And this is where things started to get interesting.

I admit, I was a bit surprised that they were using a ouija board (they also had dowsing rods and pendulums, as well)–after all, it’s not exactly scientific. Still, it’s one of those alternative methods that, if the information can be collaborated, can help support other, more scientific, observations. The first few goes at the board were pretty much unsuccessful with a few odd movements and, as you can see, no real information gathered. And then…

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