A woman who says she is a psychic medium has chillingly claimed to have seen a man’s face get mysteriously “cut open” during an encounter with a Oujia board.
Even before the seance began, Samantha Jayne says she had a gut feeling “not to get on the board that night” even though she was the medium.
In an episode of the YouTube channel The Angel and The Exorcist, she told Buddhist exorcist Paul Devlin what she believes happened that night.
The psychic was due to attempt to communicate with the dead at the infamous Winchester Mansion, the source of many ghost stories, and claims what she saw that night made her “quit the paranormal” for ages.
Sam recalls that the group was inexperienced and trying to delve into things “beyond their knowledge” and pressured her to continue with the planned paranormal event.
The group then thought they had the ghost of the cook “talking to them” from beyond the grave, but Sam says they were mistaken when things took a violent turn.
She recalls: “I was saying to the event owner, ‘It’s not the cook they need to get off the board. It’s not the cook’.
“Because I was watching a man walking around and around in a circle all around the board.”
Sam says he got more “agitated” and suddenly the Ouija board began moving “aggressively”.
Touching her cheek, Sam said: “The guy I’m talking about, all of a sudden his face went [makes ripping noise] and he was cut from here to here.
“And it happened twice.”
“Did he actually draw blood?” asks Paul.
Sam says: “Yeah, blood. And because this was an older gentleman we could not get this blood to stop.
“Even physical harm is possible with what appears to be a harmless item.”
An Ouija board, also known as a spirit board, is a board marked with letters and often the words “yes” and “no” which some believers claim can be used to communicate with the dead, by moving a planchette to spell out answers to questions.
This comes after ghost hunters blasted Poundland for selling Ouija boards and claimed they were not “toys”.
Poundland said the boards were marketed towards adults and have since been removed from sale.