5 Real Life Demons Summoned from Ouija Boards

5 Real Life Demons Summoned from Ouija Boards

September 9, 2019 100 By William Hollis


The terrifying horror movie The Exorcist may actually be based on a true story of a boy given the pseudonym “Roland Doe.” In the 1940s, Roland was reportedly trained by his Aunt Harriet to communicate with the spirit world using a Ouija Board. After Aunt Harriet’s untimely death, the boy tried to use the board to seek her out, but instead made a horrifying connection. Roland became possessed by a demon that spoke in tongues and could levitate objections while seizing him in a trance. The deeply disturbed boy violently resisted several exorcisms, and he was eventually committed to a psychiatric ward. Finally, in a last-ditch attempt to cast out the demon, Roland was lashed to his bed as the word “evil” appeared on his body. It took 3 priests to complete the ritual in an experience so chillingly real that the church hid the boy’s true name forever… When convicted murderer Gary Gilmore was begging to be executed in 1977, was he trying to free himself of a terrible demon? Following Gilmore’s death at the hands of a Utah firing squad, his brother wrote a startling account of their troubled family. He claimed that their mother Bessie contacted the demon through a Ouija Board and that it attached itself to their family. Bessie would reportedly feel it touch her face at night and once awoke to find herself watched by the “inhumane creature.” A terrified Bessie is said to have jumped from her bed to find her mother-in-law screaming, “IT KNOWS WHO YOU ARE!” Bessie supposedly ran to protect her children, only to find the demon on Gary’s chest, staring into his eyes… In 2014, Paul Carroll was summoning the dead through a Ouija Board when he claims he instead opened a portal to an evil realm. Stunned by what he saw, Carroll lost control of the ritual and came to believe a demon escaped to inhabit his family dog. Police later blamed the distressed Carroll when the poor animal was discovered dismembered outside of his house. Carroll, however, insisted black magic was at work, and the Ouija Board was seemingly hellbent on proving him right. A week after his arrest, Carroll’s wife and stepdaughter overdosed on pills and set their house on fire. Both barely survived to tell investigators that the Ouija Board possessed them and told them that they were going to die… The Sallie House in Atchison, Kansas is rumored to be plagued by evil forces and is among America’s most haunted homes. Reports of unexplained phenomenon began when Tony and Debra Pickman heard eerie voices after buying the home in the early 1990s. Seeking an explanation, the couple allegedly contacted the ghost of a little girl named Sallie using a Ouija Board. Sallie was the illegitimate daughter of one of the home’s previous owners who died locked away as his shameful secret. Her spirit warned them that the house was cursed, and visitors have since been tormented with mysterious cuts and burns. It is claimed that the connection opened to Sallie can still be heard in electronic monitoring and has revealed other voices… In 2016, nearly 100 Peruvian schoolgirls claimed to be possessed by the Devil and began seeing a mysterious Man in Black. The young children were recorded on film fainting, seizing, and frothing at the mouth in terrifying episodes. Frightened parents suspected a mass demonic possession when it was reported that the man had been summoned by a Ouija Board. All of the girls saw eerily similar visions of a tall Slenderman-like figure who chased and tried to strangle them. Witnesses described seeing at least one victim clutching her neck and choking as she screamed, “Take it out!” Despite an investigation, local authorities were at a loss to explain the hallucinations and disturbing physical symptoms…