More than 20 years ago, back when i was in High School, a friend, I will call Rebecca, and I decided to play with the Ouija Board. At this age you get into the "thrill" of being spooked, and the Ouija board provided such entertainment to a couple of 16 year olds.
We began asking questions like, "what is the name of the boy I am going to marry?" and other teenage "girl" questions. We would receive partial messages back, only spelling the initial of the person and such like that. Then the words S-T-O-P were spelled out.
We asked who was speaking to us and it spelled out, G-R-A-N-D-M-A. It was the deceased grandmother of my friend Rebecca. My friend became so spooked that we ended the session quickly and took the board to the beach and burned it. My friend, who was "sensitive" had a very bad feeling come over her when her grandmother came through the Ouija board, that she knew it was her and that she was giving us a warning. Ouija boards, although portrayed as a game are really NO GAME!
I know there are others out there who haven't had a bad experience, the only thing I can say is that you are lucky. It is, indeed, a portal for dark spirits to pass through from their world into ours. Of course, you will encounter passive and benign spirits as well, but would you want to risk it? There are many other more safe ways to contact a deceased loved one, preferably an experienced Medium, or such as that. Only thing I can say, is that there are many stories on here, with many warning about Ouija boards. BE CAREFUL! Know that you have been warned, and even though your first, second or even third experience may be benign, chances are, the more you play, the greater the risk will be that, at some point, you will encounter a dark entity. Please, think twice, three times, or better yet, DON'T THINK ABOUT PLAYING AT ALL! Just don't say you were not warned.
Sent in by LunaTerra, Copyright 2011