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Occult England

July 25, 2015

From mysterious beasts to ghostly apparitions, Britain seems to have experienced more than its fair share of supernatural phenomena.

While some – such as the Loch Ness Monster and Jack the Ripper – are globally famous, others have remained more obscure.

And although many of the mysteries have been written off as perfectly natural happenings, none has ever been comprehensively solved or debunked.

A list of the country’s most enduring spooky puzzles, originally compiled by Brilliantly British, shows the vast range of creepy goings-on around Britain.

‘Charlie Charlie’ may open doors you can never close

June 9, 2015

The four Colombian high school students were brought to the emergency room two weeks ago screaming and babbling.

There was nothing physically wrong with them. Instead doctors diagnosed a case of ‘mass hysteria’.

The cause? They had been trying to summon a ‘Mexican demon’ with two pencils balanced on a piece of paper, like a modern version of the ouija board.

In fact the spirit-summoning game known as ‘Charlie Charlie’ or the CharlieCharlieChallenge has since blazed a trail across the internet in recent days.

It went viral after one video surfaced in the Dominican Republic where it was taken probably a little too seriously by parents, priests and teachers.

The game involves balancing one pencil on top of another and daring a demon called Charlie to answer questions by making it point to pre-written answers on the paper below.

Hundreds of teens have uploaded videos – from the UK to the United States, Sweden and Singapore – in which they ask, ‘Charlie, Charlie, are you there?’ and then flee in terror when the pencil appears to move by itself.

Charlie Charlie: Contact Demons while your Ouija Board is in the shop

May 31, 2015

Spanish priest Jose Antonio Fortea said the so-called Charlie Charlie Challenge, a game played on a simplified version of the Ouija board, poses a real danger as it involves the summoning of spirits, the Catholic News Agency reported on Wednesday.

The game uses two pens and a paper to create a makeshift version of the Ouija board. A grid is drawn on paper to make four panels, two of which are labelled “yes” and the other two “no.” The pens are then put on top of another, positioned like a cross.

The players invoke a Mexican demon by calling out “Charlie, Charlie can we play” or “Charlie, Charlie are you here?” Then they wait for the pen to move as they film the game for online posting.

Father Fortea warned that the game involves the real, occult practice of “calling on spirits,” cautioning people that “some spirits who are at the root of that practice will harass some of those who play the game.”

Even though players “won’t be possessed,” the spirit that has been summoned “will stay around for a while.”

Also, the game “will result in other spirits beginning to enter into even more frequent communication.”

‘Charlie Charlie’ game is as harmless as a Ouija Board

May 29, 2015

You – or your wayward demonic teens – might have summoned up a malignant Mexican spirit with a couple of pencils. But, thankfully, all is probably well — here’s what’s really going on in the Charlie Charlie Challenge.

Inside the Enfield Haunting

May 3, 2015

How the haunting began, Janet couldn’t exactly recall. She knew that she was in bed, in the room she shared with her 10-year-old brother Johnny at a house in Green Street, Enfield, when something strange happened. They became frightened. As soon as they called their Mum, it stopped. “It was a bed shaking, something like that,” said Janet. “I mean, we’re talking 25 years or more, aren’t we? I can’t remember everything. But I can remember the main events because, you know, they leave scars.”

3 Americans ‘possessed’ after playing with a Ouija board in Mexico

October 10, 2014

Three American friends have been taken to hospital after reportedly becoming ‘possessed’ by evil spirits while playing with a Ouija board.

Alexandra Huerta, 22, was playing the game with her brother Sergio, 23, and 18-year-old cousin Fernando Cuevas at a house in the village of San Juan Tlacotenco in south-west Mexico.

But minutes into it, she apparently started ‘growling’ and thrashing around in a ‘trance-like’ state

Ouija Boards can easily open doors -closing them again is another matter

October 10, 2014

1. My first mistake was calling a spirit a “coward”

My friend had mentioned that she had one, so I asked her to pull the board out so I could check it out. At first she said no, but then agreed to do it as long as she didn’t have to participate. After she had the board set up I asked “Is there anyone in here”….nothing. So, being a dumb teenager I said “If anything is in here and not talking, you’re a coward”. The board was put away after that.

Fast forward about a week later and have me sleeping upstairs on my couch. I wake up on a stereotypical “Stormy Night”. Thunder and lightning, wind and rain..the works. I look around to see why I woke up and couldn’t see a thing, and decide to try and fall back asleep. After laying there for about 30s I hear from downstairs “Get the boy” in a very raspy, wispy voice. I open my eyes and listen……nothing. Start to go back to sleep…”GET THE BOY”, it was MUCH louder this time. Then my downstairs door SLAMS shut. I freak the F*ck out because nobody slept down there and we had no drafts.

American Horror Story: Coven – Marie Laveau and Marie Delphine LaLaurie were real

November 16, 2013

“AMERICAN Horror Story: Coven” is giving TV viewers goose bumps with its horrifying tales of infamous slave-torturer Madame Delphine Lalaurie and voodoo queen Marie Laveau in 19th century New Orleans.

But an ENQUIRER investigation reveals the truth about Delphine – played by Oscar-winning “Misery” star Kathy Bates – is even worse!

Delphine, a respected so­cialite, owned 54 slaves over the years. But she brutal­ized them in a secret torture chamber that was discovered in 1834 when a fire swept through her elegant mansion at 1140 Royal Street.

Her cook, who was chained to the stove, started the blaze in an attempt at either escape or suicide.

When fire marshals arrived, Delphine refused to open the servants’ quarters. Bystanders broke in and were horrified to find seven slaves in terrible condition – starved, caged, chained and wearing grotesque spiked collars.

One man had a hole in his head with a stick thrust into it. Slaves were said to have been strapped down to macabre operating tables, dis­emboweled and tortured, with mouths sewn shut to quiet their screams.

Enraged at what they found, the mob at­tacked the mansion, and Delphine fled in a carriage, eventually making her way to Paris.

“She was a psychopath, definitely a serial killer, and may have been doing this all of her life,” Carolyn Morrow Long, author of “Madame Lalaurie: Mistress of the Haunted House,” told The ENQUIRER.

“When people wanted to help rescue her ser­vants as the fire spread, Delphine said, ‘Never mind the servants – save my valu­ables!’”

Rumors of Delphine’s abuse had circulated for years, and she’d once been charged with chas­ing a slave girl off the roof of her home with a whip. But local laws that barred slaves from testi­fying against free people meant that Delphine was never held accountable for the atrocities, ex­plained Long.

According to the FX series, Delphine was kept alive in her grave by Marie Laveau. But in reality, she died in Paris in 1849. Her body was later exhumed and returned to New Orleans for burial.

Actor Nicolas Cage bought her home, but lost it to foreclosure in 2009. Today the three-story mansion is a fixture on New Orleans ghost tours.

How to play ‘Paranormal Activity’ movie game at home!

October 30, 2013

. . .   Did you see the  “Paranormal Activity” movie and were green with envy because you wanted some exciting demonic action in your own home?   Do you long for the fun and excitement of evil forces shaking up your everyday hum-drum boring lifestyle?   Would you enjoy conversing with occult devilish creatures […]

Ouija Board repercussions

May 16, 2013

About six weeks ago I was at my friend Doug’s. He was at work at the time, so we were chilling there waiting for him to come back. The girls had played on a Ouija board earlier that day, and appeared rather shaken up. Seeing this, two friends and I somehow managed to talk the girls into participating again. We wanted to feel the buzz they were feeling. We started to play and said some chants before we continued. For about half an hour, one of my friends thought it funny to screw it up (by talking and pushing the glass around when he shouldn’t). We think it was because he was scared of what might happen. But then again, that’s the buzz. We kicked him off of the board and started again.

We all placed our finger on the Ouija board and asked if anybody was there. After about five minutes, the glass slowly started to grind to yes. It finally highlighted the word yes, and slowly grinded back to the center. We then asked who he or she was. It started toward the word open, got there, then moved back toward the middle. We asked the same question three times after that, and at conclusion, it spelled out the words “open you give”. We were confused and shortly after this questions weird things started to happen.

The computer started booting and rebooting so fast it was impossible. There is no computer, which I have seen in my life, which can boot up and shut down then reboot again 10 times within the spacing of 5 seconds. The light started to flicker slightly and gradually increased its intensity. Also, a bowl on the table started to grind around very slowly on its own. Observing this, I started to feel the buzz. The girls however, were getting scared, and wanted to leave. They said that this didn’t happen when they played it.

Now the next bit that happened is the bit that scared me…