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These antique Ouija boards are dead cool

If anybody’s out there, please make your presence known (and buy us a couple of these awesome Ouija boards while you’re at it).

The brilliant Museum Of Talking Boards website has compiled more than 96 of these utterly beautiful and morbidly fascinating old school conversation starters with the dead, dating as far back as 1891. All of them look cool enough to stick up on the walls of your home if, y’know, you’re cool with the deceased getting in touch with you every now and again. Check out just a handful of the designs here…

Via dangerousminds.net



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