After Annabelle Creation, everyone’s gotten curious about all things paranormal.
You know one thing that’s super creepy and requires your participation? Paranormal games.
We’re talking Ouija board stuff and the works here.
Did you know, though, that there are 10 paranormal games which are so scary, the people who’ve taken part in them have said that they’d rather not play the game again – EVER.
You’ve been warned. If you dare, read on.
1. The Elevator to Another Realm
There’s a Singapore Ghost Story that’s similar to this. Goody Feed even did a video on it but they removed it because they’re afraid people will really try it out.
A game from Korea, playing it will apparently bring you to an entirely different world. All you need is a lift in a building with a minimum of 10 floors. No one else must be in the elevator, but you.
You’ll need to hit a certain sequence of numbers. If you follow the instructions to a tee, you’d be able to explore the 10th floor, which helps you get into the other world.
2. Closet Game – You Dare to Try?
The game is made for you to summon a demon. All you need is a closed wardrobe that’s utterly dark inside.
Hold an unlit match to it, and say this – “Show me the light or leave me in darkness”.
If there are any sounds, light the match immediately. If you don’t do this in time, something will drag you from your back and pull you into ever-consuming darkness.
3. Solo Hide and Seek
The game, known as Hitori Kakurenbo, originates from Japan. You’re basically playing hide-and-seek with a doll that’s possessed. You’ll need a doll, saltwater, a tub and a TV for this one.
Why the TV? It helps you with its static level – then you’ll know if there are unwanted visitors moving about.
4. Charlotte’s Web
This is not like the storybook ah – you’re actually calling the little girl from the 1400s whose mom was burnt at the stake for apparently being a witch.
5. The Hooded Man
Similar to the Elevator ritual concept, with a cleansing ritual before you start the game. You will need to make a phone call and get into a cab. The Hooded Man will be driving after you follow its steps.
Same like the one-man hide and seek, but you’re playing with a demon.
7. Midnight Game
This was at one point a Pagan ritual for people who didn’t follow their religion properly. In summary, you call the Midnight Man to your home and have to avoid getting caught by him until 3.33 a.m. You’re officially free then.
8. The Daruma-San Game
Known as the Bath Game, it involves you calling upon a ghost that will follow you the entire day and try to get you.
For you to capture her, you’ll have to look over your right shoulder and make a karate chop while shouting “Kitta”.
If you don’t do this properly by midnight, expect to dream about her too.
9. Bloody Mary (No, not the Drink!)
This game is based on a legend about a witch’s vengeful spirit. You’ll need a mirror, a lighted candle and a chant. Some people have experienced her, others have not. I don’t dare try leh.
10. The Three Kings
Also called nosleep, it allows its player to enter into another dimension. You’ll need an object from your childhood, among other things.
Timing is also important – 3.33 a.m. is the precise moment you should be sitting on your makeshift throne.
Some people have told stories of other beings, while others claim they feel like they’re in a lucid dream.
Do you dare to try?
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