Rachel had never been one to believe in the tales of the paranormal, secrets of the unknown or even for one minute that playing Bloody Mary at midnight would actually bring her to the mirror. Her house was a playground for playing mean tricks, lone voices calling her name from down the hall, the room becoming cold when she was almost sure not a single soul had turned down the heat. Just little simple things that made her second guess everything she had ever known, but she wouldn't let herself believe in that stupid bullshit. So while she was out one night, she set to prove her friends wrong by buying a tacky looking piece of wood, engraved with various designs to help them contact the dead. The antique shop lady seemed to look at her rather strangely when she bought it and it made her question her decision but only for a moment or so, because the impending excitement only made her smile brightly and skip out of the store with her awesome new find. Setting the board in her downstairs cupboard, she decided to wait until the next night to contact her group of friends to come and play the game with her. So the next morning bright and early, only after finishing her cup of coffee and eating a small bowl of cereal, can't get spooked on an empty stomach and without her caffeine she would be a zombie. There should literally be no need for an explanation on those two matters. Plopping down onto the couch, she grabbed her phone from the side table and sent out a mass text. 'Hey guuuys! Guess what? Alright no guessing, I will just tell you. I got this cool game from the store down the street and you guys HAVE to play it with me. No if's, and's or but's. Just get your asses over here so we can play!' The excitement that ran through her, could not be dismissed. She was so ready to prove to her friends that their fears were silly and unrealistic and prove to herself that she had been right all this time. Goosebumps raised up on her arms, and she looked down at the floor. Maybe this wasn't such a good idea? Oh shut up Rachel! This would be fun!