Ghosts had became weary of dictating one letter at a time to the living, especially if they had poor spelling skills, so they welcomed the upgraded Nonnein Board which permitted them to shuffle the letters and spell out their own messages in 140 characters or less.
Predictably, the initial otherworldly communiqués were ominous, such as those below:
However, eerie threats and foreboding creepiness eventually gave way to genuine, inter-plane bonhomie:
The Nonnein Board also became a political interface between the spirit and earthly realms and by 1979 there were, in local government, several deceased politicians defending the social rights of both living and dead constituents. This wasn't without some controversy, as right-leaning politicians expressed concern at the idea of dead people immigrating to the UK and taking the jobs of the living.
Happy Halloween from Scarfolk Council.