The act of Human beings trying to contact the dead on the other side has become a common part of paranormal research over the years.
Whether it be raps on a wall or table, direct communication through a psychic or automatic writing, spirit communication really collided with the general public since the talking board or ‘Ouija’ board was created in the late 19th century.
Since then many a horrifying tale, both fiction and non, has started with a group of friends using the tool to communicate with the great beyond.
The slow and painful act of waiting for the ghost to actually spell out his message seemed a bit out of date however to an enterprising trio who have brought ‘Emoji’ to the Ouija mojo.
It started with a vision of using little graphical pictures on the board for the spirits to communicate with the living.
Ever wanted to know if the ghost in your house was in love, happy, sad, was trying to tell you about an old Indian burial ground or was in a murderous rage in hardly no time and via a cute ghost cartoon your kids will adore?
Your prayers may have been answered.
The paranormal investigation craze has been around for awhile now, and it shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
From Ghost Hunters to ghost hunting smart phone apps, the world seems to have gone crazy for ghosts.
So it should come as no surprise that products have risen out of the popularity of the genre like a ghost from a grave.
What is shocking is that a ghost investigation board game could cause players to feel actual psychological symptoms.