Many years ago, I was shopping at a very exclusive flea market in upper Miami when lo and behold the most beautiful ouija board caught my eye. I've held on to this ouija board for 20 years! It has remained untouched ... until tonight. This being most magical night of the year because it's Friday the 13th, the night Slaughter House was born.
I've always pondered what become of peoples' old, discarded consoles, so tonight I am going to conjure their lost souls! What do you think will be in the shadows of the beyond, an Atari Jaguar? Perhaps a tormented Virtual Boy is forever lingering in the shadows of the unknown. Hold on to your sanity and join me in this spiritual nerdy, journey.
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