He’s An Emergency Medical Doctor Talking About The Ouija Board And If There’s A Scientific Explanation For It

In order for shared psychosis to occur, the dominant person and the secondary person must have an emotional bond.

Shared psychotic disorder was first reported by Jules Baillarger in 1860. Ever since then, there haven’t been many recorded cases, but it is thought to be underreported because most people who have this disorder don’t realize they have a mental illness.

So what do you think? Does shared psychotic disorder seem like a plausible explanation? Or do you believe people are actually being haunted?


Is the Quija Board truly haunted or can science explain it? #paranormal #quija #haunted

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