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When thinking about the paranormal, we don’t usually think about games. The paranormal is something that needs to be researched, investigated, taken seriously, and not messed with. It is never thought of a just a game.

There are some games that do have power to be very paranormal that lead to unexpected and possibly terrifying results. The popular games among teenagers are Bloody Mary and Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board. They play these games at sleepovers and parties. Teens love them because these games let them explore the unknown and they like being scared.

Paranormal researchers and adults discourage these games especially Bloody Mary and Ouija Board due to the possible negative psychological impact they could have on the participants. Spoon bending and Light as a Feather are basically harmless even if some argue that games containing any element of the unknown need to be avoided.

You should play these scary Halloween party games at your own risk.

1. Spoon Bending

Uri Geller, self-proclaimed psychic and magician, is credited with making spoon bending popular. Many skeptics say this trick is just mere sleight of hand. Other people say it is a truly psychic phenomenon that anybody can do.

There have even been parties held just for spoon bending. The host will have a lot of forks and spoons on hand. These can be bought fairly cheap at thrift stores. The participants are allowed to choose a utensil they think will be easily bent. During the party, the forks and spoon will bend and twist, defying the laws of physics.

Hosting one of these parties is fairly easy. You just need to invite people you like and know. Have the atmosphere full of laughter and fun. When the participants are asked to choose their utensil, they are encouraged to ask the fork or spoon to bend for them. Hold the utensil in the air and scream, β€œBend! Bend!” Rub the utensil with your fingers gently.

If it doesn’t bend, turn your focus on something else. Some say that giving the utensil no attention is necessary for getting it to bend. Some say the combination of pressure and body heat is what causes the metal to become softer and allows the utensil to bend and twist.

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