Three Hospitalized American Teenagers In Mexico Are Another Reason To Never Play Ouija Board Again

06.23.14 4 years ago 9 Comments
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Friday the 13th has come and gone, but demonic spirits are alive and well — at least when playing a friendly round of Ouija board. Recently, three American teenagers vacationing in Mexico showed visible signs of “possession” while partaking in the game. During the frightening incident, the teens thrashed about wildly and experienced sudden spells of blindness and numbness. Yikes.

Alexandra Huerta, 22, was playing the game with her brother Sergio, 23, and 18-year-old cousin Fernando Cuevas at a house in the village of San Juan Tlacotenco in south-west Mexico.

But minutes into it, she apparently started ‘growling’ and thrashing around in a ‘trance-like’ state.

Meanwhile, Sergio and Fernando also reportedly started showing signs of ‘possession’, including feelings of blindness, deafness and hallucinations.

After a local priest refused to perform an exorcism because the teens weren’t regular churchgoers, medical personnel were called and all three had to be hospitalized.

They restrained Alexandra to prevent her from hurting herself, before treating the three with painkillers, anti-stress medication and eye drops, which seemingly worked.

Victor Demesa, 46, the director of public safety in the nearby town of Tepoztlan, said: ‘The medical rescue of these three young people was very complicated.

‘They had involuntary movements and it was difficult to transfer them to the nearest hospital because they were so erratic.

‘It appeared as if they were in a trance-like state, apparently after playing with the Ouija board.

‘They spoke of feeling numbness, double vision, blindness, deafness, hallucinations, muscle spasm and difficulty swallowing.’

He added that whether the trio were really possessed, or had simply convinced themselves that they were, was not for doctors to comment on.

Below, watch a news report on the scary episode:

Via Daily Mail

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