Robert Murch

collector and historian of Ouija and other so-called “talking boards.”

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collector and historian of Ouija and other so-called “talking boards.”

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A new horror movie comes out this weekend about the creepy power of the Ouija board. But the mysterious game has a history that goes back much farther.

The Real History of Ouija

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