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Why i don't try ouija anymore

By BlackRose @--%--- All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Horror

my dearest friend

I lost him couple of years ago, my best friend i mean. He was sick long time before he finally had to give up to the illness he had and he passed away.

I missed him very much and it got worse lately, so when my co-worker told me about this next door woman of her's that did Ouija board session's i was all in with it, i mean what could go wrong. I am telling this story if not warn people just remind of them how things can change.

It was midnight when i arrived her home and with little or no expectations i sat down next to table that had board on it . She told me rules of the game , first and most important being " never leave the game without saying goodbye "

I told her about my friend and how i just wanted to know that he was alright where ever he was and that i wanted to tell him how much i missed him.

As i am writing this it is getting more and more chilly and i cower myself with blanket and continue writing .

She offered me her hand and we placed our hands on the marker. She asked first some basic questions and got "yes" and "no" answers. Then she asked was he alright cause his friend was worried about him. 

Answering took long time but then suddenly the marker started to move. " cold". I looked at her and was confused by the answer. " can you repeat that ?" she said . Marker moved again " it is cold"

Then she continued asking some non interesting basic questions and then she told that " your friend wants you to know that she misses you" Marker moved and i had chills when i got answer " i'll always be there"

We ended the session by saying goodbye and i left.  The wind was chilly as it almost is it being middle of October . I covered myself with my jacket and quickly took keys from my pocket and opened my door.

With last couple of days after the Ouija board game it has gotten pretty weird. All of my pics with my friend are found in different places that i had placed those , my cabinet doors are opened and i swear i have answered way too many phone calls that has in reality been made .

I have never been that kind of person who gets scared easily, but when all the mirrors suddenly began to have image of shadowy being just staring at you , i bet you would be too...

Now when i am finishing this tale i regret ever playing the game. I'm so cold now that my breath is visible and the blanket around me doesn't help to keep me warm.

I began to have two shadows and i don't feel so lonely anymore. It would be good thing if only he would stop looking over my shoulder......

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