Following the rules of the Ouija board will help keep you safe from the trickster spirits and demonic entities that may come through the board.
Explore the paranormal through some of the most haunted places in the world and the bizarre stories behind objects seemingly possessed by demonic entities. From the spiritualists of the 18th and 19th centuries who communicated with the dead through seances and Ouija boards, to modern paranormal encounters with ghosts and supernatural beings, here are some real ghost stories to keep you up at night.
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Encounters with so-called Black-Eyed Children, who are often reported trying to get inside someone’s car or home, are some of the most chilling stories in the paranormal world. What are they…and what do they want?
Spirits Told Me To
To some, Ouija boards are little more than a board game with a curious history. Others take communication with the spirits very seriously. So seriously, in fact, that they would do anything the Ouija board told them to.
Exorcism of Anna Ecklund
In the 1930s, a Wisconsin priest named Theophilus Riesinger was the foremost exorcist in the country. But he met his match when a young woman named Anna Ecklund or Emma Schmidt (her real name is unknown) became possessed by the devil himself.
Haunted Town Founded by a Heretic Priest
The small Wisconsin town of St. Nazianz was founded in 1854 by a priest from Germany and his followers who were kicked out for heresy. Some believe the whole town, included the shuttered JFK Prep school, remain haunted and cursed.
Bridgeport Haunted House
The poltergeist activity that happened in the Goodin family home at 966 Lindley St in Bridgeport, CT was witnessed by many, including police and firefighters who were called in to inspect the home for a gas leak, termites, or other natural causes they thought may have explained what they witnessed. It has been called the most well documented and best reported case of its kind. Despite the unexplainable eyewitness accounts by the officers themselves, the police department officially concluded the haunting was a hoax perpetrated by the Goodin’s 10-year-old daughter.