I occasionally go back to my home country for visits. During one of the visits, my family and I traveled from central Vietnam to North. There are these wooden tables that are all over Vietnam, I saw 3 of them during this trip. These tables all look the same. I saw one in a temple, one at the bottom of the same temple but in a home-based coffee shop, and another one in a government park. All of them were in the city of Dalat. (People claim Dalat is super haunted.)
The tables look very simple. It is round and can turn. You can take the top off and place it on the ground if you wish, leaving just the stand. These tables will turn left or right, depending on your command. I was about 18 years old and not that spiritual yet. So I was very skeptical with this. So how it works is a few people would place one hand on the table and would ask it to go left or right, even faster or slower, and it would go on its own. Of course, right of the bat I'm thinking "Ouija table, but without words, only turning".
The first one I encountered was the one at the coffee shop at the bottom of the temple we were heading to next. Four of us placed our hand and told it to go left and it did. One of us said "faster", and it sped up. So, like anyone reading this story right now, I was thinking the same thing, "Let me try this myself". Everybody got off and I had one hand on it. The owner of the table told us we can command it in any language and in our heads too. So, in my head I told it to right in English, then left then faster or slower, and it did! I was amazed and wanted to know what the story was behind this. The owners informed us that it is not bad entities but more of ancestors. Actually we asked him to take the table off the stand and put it on the ground. And it still worked!
We also saw a little 4 year old German boy, and he was sitting in the middle of the table turning! He was controlling it with German =D
Next we went up the hill to the temple where another table sat. This one was crowded. There was about 8 people trying to make it move and it wasn't going. Curious, I placed my hand on it and it began to go. People got weirded out and took their hands off, and I continued to "play" on it for a few minutes.
At last, we went to the the 3rd table located at some tourist park. This one didn't work for me, as I tried for 10 minutes.
This is very interesting to me. Next time I go back I will definitely take a picture of it... But here's a link I found about it!