Is the Charlie Charlie Pencil Game a Silly Trend? Do you think the Charlie Charlie Challenge is real or fake?
The Charlie Charlie Challenge
Hey everybody this is Alejandro. I am on the road this week and I am currently spending the night at a friend’s house in Dallas. What I decided to do, since I am just hanging out, is try the Charlie Charlie pencil game. The Charlie Charlie challenge has been probably popular for a week now, maybe a couple of weeks, and it kind of reminds me of a séance or an Ouija board. You are supposed to be able to talk to a spirit, a Mexican demon named Charlie actually, using a piece of paper and pencils. Honestly like everything paranormal I start of really skeptical until proven otherwise, but I try to be open minded enough to try anything once (even though the whole idea of a Mexican demon named Charlie who comes and talks to you through a piece of paper and pencils seems like a little bit of a stretch).
Is The Pencil Game Real?
I think without a doubt, the hardest part about getting the pencil game to work is getting the pencils to balance. However, once balanced I was able to prove how it is easy to get the pencils to move by blowing on them. The effect looks really cool on camera, but as far as getting a “demon” name Charlie to move the pencils nothing happened. Does that mean it doesn’t work? Does that mean all those videos that show it work are fake? Well obviously I can’t say for certain 100 percent, but in my own personal opinion it just seems like the pencil game is a fad. Until I see something real concrete to back the Charlie Charlie game up I will continue to be skeptical. But hey, if somebody knows that it works or has seen it work in person let me know in the comment section below. Convince me the Charlie Charlie game is real.