Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Adult Board Games

This took place in NJ about 1978 or so when I was 8 or 9 years old. I liked doing things I wasn't supposed to do. The "adult" board games were on the top shelf of the wall unit. Monopoly, Passout, and the Parker Bros Ouija.

I had used the Ouija with my Mom a few times before and sometimes I kinda pushed the sliding thing around and I guessed she pushed it also. At that age I still sorta believed in magical shit. Like, my friends had been told me Santa Claus wasnt real and the Easter Bunny also. But still at the same time I vividly remember believing that I would be protected on Christmas Eve or Easter Eve because they would somehow keep me safe even though they weren't real.

But anyway I sorta believed in spiritual stuff and started playing with the ouija by myself. I'm not sure what I asked but I remember being fucking delighted when the sliding Ouija mouse thing pulled to the letters without me guiding it. it answered my questions which were mostly stupid 9 yer old questions I think. But this memory is as clear as yesterday.

I asked the spirit (I always addressed the Ouija board as spirits or ghosts) "how old will I be when I die?" I was doing the circular motion thing with the pointer ad it moved to the number 6, then to 8. Even at that age I knew that was kind of young so I swallowed a very dry throat and said "go on" The pointer moved to Goodbye. this remains the scariest part of a fucked up childhood.


Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Don't Ask When You're Going To Die

This Ouija Board story is about one of my mom's experience.

A long time ago when I was a baby my mother Dawn (Not Real Name) and her best friend at the time name Sarah (Not Real Name) decided to play the Ouija Board one sleep over night at my mom's place. They made the board from scratch after they Finnish making it. They started to ask questions.

At first my mother wanted to talk with her deceased grandma. Which she did. Dawn had her eyes closed asking questions while Sarah read out loud what the board was spelling. All the questions my mother asked the board wrote back truly. There was no way Sarah would of known these questions. After awhile they switch Sarah talked to her grandmother while my mom spoke what the board wrote. Exactly same thing happen to her what happen with my mom. Board answer truthfully. After that the board started going crazy.. after it calmed down they started asking questions again after a few questions Sarah asked when she was going to die and board said that she won't see the age of 18. My mother asked the same thing and the board said 87. They both got spooked out and quit playing.

Around couple weeks later 2 days before Sarah 18 birthday she died in a bad car accident (bless her soul) today I'm good friends with Sarah sister, but she does not know this story and I'm not gonna tell her.) This is one ouija board story from my mother experience and I also have couple experience.