Halloween Special: Cursed Games
DISCLAIMER: I WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURY FOR ANNYONE WHO ATTEMPTS THIS.
WARNING: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME.
For no reason in particular, here are some haunted cursed games that I found interesting and how they work. DO NOT try this at home, unless of course, you want to put your life in danger.
1. The Elevator Game
This is probably the most spooky one. The Elevator Game is a popular game in which the player tries to transport him or herself to another dimension. Here's how it works:
The player presses buttons in a specific order that will send them to another dimension. People have reported seeing a mysterious woman enter the elevator at one point, and if you step out on the wrong dimension, you will die.
For detailed instruction on how the game works, go to:
The scary part of this game, is that one of the creepiest unsolved mysteries is connected to it...
The body of Elisa Lam, a Canadian student at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, was recovered from a water tank atop the Cecil Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles on February 19, 2013. There were no marks of trauma, assault or even suicide. She had been reported missing at the beginning of the month.
There was the latest footage of her before she went missing, which have left detectives speechless....
She entered an elevator, and pressed the buttons in a strange order, and kept looking outside. For a whole 3 minutes, the doors did not close, and she seemed to be talking to an invisible person.
There is a high chance she had been playing the Elevator Game, but it is not certain. Here is the link of the camera footage:
2. Red Door Yellow Door
This is probably the safest game as it doesn't involve ghosts, just the consciousness of your mind, and it usually works. You need at least 2 people, and others can sit and watch. The guide massages the player's temples and chants to make them slip into a trance.
Once the player is in their mind, the guide will ask them questions, which they will answer. There will be many coloured doors and stairs, and the guide makes the decision if the player can enter one.
Some rooms just have random objects, but others may have a memory you didn't know about, or you may even see your mother who passed away when you were young. However, there are some twists;
If the player sees mirrors or clocks, the guide has to wake them up. Seeing a white shirted man, or even a dog or bear is also dangerous.
If you get killed in the game, it will be hard for you to wake up from the trance. You may find yourself being conscious but unable to open your eyes. For more info check out :
3. The Answer Man
This game involves a group of friends, preferably 10, with their phones. The timing must be accurate here to make it work. Each person will be in a circle, and call the person on their right at the same time.
Typically, all the phones will switch to voicemail, but one person's phone will be picked up by the 'Answer Man'. Only the person who got their phone answered can talk to him. You can ask him anything, even lottery winning numbers, and he will answer you correctly, however, he will ask you a (usually simple) question in return.
You must answer honestly or you will lose one of your limbs in an accident. Try not to ask him another question, even if he bribes you, as his return question will be something you cannot answer at all.
For the full instructions, check out
4. Baby Blue
This game is probably the most pointless one, but it is scary. You stand in front of a mirror and cradle your arms as if you are holding a baby. Then, you chant "Baby blue, blue baby" 13 times.
You will feel a weight on your arms, which is the baby. This is when things get messed up; you immediately have to open your toilet bowl and flush the 'baby', because almost immediately, the baby's mother will appear in the mirror. She is believed to be Bloody Mary.
The mother will scream for you to return her baby, and she can come out of the mirror and hurt you, so it's best to flush the baby fast.
For a video on people who actually tried it out, check out
5. Wall Knock Ghost
This game is a Japanese horror game which involves communicating with spirits. There is a belief that in every room, there is a spirit hidden in it.
As you knock the walls around a room, there will be a spot where the wall is hollow. This is where a trapped spirit is in. You can write some answers on a paper, or even place objects on the ground.
Next, hold a pencil, with the tip facing the wall. As you ask the question and drop the pencil, it should fall on the answer.
Well, that's about it for now. I don't have any idea why anyone might want to play these, but it's spooky just to think about it. Hope you guys enjoyed! Happy Halloween!!!