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​​Coming September 22, 2017

Stalked by the Zozo Demon 
Real Life Paranormal Experiment

by Celina Summers and Tim Wood

During June and July of 2017, paranormal investigator Tim Wood set out on a quest to contact the Ouija Board demon known as Zozo every night for a month. This was the first time a paranormal research team conducted an experiment of this nature, live streamed it to tens of thousands of witnesses, and published its results two months later.
But this is also a personal story of one man's lifelong quest into the realm of the demonic and how that brought him into contact not only with the Zozo entity, but an author with a very different background. Together, they set out to determine if Zozo was real, or if it was just an urban legend…the “Ouija board demon”.
By the end of the month, their quest yielded surprising results, all of which were documented in real time on video. And they'd both been affected by the experiment, in very different ways.
But they also had to answer a terrifying question: were they stalking the Zozo demon? Or was Zozo stalking them?


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