Answering A Simple "Yes" Or "No" Was Never This Freaky, Until The #CharlieCharlieChallenge
The #CharlieCharlieChallenge has been exploding on social media since 25 May. It starts getting crazier when you find out that teens are actually posting videos of themselves while summoning a Mexican demon named "Charlie".
It starts with two pencils placed on a piece of paper in the shape of a cross then the words “yes” and “no” are written in boxes outlined by the pencils. Then participants ask “Charlie, Charlie are you here?”
And of course the Internet being the mother of trolls, people have spiced up the #CharlieCharlieChallenge:
One guy did a dubsmash of the challenge with the adorable 'Charlie Bit My Finger' Youtube video, IN A PANDA SUIT
Then we've got the fandoms like One Direction's where they are summoning the past experiences of 'Charlie', to find out which hottie from the band they are likely to marry...
And Bieber fans asking him to reveal when Justin's next album is coming out
We personally think this might be more horrifying than encountering the spirit.
There were some using this challenge to answer "the big questions"
A few creative people who probably couldn't find pencils, had to improvise with whatever they could get their hands on
You've even got people who wanted to stay original by using 'authentic' Mexican props
Lastly, you have total trolls who think that mere pencil and paper aren't a big enough sign for the spiritual encounter
The SAYS team decided to investigate if this supernatural phenomenon is true or not and here's what happened:
But then again, after digging a little deeper we stumbled upon THIS to our horror