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Ouija

letterboard reveals messages from spirits. [Am. Pop. Culture: Brewer Dictionary, 788]
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"The reason people still play it is because of the belief that it might be dangerous," noted Ouija authority Robert Murch.
This is the only time we see him aside from the photo she brings to the Ouija board outing.
Back in the 1960s I investigated a spate of Ouija board incidents in Blackpool when boys at a public school became caught up in the craze and scared themselves silly.
* Whilst it's not possible to link irrefutably cause and ect between the ouija board, the re and the dog's odd behaviour, there have been many negative incidents in the past following the use of such boards.
For horror-sawy viewers, the image of Debbie dangling from the ceiling may suggest a bloodless homage to Dario Argento's "Suspiria," but the rest of "Ouija" falls somewhere between a tween-friendly version of "The Conjuring" and a live-action episode of "Scooby-Doo." Determined to find out why her happy, well-adjusted best friend killed herself, Laine (Olivia Cooke, "Bates Motel") hits upon the brilliant-stupid idea of using the board to contact Debbie, inviting their respective boyfriends (Daren Kagasoff, Douglas Smith); their close gal-pal, Isabelle (Bianca Santos); and Laine's sullen sister, Sarah (Ana Coto), to participate in a nighttime seance.
"We also had a gorgeous colt out of Ouija Board by Galileo, who sold for 525,000gns as a yearling to Coolmore.
The previous summer's weekend celebration in Potsdam inspired the illustration "Ouija Board" featured on the May 1, 1920, cover of The Saturday Evening Post (above).
He said: "Many people believe that the Ouija board is just a game but its power should never be underestimated.
Clocking up 74,000 miles, Ouija Board is the most travelled and successful mare in racing history.
For Ouija Board deserves the best and, as the racing year of 2006 slips into the record books, few can deny that Lord Derby's breathtaking filly truly was the horse of the year.
The winner of two classics and two Breeders' Cup races in an amazing four-year career, Ouija Board had warmed up nicely for her attempt at a Hong Kong Vase success by finishing a brave third in the recent Japan Cup.
RACING: Ouija Board is still on target for her swansong in the Hong Kong Vase on December 10 after her gallant run in the Japan Cup at the weekend.