#CharlieCharlieChallenge: Are your kids trying to summon a Mexican demon?

And you thought the #KylieJennerChallenge was weird.

Teens apparently are trying to summon an imaginary Mexican demon in the latest social-media craze – a game called the #CharlieCharlieChallenge.

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According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and WBLI, the game goes like this: Draw four quadrants on a piece of paper, writing "YES" and "NO" in opposing corners, balance two pencils atop one another in a plus-sign formation, and then ask, "Charlie, Charlie are you here?"

If the pencil moves and points to yes, you can draw on the demonic life experience of "Charlie" — described as either a dead child or a Mexican deity – by asking yes-or-no questions.

The fad may owe its brief halo of fame to an Instagram post by a central Georgia girlaccording to the Washington Post. Other teens are now posting videos of the game to social media. 

 Click here or scroll down to see some of the posts.

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