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Santa Barbara, Calif.
Mr. William Fuld,
The Ramona Book Store, of this place deals in many such things as Ouija-boards. I bought mine of the “Baltimore Mail Order House.” Have had quite a bit of fun with it lately. About the best thing so far was the writing of a question that a girl had thought of and intended to ask the board, but before she asked it or told anyone what it was, she forgot what it was that she was a going to ask, so someone suggested as a joke that we ask the board what her question was. We did so, and to every ones surprise, the board wrote out her question which she said was just what she was going to ask. She was not sitting at the board at the time, so she could not have had any thing to do with it. Of course this may seem to you as a common occurrence, but it was a new one to me. Is the “Ouija” guessing contest all over with? If not, please let me hear about it.
Very respectfully your's,
Ira A. Olds.
528 Brinkerhoff Ave.