Other Manufactured Boards
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Oh yeah...just check out those corny 60s wheel of fortune colors!  This isn't
actually a Ouija board because it uses a pendulum instead of a planchette.  I
only included it because of the nature of the game.  Milton Bradley sold
these starting in 1966 and claimed it could test your Extra-Sensory
Perception.  If you ask me, they were just trying to grab a share of the
metaphysical market...
This is a divining game made by Parker Brothers just a few years after they
started producing Ouija boards.  This strange 1970 game was called
Predition Rod.  Intead of a planchette, you use a perfectly balanced rod that
points to different symbols...supposedly telling your future.  Just between
us...this board isn't magic.  There are magnets hidden in the game board and
prediction rod as well, very clever.
This is the strange "Fickle Finger of Fate" game.  I have been unable to play
it because it requires a mysterious substance called "SlikSilver".  
Apparently the supply it came with was all used up about 30 years ago.  The
board sits on a raised spike and sort of wobbles.  Then the little plastic
pointer inside tells your future...or something silly like that.
THE ORIGINAL OUIJA - 1891 Charles Kennard
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