Ouija Board ZoZo Demon Summoning Gone Wrong, Ghost Adventures Aftershock
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ZoZo Ouija Board Demon attacked Darren Evans, he reveals his terrifying experience on Ghost Adventures terrorized by an ancient demon through the Ouija Board in his home in Oklahoma City, OK,. The Zozo Demon is known for attacking and possessing its victims through a spirit board. Darren Evans, ZoZo Phenomena, joins us tonight to talk about his experiences on the Ghost Adventures Episode and what has happened to him and his family after filming and reveal a few tidbits of historical evidence he have dug up. But more on that after the book....ZoZo Phenomena....is published.
Zozologist Darren Evans to discuss the history of the Ouija Board, Zozo phenomena, and strange cases where crimes have been committed as a result of using the Ouija. traced the Ouija Board to the talking board developed in Ohio in 1886. The planchette came out of France in the 1850s and existed as a separate device used for auto writing sessions, he noted.

The name "Ouija" came from the board itself when asked by its manufacturers what it wanted to be called. Evans recalled his experiences contacting an entity known as Zozo with a double-sided Ouija Board he found under his girlfriend's house. "It would often pretend to be something that it wasn't," he said, noting an instance when Zozo masqueraded as the deceased former singer of AC/DC, Bon Scott.
According to Evans, Zozo changes personalities when it gets bored, uses fear as a tactic against board participants, and causes the planchette to move erratically in tight spirals and figure eight patterns. Zozo is a demon and contacting it through the Ouija Board could ultimately result in a harmful attachment.
Images provided by Darren Evans
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