I followed that story years before it made it to "Ghost Misadventures". There were pages upon pages on a blog detailing other user submissions regard ZoZo. The stories were eye catching and I was sucked into the vacuum almost believing that the phenomena did in fact have connections with others. After seeing the episode on "Ghost Misadventurs", I felt much of it just didn't hold any weight anymore. I was very disappointed. Several times late at night, I stopped reading the stories because the creep factor was unsettling.
Obviously, I can't validate the account or other user submission regarding the "ZoZo Ouija Board Dilemma". At best it's purely anecdotal. For the record, I do not use any form of divination in my research as a viable tool. I require some type of recorded evidence to acknowledge possibilities.
I have to admit, my original interest in the paranormal stemmed from spiritual curiosity. I have always been one to question other people's experiences. I'm not suggesting people lie but much of what I've concluded is nothing more than validation of ones' belief system. Only a small fraction of accounts hold a level of authenticity unfortunately. To be honest, I'm still sitting on the wall even with psychokinetic forces despite years of alleged activity spanning centuries among many cultures.
I simply have to experience the phenomena itsel fo even acknowledge the "possibility" of its existence.
Edited by EVP, 31 December 2018 - 02:21 PM.