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What are Ouija Boards?

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Ouija boards have been around forever. They are used to contact spirits that have passed, or to contact dead family. They aren’t really something to be messed with as they can lead to someone getting possessed or worse. People don’t realize how dangerous it is to play with them, but they do it anyway.                                                                                                                                                                                               Ouija boards are also called spirit boards, or a talking board. On the front of it is the alphabet, along with the words yes and no. On the bottom is the wold goodbye. To end the game, you have to slide the planchette over goodbye, so that no demonic entity can possess or haunt you. The players have to place two hands on the planchette and the spirit or ghost moves it. It may be a simple game, but it is very dangerous and shouldn’t be taken as a joke.

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