Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Halloween Ouija Sleepover

Okay, so me and a few people were at our friend's place for a sleepover. We were all talking about ghost stories and horror movies when one of us noticed a Ouija board sitting on the top of a bookshelf. My friend who lived there said she'd never seen it before, so everyone started freaking out. A few of us were very intrigued and wanted to open it and play. Everyone else was completely against it. So we went to sleep.

In the morning, we all decided to try to play it. We got it down off the shelf and opened it up. We read the instructions and began to play. We asked the spirit who it was and it went to random letters that we figured spelt "HOWARD". We found out that he was very nice and funny.

We continued communicating with him for about an hour. We asked him if he was evil and he started towards yes, but then quickly headed back to no. Thankfully. Apparently he knew one of the girls in our circle. He spelled out her name multiple times and said he knew her as a baby. Of course my friend was flipping out because it was her. We said goodbye because we were all so scared.

Later we decided to play again. This time we found a female spirit. She told us her name was "DT". We asked when she passed away how old she was when it happened. She told us she was 59 and died in 2007.

After, she told us she knew two of the girls in the group. It started to spell out "HA", all of us assuming it was gonna spell Hannah.

But it just stopped going to letters. It started to go towards the corner of the board and then stopped. I was the first to realize that it was pointing to our friend Hannah. As soon as I said this out loud, everyone screamed. We continued asking questions and found out that the two girls the spirit knew, had met her. And then it hit them. They remembered the spirit from when they were little. They used to watch football games together. It was the mother to a boy on the football team, who died of cancer. Our friend ran upstairs to talk to her mom about it. Her mother had some recollection of this story.
This, to be honest, was very scary for myself and all of my friends.


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