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snowhite (203 posts)
11 years ago (2012-02-07)
Burning the board can only cause more problem. Do not do it and do not play with it period.
BlueBakemono (23 posts)
11 years ago (2012-02-07)
If this is true, you need to BURN that ouija board. As you know, Zozo isn't exactly Jesus (XD), you don't want to be involved with him.
P4r4n0rm4l (3 posts)
11 years ago (2012-02-07)
For some reason I just feel like you watched this vid: and called it your story. Or if that's not the case then could it be the same Zozo then the one in the video? Similar for sure
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
11 years ago (2012-02-06)
Maybe it was dyslexic and was trying to spell out Oz?
Look, here's what bothers me about this clown you all call Zozo. That dude wasn't around when I was a kid. If he was, I never heard of him. And I'm from a small town. You can't keep secrets in a small town, you know everybody's name.
Of course, I never did play the Quija board game. I watched some girls try to play it at a slumber party though. I watched those same girls put someones hand in arm water while she slept. The warm water got much better results. Bigger laughs too.

Way heavy on the drama. I have a problem with anyone claiming to have been possessed by a demon or anything else. Too bragadocious for it to be real. Victims are just not portayed as victims anymore. It's a dying art is what it is. So sad too. The opportunity to play a Meryl Streep role, and it comes off more like Gilbert Godfrey.
Such a shame...

Jav 🤔
SnoWQueeN (5 stories) (100 posts)
11 years ago (2012-02-06)
Hmmm pretty scary!
Do people really have concious at thf perticular time that they feel the demon is inside them and whatever the person does he/she knows its not he/she laughing, smiling etc? Just wanted to know:)
Nysa (4 stories) (685 posts)
11 years ago (2012-02-06)
Wow you would think when people submit these cautionary tales to scare others away from these "dangerous" practices they would at least try to be a little bit creative with the details. I mean this could not be any more formulaic. I am a little insulted.

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