Many are familiar with the story of the Bye-Bye Man. He was a blind albino born in Lousiana in the 1920s or 1930s. Because of his pale skin and pink eyes, his parents decided to put him in an orphanage. Although blind, he would continually try to run away from the orphanage. When he was a teenager, a nurse tried to stop him from running away. They found her body mutilated with a pair of scissors but never found the boy. The numbers of mutilations and murders in the area later increased and so did the number of albino sightings.
The legend of the Bye-Bye Man grew and it was said that he only killed those who thought of him often. Thinking about him acts as a beacon and it would surely result in your death, according to the story.
A few young adults inherited an old Ouija board. After much experimentation, they started to grow bored talking to the same eight or so entities day after day. The board told them they could talk to a more sinister entity that was not only human but still alive. The board was referring to the Bye-Bye Man. When they continually asked of the Bye-Bye Man's location, they discovered he was getting closer to their city.
The story is much more gruesome than mentioned here and if you are interested in the all the grisly details, you can read about it in "The President's Vampire" by Robert Damon Schneck. The chapter is called "The Bridge to Body Island."
THIS IS A GLOW IN THE DARK HIGHLY ACTIVE OUIJA BOARD WITH AN ENTITY ATTACHED KNOWN AS LIGHTS OUT MAN. ALL SORTS OF ENTITIES COME THROUGH THE BOARD BUT LIGHTS OUT MAN TRIES TO KEEP THE OTHERS OUT. LIGHTS OUT MAN IS ALIVE AND NOT DEAD.
Are Lights Out Man and Bye-Bye Man the same entity? Is the macabre legend just a misunderstanding? The only way to find out is to ask...