My friends nicknamed me ZoZo about three years ago when I was in 6th grade. Then I thought it was a cool name. Now I think it’s horrible.
See, I didn’t do Ouija when I was 11. I did witch craft, Hoodoo, and Voodoo, but not a Ouija board. My friends told me about it last year, so I thought, why not! I loved it, I got many names. But then one came up. “What’s your name?” Z-O-Z-O. Our jaws dropped! I exclaimed how my nickname was ZoZo and I thought it was really cool.
He seemed like a cool guy at first, but then he got mean and started cussing out my friend Ema, and something got thrown at Ema’s mom and our other friend Daliah. I took over the eye and told him to stop! That we didn’t do anything to him so stop being a jerk! Then he went to Goodbye. We decided to stop for the …
November 19th, 2009 by CareTaker
When I was a kid, around 3 – 8 I didn’t like ghost movies because I was strongly into the spirit world. I’m 13 now, and I still am connected to the dead. When I about 6 I remember I lived in an apartment with my mom. My dad left cause my mom abused him. My mom never stayed home with me. She was on drugs horribly bad. (Thank goodness she’s not anymore). So when I was home alone I would cry wishing I had someone.
I’d play with a small doll I had. She had a black tutu on with white trimmings on the skirt part. She had blonde hair that I dyed red, and I ripped her dress up. I once got so angry I ripped her head off and tossed it out the window. That night I was sleeping and I was awoken by giggling and dolls were getting thrown at me and all over my room. …
November 17th, 2009 by CareTaker
Unlocking the secrets of ZOZO, OZ, and the OZ/ZO phenomena
The following is an update on my research into what started as conversations with a spirit named “ZOZO.” These findings may not be a ghost story, but is a follow up to some previous stories which I have submitted to this site. Maintain an open mind, or you may think I have gone crazy in my search for answers as to the meaning of ZOZO.
I have uncovered a lot of information about the term, and I am finding some very puzzling and interesting information regarding the different translations and definitions of the word itself.
For instance, here is what one site has said about ZOZO. ” Zozo is an ancient name,it’s origins go to the beginning of time as one of the ancient gods.” “The true name is quite secret, and it’s legend will be forever sealed.”
Zo supposedly means Spiritual Leader, with an African origin. Also of interest …
April 2nd, 2009 by CareTaker
One evening my ex-wife and I decided to take an old board to a good friend of mine’s house. He lived close to downtown Tulsa,and he believed in spirits. He had seen some of our “sessions" and he even participated. His wife however did not believe, and so we thought we would show her a few things. Little did we know that before the evening was over my friend Mike and I would find ourselves inside a mental health ward.
This particular night there was a crisp full moon, everyone was in a pleasant mood,and we brought candles, a box of soil, and poured purified water into a cool little chalice that my ex-wife carried with her sometimes. We situated ourselves on the coffee table in the living room, dimmed the lights, and lit the candles.
Almost immediately the centerpiece started moving in a wide circle alarmingly fast and with unusual intensity. Before we could ask a question the centerpiece …
March 27th, 2009 by CareTaker
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My name is Darren and I am from Tulsa, Oklahoma. I am currently 40 years old, and have held a fascination with the occult since an early age. I have had many bizarre experiences with Ouija boards and I am writing this as a warning to people that bad things can happen because of these “portals.”
Parker brothers doesn’t care if a demon possesses you, or if you come under some type of attack from something you know nothing about. The majority of people from The United States holds a skeptical view regarding the scientific evidence of spirits or ghosts, and many people who believe in these things also believe that it is for this very reason that ghosts and poltergeists occur here and exist “under the radar” so to speak. These Ouija boards are manufactured under the precept that they are mere “toys.” Let me tell you first hand that THEY ARE NOT TOYS, and should be used with …
March 24th, 2009 by CareTaker