J.M. Simmons Boards
William Fuld Rip-off
I am very proud to own this particular Ouija because it's one of the very few
boards that the Museum of Talking Boards doesn't have on display.  They're
probably the greatest talking board resource on the Web today.  This J.M.
Simmons board has a copyright date at the bottom of 1919.  It's made of
sturdy cardboard and has a design very similar to the William Fuld models,
but with different pictures in the corners.
This J.M. Simmons board is from 1920 and is made of wood as opposed to
the board above.  The graphics on most boards of this design have been
rubbed off over the years.  It's very rare to find this board with the pictures
and letters fully intact as they are seen here.  For some reason, they chose to
say good bye in French on the bottom of the board.  This isn't a Hitler Ouija
board, before World War II, the swastika was a positive symbol...the crazy
Nazi people perverted it into something that is associated with hatred and is
looked down upon today.
THE ORIGINAL OUIJA - 1891 Charles Kennard
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