It started getting dark outside so we decided to use it in the house without their mom knowing. We went into the little sister’s room and used it. To our astonishment, Elkis could somewhat see into our past, but not our future. Elkis knew my passcode on my phone and other stuff none of the players knew. We then decided to try to bond with Elkis some more, and we suggested that we add emojis onto the board so she can express how she feels. We did, and she immediately started using them! We added a happy emoji, laughing emoji, crying emoji, heart eye emoji, and a poop emoji. Because Elkis did not speak English as her first language, we put a question mark on the board as well so she can go to when whenever she is confused.
We wanted to see what Elkis could really do. We told her to go to her favorite player. She pointed to me and she said because I am the least scared of the board and the most open towards her. We then asked her to show where she was sitting and she just moved the planchette of the board to where she was sitting and moved right back on. We started talking about bad spirits (which I know of) and she moved it to the crying face. We said why, and she told us that she doesn’t like bad spirits. She explained to us that she will protect us, and told us that if we write her name on the board only she can contact us through it. We did it, and she was very happy. Elkis has a good sense of humor, so we decided to show her some more memes and stuff which she liked. We got an insight into her life; she was texting while driving and died in a car wreck in 2008, when she was 19 years old. She was the only casualty, and her birthdate was April 30, 1989. It was nearly midnight, and I had to get back home. She told me that I needed to bring the board to my house, but she was going to stay here with my friend and her sister.
The next day I got up bright and early to use the board again. Right when we asked, she answered. She told us she watched over the sister overnight. We started asking her more questions, and we tried to teach her the usage of “yeet.” We added yeet to the board so when she wants to say it she can just go to it. After talking to Elkis for a while, she proved to be real by explaining stuff we cannot. My Ouija board experience has been all the good, and I think I’ve made a friend for life!