Ouija G Was Actually Zozo
So my friend had been talking to someone on the board called "g". I didn't believe it was real so I tried it on a paper board and it kept spelling "rape you kill you".
We thought it was funny so we continued to do the board and once I was doing it by myself and it spelled "fire" and I went in the kitchen and a pan was on fire.
I stopped talking to it after that but my friend continued to talk to it on her board and it adventually said that "g" was fake and it was zozo.
We now both feel things touch us and the other day my chair moved across the room, and random wet spots keep appearing on both of our beds. This has been going on for about a month and I dont know what to do to get rid of it.
Lying "Good Spirit" or Communicating with a "Bad Spirit"?
We just don't know what to think, to sum it up.
So, this was all the way back in August. Me and my sister invited a friend over to our house, and one day we got overly curious about the paranormal, so overly curious that we went to 2 stores trying to find one, but didn't, which resulted in us actually making our own!
Haha, but anyways. We started playing with the thing, and none of us took it seriously at first. But then, it started getting real, and truly interesting. We were asking it questions about our future, and we were getting answers we liked, along with ones we disliked.
We kept talking to the same spirit, and we always said a good prayer before and after the session. I believe that the spirit is a good one, because it's been months since then and nothing paranormal or harmful has happened to any of us. However, some things it told us have come true, and some things were true, like facts we didn't know.
Now with the stuff we were told, we're all tearing ourselves down about it, like doubting it.
I just wanna know what you think, if a good spirit was lying, or we were actually communicating with a bad spirit, and it got our hopes up.
Thank you so much for all your answers. It'll be really helpful because we all still don't know what to believe, and it'll be nice not to hear "Its not even real!" for once.
Skeptical About Consequences of Ouija Boards but the Temptation is Always There
Hey, so my name's Amy and I'm 16. This year I've been increasing my interest into the paranormal and thus thought about using a Ouija board to contact my Step-Father's spirit that now stalks my hallway (I know something's there, he walks down the hall toward the kitchen and quickly into the dining room...we think it's because we have a house plant in there in one of his old plant pots, and that's the only thing of his we have) his shadows and figure has been seen by everyone living in the house, (me, my mother, my step-father and his son, his son  has had a conversation with the spirit when he was about 8, before he abruptly left, leaving him confused) ANYWAY..
I wanted to see if I could talk to him, apparently he was a very nice guy and had really funny jokes, and seeing as I've heard everything about him when he was alive, I just wanted to know his side of the story; so I started to make a Ouija board.
Once I was done, I went to my mother and step-father to see if they would help me out.. my step-father went pale and then went ahead to take the handmade Ouija board out of my hand and scare me with his story...
When he was younger, (he didn't specify what age) he was with a few members of his friendship group and his sister, they decided to use the Ouija board because they thought it would be just a 'game'... the first spirit they encountered did not answer any of their questions, instead proceeded to spell out the words: 'B-O-I-L W-A-T-E-R' repeatedly until they warmed up a saucepan of water on the hob, they then went back to the board and it said 'P-O-U-R O-N Y-O-U-N-G-E-S-T-S H-E-A-D' repeatedly, even when it was asked questions... obviously they stopped boiling the water, put the board away and then just decided to watch television.
My step-father then said that they heard the tap running in the kitchen at full blast, then the one in each of the bathroom sinks, the bath, the shower, water was everywhere. In the rush to turn everything all off they all left the living room, and when they all returned the curtains and rug had seemed to spontaneously catch fire and proceed to spread around the house.
No one was hurt, everyone got out and despite that happening, his friends didn't move out of the house until last year.
Since I heard this, I've been really skeptical about the consequences of using ouija boards, but the temptation to use one is always there. I know, I know they're not games and I know you can't mess around just in case you disrupt the demons or bad spirits and such...but I'd love to talk to spirits one day.
Anonymous I have always been skeptical of the Ouija board as it just always seems like someone is moving it when I would touch it which I guess is the reason there are so many skeptics. So I decided to make a simple change which would prove to me that its either fake or real as we had many "spirits" come through that night so I had 2 of my friends put on blind folds so they could not see anything that was happening. My thought here was that if suddenly no spirits came through anymore, it was obviously one of my friends. Well that didn't happen.
I put their blind folds on and I assure you neither could see anything through them. I asked the obvious first question "is there a spirit here that wishes to communicate". It sat there for probably a minute with no movement, then it slowly slid to "No". A shiver went up my spine and I got goosebumps even though I still thought maybe they still moved it and got lucky. So I asked "why don't you want to communicate", assuming one of my friends got lucky and was able to hit the word "No" and was pushing them to have to answer something that would make them try and spell something. But then it spelled out "W-A-I-T-I-N-G", hitting almost every letter precisely which told me instantly there was no way they were the ones moving it.