I think it is a kind of card, but when you take it felt a strange noise so I decided to keep it and look at her if they have any answer please help'm desperate
Aces and Eights: Bill Hickok, so they say, was shot dead during a poker game in which he held two pairs, aces and eights. (The fifth card remains one of history's mysteries.) That holding has subsequently come to be known as the "Dead Man's Hand" and is commonly placed into the hands of characters in Westerns who meet their demises before the end of the film
The Curse of Scotland: The nine of diamonds was supposedly christened thus after being used by John Dalrymple, Secretary of State and Master of Stair, to pass on instructions for the infamous Glen Coe Massacre of 1692. Whether or not he did write "Kill them all" on this pasteboard, the arrangement of the nine diamonds on its face bears some resemblance to the Dalrymple crest of arms, which can also account for the association of this card with that man.
Black Jacks: Such a two-card combination is said to bring poverty and unhappiness.
Red Jacks: Such a pair signals its holder has an enemy unknown to him.
The Devil's Bedpost: Also called "The Devil's Four-Poster," and "The Devil's Four-Poster Bed," and "The Devil's Bedstead," the four of clubs is believed by many to be a blight upon any hand into which it is dealt, turning good cards bad (that is, transforming favorable-looking combinations into losers as play develops). Players feel particularly cursed if the four of clubs is dealt to them on the first hand of the session.
Superstition has it that ill results await the player who engages in a game of cards on a bare table rather than upon one covered by cloth. Which, in a way, makes some sense: cards could easily be read during the deal as they passed over a polished surface, or slide off the edge of the table by accident. Making it harder to slide the cards about on the table would reduce cheating too.
Sitting cross-legged as you play cards is bad luck as well. One is, after all, making a cross and therefore working a hex sign on oneself.
Playing in a room where there's a dog is frowned upon. Pooches bring bad luck to card players.
If you use a standard 52 card deck as a tarot the joker is representative of the fool. Which isn't a bad thing. It can symbolize a lack caution but also a new beginning or the start of an adventure.
Reseating yourself can change bad luck to good by getting up and walking around your chair or the table. When in desperate straits, turn your chair around and sit astride it. ("Turn your chair and turn your luck.") To reseat yourself without the other players knowing what you're about, slip your handkerchief between your bottom and the chair, thus breaking contact with the unlucky seat.
Hangman's Rope: Carry a bit of it in your pocket to bring good luck at cards.
Picking up or playing one's cards with the left hand: The left hand has long been associated with evil ("sinister" was born of a Latin word that had two meanings: "on the left side" and "unfavorable/harmful"), so handling one's cards with this ill-favored appendage presages a bad outcome.
Cool as this sounds, I've tried matching this up on cards in RL with no success.