posted on Jan, 27 2013 @ 01:30 PM
reply to post by Bigfoot12714
I would never use one ever again and warn others not to.
I played the Parker bros game when I was about 10 and nothing happened.
Its when I played one that was homemade that it became a horrible experience. First off it said its name was "foe". It said horrible, truly horrible
evil things, threats against myself. Now granted it could very well be the person I played it with was pushing the planchette around. I only know it
wasn't me trying to. My life hasn't been the same since. Is it to blame? How do I know. It could be. I just wish I didn't get talked into it. I
suppose the attraction is based on curiosity.
Its unfortunately addicting to some people.
I had a friend who kept playing it by herself. She was into fortune telling and it was giving her answers. Wrong answers as it would later be
revealed. She was too addicted to it. She would invite me over to hang out then get the board out. I declined her offer to join in and just observed
her playing it. She kept asking if whoever was going to die, stuff like that. It told her that her father would die soon. She became very distraught,
but only asked for more details. It was consuming her thoughts. Every single day she would say she was so worried her father would die.
Shortly thereafter she began complaining about paranormal hijinx going on in her home. Her daughter & husband said this was true and they were getting
freaked out. They said her daughter had a wreath on the wall above her bed and when her mother and stepfather would go to bed at night, they would
find it laying on their bed, on her stepfather's side. They would put it back, but it would come back to the bed on its own. Kept moving around on
its own. None of us thought about the Ouija board. I only thought about this later myself but never said anything. So a few weeks later, my friend and
her husband were having dinner at a restaurant and he suddenly in the middle of eating, died. A brain anuerism was the cause. We were all shocked of
course. He father did not die, he's still alive. She however died recently of cancer, her father was with her before she passed on. She was supposed
to be going home, somewhat recovering and feeling better, writing messages she couldn't wait to go home.
I would like to mention what fuelled her addiction. As well as enquiring about who would die, she kept asking if she would win the lottery. She did
win a big amount, lucky sevens scratch ticket. She spent all the winnings on more tickets. It was like she thought it brought good luck, not bad luck.
Once her husband died her life went downhill because she was so distraught and completely inconsolable.
There's no way of proving any of this but it was enough to scare me off. I witnessed a beautiful vibrant woman deteriorate into a complete wreck.