an Ouija board is a pointer, also called a planchette. It is said that a spirit will communicate with the user of the board by guiding the planchette to certain letters to spell out important words. Our online Ouija board is mysterious, authentic and designed to be used just like a real Ouija board.
1. First, turn off any lights in the room, make the room as quiet as possible, this will help create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the spirit.
2. Relax, take a deep breath and exhale slowly, clear your thoughts, just let everything around you fade away. Now is the time to let your eyes focus on the Ouija board.
3. For touch-screen devices, place your right or left hand index finger on the planchette, near the bottom right or left corner. (For desktop, place your mouse cursor over the planchette, press and hold the left click button to move the planchette.) Take a moment to move the pointer around, it should roll freely across the board.
4. To begin, ask a simple question. The planchette will gently guide your fingers toward specific numbers and letters. The spirit will communicate with you by spelling out words that will relate to your question. Don't confuse the spirit with long or complicated questions.
5. To end a session, bring the pointer the "goodbye" reference. The spirit may also choose to end the session by resting the pointer upon the word "goodbye."
Our featured online ouija board, 'The Enfield' was created by the talented artist Dan Lake.
"I was inspired after watching The Conjuring 2 (The Enfield Haunting) to design the board. The Hodgson Sisters home-made a similar Ouija from cereal boxes and cutting out magazine letters which led to them contacting the Evil spirit of Bill Wilkins. Growing up in the UK during the late 1970’s the case was familiar to me and also had odd experiences with Ouija and the occult during my childhood and beyond which continues to inspire my art and life."
...Dan Lake
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