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In late 1963, Jane Roberts and her husband, Robert Butts, experimented with a Ouija board as part of Roberts' research for a book on ESP. According to Roberts and Butts, on December 2, 1963 they began to receive coherent messages from a personality who eventually identified himself as Seth. Soon after, Roberts reported that she was hearing the messages in her head. She began to dictate the messages instead of utilizing the Ouija board, and the board was eventually abandoned.
Originally posted by Enthralled Fan
reply to post by youknowit
Did he perhaps leave a window open in the room? Could a person or an animal, say a raccoon have crawled in the window to cause the damage?
It just sounds a little to convenient of a story while they were messing about with the ouija board.
Originally posted by LLoyd45
I've been tempted lately to buy one, but have been hesistant. I know logically that they're nothing more than cardboard and paper, but the thought persists in the back of my mind that maybe they somehow act as a focal point for supernatural forces.
I seem to naturally attract things like ghosts, and the few experiences I've had with them scared the crap out of me! But for some insane reason, I'd still would like to know if ouija boards really work..