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The Blue Ghost first appeared on William Fuld's Ouija Board boxes in 1941, remaining there for 31 years even during the early Parker Brother's Ouija Board days. Drawn by William Andrew Fuld, the oldest son of William Fuld, has now made a new appearance in the TBHS latest T-shirt design.
We have two styles! 🌞🌛
Check them out: www.tbhs.org/shop-tbhs/buy-cool-stuff-here/
--Karen A. Dahlman, TBHS Director
(The Blue Ghost history courtesy of www.williamfuld.com) ... See MoreSee Less
That is fantastic!!!
Had my ouija board for a few years now, got it from an old toy shop in London that was closing down.
I can’t get to where I pay with a credit card.
oh that's awesome!
Question. Is the blue ghost copyrighted? I’m wondering because I have a custom order for one with the blue ghost. Thanks.
Just ordered my Blue Ghost tshirt
LIVE OUIJA BOARD readings TONIGHT as TBHS Director Karen A. Dahlman joins American Ghost Hunter show and Host Alex S. King on ParanormalWarehouse.com
TONIGHT - May 13th @ 4pm PT / 7pm ET (USA time zones)
We'll be discussing TBHS, OUIJA and offering readings! ... See MoreSee Less
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Odd occurrences and patterns often occur in the hobby of talking board collecting. One such pattern I noticed are that circular boards have a higher frequency across the Pond in the UK. While no such reason can be determined for sure, Calvin speculates it must be a cultural commonality or urban legend that makes people create these boards this way. Perhaps a lingering influence from table turning? This board was created from a simple pedestal table.The legs were removed and thrown away to save money on shipping to the states. The letters and numbers were individually hand carved and varnished. No planchette was found but perhaps an upturned shot glass was used. What do you think?
Calvin Von Crush – Director, Talking Board Historical Society
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We have a couple of examples of "Talking Board in the Round" as designed by Raymond Buckland on display here at the Buckland Museum. Thanks for the information helping put it in a bit of perspective. He was English so this makes sense!
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We use a glass much more than a planchette here in England. We also use round boards so that more people can fit around and use them.
I agree that a glass was probably used. I learned talking boards from a woman whose mother was from GB. She always used a shot or wine glass. AWESOME board!
a.k.a spirit on the glass
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