Tonight on The 'X' Zone - Robert Murch - The Talking Board Historical Society
The history, the value, and education and entertainment interview on the growth of Talking Boards in the Paranormal, the Media and Society.
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Murch showcases his research and knowledge on his web sites robertmurch.com and williamfuld.com, having collaborated with Hasbro, Winning Moves, USAopoly, TCG Toys, and ToyCo (producers of the Ouija board today), the National Archives, the Library of Congress, and on various films including Ouija, Ouija: Origin of Evil, Ghost Team, Inherent Vice, What Lies Beneath, Sugar & Spice, and Drive-Thru. He'salso consulted on or appeared in numerous TV programs featuring Ouija, including Fox's The Exorcist, Investigation Discovery's True Nightmares, UKTV W's Celebrity Haunted Hotel Live, Destination America's Exorcism: Live!, Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures and Mysteries at the Museum, TNT's Rizzoli & Isles, A&E's Storage Wars and Paranormal State, Showtime's Bullshit!, Smithsonian Channel's My Million Dollar Invention, HGTV's Who's Lived in my House?, CBS Sunday Morning, and 30 Odd Minutes. Numerous periodicals including the Smithsonian Magazine, TIME Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Baltimore Sun, and Inventors Digest consulted Murch for popular articles on Ouija boards and featured him and his research on the topic while reddit tapped him to host an IAmA on all things Ouija.
Murch is a returning guest on The 'X' Zone Radio Show, Coast to Coast AM and an accomplished international lecturer, speaking at museums and conferences around the world. He was named guest curator of the Baltimore Museum of Industy's groundbreaking Ouija exhibit Let the Spirit Move You, often collaborates with the Strong – The National Museum of Play, The British Library, and through the Talking Board Historical Society, organized OuijaCon 2015 which celebrated Ouija's 125th Anniversary with the city of Baltiimore. In 2016 he turned his home into a Ouija and Talking Board Museum instantly attracting the public's attention.