Three Line Tales — The Ouija Board

9AE3CB23-2284-48AE-85DB-055693B40966Winona was more than a little reluctant when her best friend, Anita, invited her to come over to her house to “play” with the Ouija board, but after much cajoling and teasing, she finally acquiesced.

Winona didn’t believe in spirits or ghosts or séances or that it was possible to communicate with the dead, and despite feeling it would be a waste of a good Saturday night, she knew how much her BFF was into that sort of nonsense.

Winona was sure that too many glasses of wine, coupled with that giant doobie she shared with Anita, caused the hallucinations that made her feel as if she was in the company of what appeared to be wispy, ghost-like figures standing around the rectangular table on which the Ouija board had been placed.

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Written for this week’s Three Line Tales from Sonya. Photo credit: Ahmed Odeh at

12 thoughts on “Three Line Tales — The Ouija Board

  1. Ennle Madresan April 5, 2019 / 4:42 am

    Really good story…I’m amazed that everyone else is inspired by this one–I’m dead in the water 🙂

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    • Fandango April 5, 2019 / 7:28 am

      Thanks. I was I was inspired by the ghostly images.


      • Ennle Madresan April 5, 2019 / 9:41 am

        Well thanks to you and another blogger’s entry, I finally have an idea that will pass–not stellar, but at least I’ll “get ‘er done” 🙂

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  2. Marleen April 5, 2019 / 11:53 am

    It’s likely not wine or doobies; maybe it’s an Ouija Board bringing various odd figures to mind for Trump to imagine would be good for the Federal Reserve?

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