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originally posted by: DeathSlayer
originally posted by: and14263
Interesting topic, it suffers from muddy water syndrome though. IE some accounts which could be real are diluted by being published with accounts which aren't.
"...she didn't want to talk about it. EVER." Lines like this don't seem valid to me. They're from horror books. Anyone who had experienced something so bizarre (almost like a miracle) but doesn't want to discuss it is suspicious in my mind. I think that sort of line is used for effect.
I never used to believe in this stuff because lines like that immediately make me dismiss the topic. However I think I do believe now, just a little.
I'm going to watch the whole video now... I'm interested to see the demographic of the people being interviewed. That's usually a hint towards validity.
Charlatans and cons looking for their 15 minutes of fame are willing to do anything to get free press and I am sure we all have seen this and it is those people who are always brought up by the skeptic saying this is proof that the supernatural does not exist however in my experiences with others who are hesitant to release details concerning their supernatural experience is due to they consider it personal and maybe even embarrassing.
Anyone can do their own investigation into the ouija board and may find similar results BUT be aware that ZOZO (this is the spirit that controls the ouija board) who will tell the truth and also lie in order to keep you deceived until he can gather enough energy to start his attack.
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