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Ask the ouija anything you like

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With Real Ouija Board by Redwerk, you may not only ask questions and get meaningful answers but ... More

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Published 8 Aug 2017

Do you believe in ghosts? Is there an afterlife? Is there a world of spirits that exists in another dimension? Can they be contacted? These are all questions that have been asked since the beginning of time. There are accounts of 'talking boards' or 'fuji' existing in China way back in 1100AD (damn near everything seems to have its origins in China, doesn't it) but the Ouija board - as we know it - probably came to prominence after the American Civil War in the mid to late 19th Century. Mediums back then made significant amounts of money 'helping' mourners get in touch with their departed loved ones.

When I was a kid, the Ouija board was considered evil and we were discouraged from going anywhere near one but, these days, kids have seen so many gruesome horror films that they are regarded more as a bit of fun than anything else. For the uninitiated, a Ouija board has all the letters of the alphabet, the numbers 1-9 and a simple yes and no printed on it. Brave souls would ask the spirits a question while holding their fingers on a curser which, if they were lucky (or unlucky) would 'spell out' the answer to their question.

Now that we have moved onto the digital world it's only natural that there would be a Ouija app as a portal to the afterlife. Real Ouija is a new app for Android and iOS that takes the spiritual world into the digital...