A.G. Ruff is the creative force behind Madam Sheol's Curious Treasures product line and online shop. Manufacturer and Inventor of Victorian Era inspired Parlor Games, Eccentric curios and Novelties. Ms. Ruff is an experienced lecturer, speaking at conventions and conferences regarding the history and use of Talking Boards and various other oracles and prediction tools, and currently serves as Secretary for the Talking Board Historical Society.
Name: A.G. Ruff
Lives in: Olympia, Washington
Company: Madam Sheol's Curious Treasures
Unique traits: A.G. Ruff first found success as Owner and Designer of Speaking With Spirits Talking Boards between the years of 1999-2007, quickly becoming one of the top selling handcrafted Talking Board manufacturers in the United States, and enjoying strong international sales as well. A.G. and Speaking with Spirits Talking Boards were featured in several articles and periodicals including Visions UK Magazine, and were used by the Horror Channel to promote their launch. A.G. Ruff's "Carnevil" Talking Board is displayed in the Ripley's Believe it Or Not Museum in Salem Mass., was purchased by film production companies for promotional marketing use, and her "Esoterica" Talking Board was slated to be included in the Josef Rusnak film "Solo". (Film title changed to "The Uninvited".)