Ever hear anyone exclaim “Let’s whip out the Ouija board and summon some evil spirits?”
These 12 tales may be the reason why.
Justin played with an Ouija board one day with several of his friends.
They asked questions, but instead of the planchette moving to certain letters, it began to move in a strange pattern.
“It went to all four corners of the board and made an X,” he tells Reader’s Digest, “then it just went in circles.”
The next time he used the board, it was with a different friend at his house.
Again, the planchette moved in the same strange pattern. “I felt like it was some kind of hex,” he continues.
Later that night when he was sleeping, he felt a forceful hand grab his arm and wake him up.
Everyone else in the house was sound asleep.
Abby was in her room one night after playing with an Ouija board earlier that day.
As she was getting ready for bed, her computer screen changed from black to blue—it turned on by itself.
She turned the computer off.
Again, the computer clicked itself back to life. Anxious, Abby unplugged the computer completely—and then the unpowered computer started back up again.
She buried the Ouija board in her backyard that same night.
Most people play with an Ouija board in groups, or at least with one other person.
But Ossiana wanted to try to use in on her own.
She put her hands on the pointer and asked questions, but nothing happened.
She took her hands off of the pointer and was about to put the game away when the planchette began to move around on its own.
“I’ll never try that again,” she says.