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Located in Windber, Pennsylvania, the historic Grand Midway Hotel was built over 100 years ago and is allegedly haunted; if you’re a fan of the paranormal, there’s a good chance you’ve seen it pop up on any number of ghost-hunting shows. But when filmmaker Blair Murphy bought the hotel and moved in with his family, the paranormal activity in the building seemed to cease.

That is until he and his girlfriend played with an Ouija board.

“It seemed to kick things up into an entire new level of paranormal activity,” Murphy recalled, speaking with Guinness World Records. But rather than being scared of the uptick in bizarre activity, Murphy was inspired. With the help of eight artists, the hotel’s owner turned the building’s roof into a massive Ouija board, and Guinness just crowned it the largest in the world.

Measuring 121.01 m² (1,302.54 ft²), the rooftop Ouija board was hand-painted by Murphy and his team, and the super-sized planchette is outfitted with a set of three large wheels.

“The hotel roof was this massive blank canvas just waiting for the perfect project to present itself,” said Murphy, “A Ouija world record roof was a perfect match for our place.”

Murphy says that when the weather gets nicer, he and the hotel’s invited guests will head up to the roof and use the record-holding Ouija board to make contact with the dead.

Just a side note: “The recommended age to have a Ouija Board is 8+ years old. So, you need to be 21 years old to drink alcohol and 8 to summon the devil.”

Via Bloody Disgusting