Monday, March 7, 2011

My Brother's Spirit

Well when I was 13 me my childhood friend jenny, her sister Carrie, and a friend of there's wanted to see what could happen if we played the Ouija board game, So one day we went to visit her stepdad and family, after we got done eating me, Jenny, Carrie and her friend not sure what her name was, because it was so long ago, went into the guess room where the Ouija board was at, We never played it before because we heard really scary stories about it, But being kid's we were curious to find out.

We turned off the light, lit 5 candles, and made a circle around the Ouija board, holding hands, until we were ready to start. All of us placed our fingertip's on the plate, Then jenny asked "is there someone here", All of a sudden the plate stared moving to the YES sign, We all looked at each other laughing at first because we thought one of each other was moving the plate, Then jenny asked another question, "Do you know the nickname of jenny's brother Tracy"? Again the plate went to YES, Then jenny asked "What is his nickname can you tell us"? Spelling out POOKIE", I never told my friends what my brother's nickname was so I was kinda scared but not as much.

Then we continued asking another question, Jenny asked, "Is Tracy in this room"? All of a sudden the plate moved to "YES" fast, and one by one the candles blew out, How? there was no wind, no window's, and we were all looking at each other the whole time, We all started screaming, I was the first one to run from the room, and ran up to jenny's stepdad and asked him to take me home, He said why? what's wrong? what happened?

We could never tell any parent's because they told us not to play with the Ouija board. I'll never know till this day, Was it my brother?, Was he trying to tell me something when the candles blew out? Maybe to stop playing the Ouija board? I don't know, But that was the most scariest experience in my life... Maybe be hard to believe but I know it was True I was there and my friends were to.... After that happened jenny's mother made her throw it away, we were bummed, but I guess you never know what spirit you will get from the Ouija board.

Sent in by jenny, Copyright 2011

17 comments:

  1. at least she did not burn it i always here people say they burned there ouija board just stay away from ouija boards you end up with some evil stuff that you cant deal with if the board comes back go to a priest and ask for help

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  2. A smart 11 year oldJune 17, 2011 at 10:00 PM

    I don't know how old you are now, but seriously, this is a piece of crap. I'm 11, and I can type better than this. TONS of run-on sentences, capitalization errors, and quotation marks are misplaced. I can't even read the story. Thanks for nothing.

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    1. The story matters then the errors she is not writting an English test

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    2. A smart 12 year oldJune 8, 2012 at 4:40 PM

      It shows her intellectual level. I judge based on grammar and punctuation. If she cannot write a proper story, she is in no condition to "play" with an Ouija board. I'm sorry, that is just how I see things.

      I turned 12 in August, but I was the "A smart 11 year old."

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    4. Anonymous whomever you may be i agree with you

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    5. NO IT IS SHOWING YOUR own intellectual level! You think a writer has to be perfect before they can tell a true story? That shows me that your intellectual level is very low as is your level of maturity.

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  3. A smart 11 year oldJune 18, 2011 at 5:45 PM

    I mean, look:
    "Well when I was 13 me my childhood friend jenny, her sister Carrie, and a friend of there's wanted to see what could happen if we played the Ouija board game, So one day we went to visit her stepdad and family, after we got done eating me, Jenny, Carrie and her friend not sure what her name was, because it was so long ago, went into the guess room where the Ouija board was at, We never played it before because we heard really scary stories about it, But being kid's we were curious to find out."
    That is not one sentence. It is a paragraph. Please go back to school, ok?? I mean, who could read that? Please stop being a dipstick.

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    1. Grammer, punctuation and vocabulary have nothing to do with being in any condition to use a ouija board or write about it.
      You show your immaturity by trying to make yourself sound 'Oh, so adult!' Fool!

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  4. a smart 13 year oldJune 19, 2011 at 8:13 PM

    looks like that 11 year old is not as smart as he thinks, becase he put (...eating me,jenny,carrie,and her friend...)when you should have said (...carrie,her friend,jenny,and I...)So end of story, hop of your high horse and stop being a shitstick.


    you have been pwned by BeN WiLlIaMs


    california bitches

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  5. @ "a smart 13 year old"

    What do you mean? He didn't say anything like that.. I agree with him.

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  6. Delia (a smart 11 year old)July 6, 2011 at 12:20 PM

    Oh, and those little marks (") are called, "quotes." I (I am the 11 year old) was quoting the story. Amature.

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  7. ( A smarter 11 year old that yu ) Didn't yu mean "Amateur" ? Learn how to spell dipwad .

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  8. A smart 11 year oldJuly 28, 2011 at 7:27 PM

    MY BAD on the : "Amature" thing. I was laughing so hard I spelled it wrong. I'm sorry, but this whole website makes me laugh haha. OUIJA FTW!

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  9. i would never light a candle in the pitch black dark with a spirit

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  10. Oh my goodness, I love how everyone is fighting over gramar and punctuation:D Definitely the internet. I don't know if anyone would take the time to pick apart someone's every sentence if they were talking face to face.

    "Oh, sir, I believe you meant to pause for a moment just then; implying that there would be a comma were you to be writing your response." XD

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    1. Oh yes, gotta love it haha

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