When we started researching William Fuld and the Ouija board in 1992 there wasn't much written to go on. The few titles and articles that were published were more often poorly researched or sadly flat out wrong. Much of what was written was based on faulty sources and perpetuated many falsehoods. Unfortunately, much of the same continues today.
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