- Kada falls to Mansour in Desert Force clash
- Mansour's compatriot Mohammed Ziko was defeated by Yemen's Mohammed Al Azaby while Lebanon's Yousif Waheeby claimed a win against Jordan's Jaffar Tamimi and Tunis' Mohammed Ouiji overcame Morrocco's Abdulla Yaku. In other clashes, Jordan's ...
- Is professor using 'Ouiji Board' science to defend herself in sex abuse case?
- NEWARK — In a 2011 article, Rutgers-Newark professor Anna Stubblefield offered a staunch defense of the controversial communication method known as "facilitated communication." The technique, Stubblefield argued, allows the disabled to communicate ...
- Anthony Lister shrugs off criminal charges for graffiti in new Melbourne show
- Currently based in Sydney, Lister – whose work can be found worldwide on streets, in galleries and decorating high-end shops such as Hermes – is in Melbourne for his latest exhibition Run Away Ouiji.
- I Tried Reading Tea Leaves To Tell My Future & Here's What Happened
- I had my Tarot cards read once with pretty accurate results and attended a John Edwards reading for fun (no one from beyond the grave tried to contact me), but I've never messed with a Ouiji board or attempted to read my tea leaves.
- Charlie, Charlie is a modern day version of the Ouiji board game, except this
- “Forbid your children, warn your children about the dangers of this,” says Herman. “This is not just an innocent game, this is opening up your spirit to evil spirits out there that can do you great harm.
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