Before World Series Game 6 on Halloween, we asked the Ouija board who would win
With Game 6 of the World Series falling on Halloween -- when the veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest -- we knew what we had to do: Pull out our trusty spirit board and see if the baseball-loving ghosts hanging around Dodger Stadium had any predictions.
Only problem: Most fans were too terrified to even come near the board (one fan even shook their cross at us). Eventually, we found two groups willing to take part. So, was it a spectral hand that predicted an Astros win in Game 6, or just some overzealous, corporeal Houston fans?
Did ghosts predict that Rich Hill would pitch seven innings, or were these merely hopeful Dodgers fans?
While got both predictions were proven wrong in the Dodgers' 3-1 victory, that doesn't mean the information wasn't from ghosts -- maybe they're are just proof that you can't predict baseball.
Watch the video above and remember: Never play in a cemetery and always say "good-bye" when you're done. And then tune in for the must-win Game 7 of the World Series presented by YouTubeTV on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.