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Jonathan Peerc, the psychic debunker, sets out to prove the phenomena of Charlie Charlie at 3 am is fake. However he captures irrefutable truth that the pencil game Charlie Charlie is truly real. Proof for the first time exists in this shocking video.

Setting up two cameras at 3 in the morning on Halloween 201, Dr. Peerc’s footage does NOT cutaway. The raw footage is presented here for objective examination.

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Dr. Peerc does not believe in ghosts. He does not believe in the after life. He examines psychic phenomena and paranormal activity with the idea of finding truth. That truth is usually proof that the psychic activity is a con.

The idea of filming this at 3am came about because there is doubt on the internet as to whether Charlie Charlie is real. Some experts claim it isn’t. Others present arguments to the contrary. There is a lot of fake videos out there, most of which are easy to spot. We have examined this footage and determined that the tape has not been edited, and it is real. Contrary to what Dr. Peerc states, we conclude, through the evidence, that Charlie Charlie is indeed real, and should not be tried at home.

Charlie Charlie is based on the Spanish game “Juego de la Lapicera,” (game of pens.) It is a simplified version of a Ouija board, performed with two pencils as markers. On a piece of paper, four words are written down. Two say yes, two say no. The psychic asks “Charlie Charlie, are you here?” to which the hope is, the top pencil will turn to the yes, indicating the spirit is in the room.

Dr. Peerc never imagined what would happen when he set out to find the truth. He is currently writing a book on his ghost hunting experiences which is set to come out in 2018.

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