13 Stories Of Demonic Possession That Are 100% True

1. Anneliese Michel

In the mid-1970s, a German woman named Anneliese Michel underwent 67 rites of exorcism. The Washington Post reported that “under the influence of her demons, Michel ripped the clothes off her body, compulsively performed up to 400 squats a day, crawled under a table and barked like a dog for two days, ate spiders and coal, bit the head off a dead bird and licked her own urine from the floor.” Her story was also the inspiration for The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

2. Brother Hermes Versus 35,000 Evil Spirits

Hermes Cifuentes, who is called “Brother Hermes” in his home country of Colombia, claims to have exorcised 35,000 evil spirits over the past 25 years. His method of exorcism, covering the body in mud and surrounding it with fire, is very unorthodox. Pictured above is Gisela Marulanda in the process of an exorcism performed by Brother Hermes.

3. The International Association of Exorcists

The Vatican now has an official arm of the church dedicated to the fight against demonic spirits. As of July 1, the Vatican’s International Association of Exorcists has 250 priests across the globe committed to the art of vanquishing evil from humans.

4. Bobby Jindal’s College Exorcism

Before he was the governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal was just your average college student who tried to compel a demon out of his friend Susan. He wrote about the experience in an article titled “Beating a Demon: Physical Dimensions of Spiritual Warfare.”

5. The Strange Case of Roland Doe

Roland Doe’s case has been the inspiration for several books and movies about exorcism, including Posessed and The Exorcist. Those who were around for the exorcism performed on Roland reported objects floating or moving across the room, as well as noises coming from inside the walls.

6. The Exorcism of Mother Teresa

According to the Archbishop of Calcutta, Mother Teresa was the subject of an exorcism. In 1997, Doctors could not explain why Mother Teresa was experiencing insomnia. Archbishop Henry Sebastian D’Souza said, “I thought she might be getting attacked by the devil.”

7. Michael Taylor and the Demon of Murder

On October 5, 1974, a Yorkshire man named Michael Taylor underwent an exorcism that lasted all night. After the exorcism was completed, he killed his wife, strangled his dog, and was found naked in the street and covered in blood. The exorcists claimed that “although they had driven forty evil spirits out of Taylor, a few remained, including the demon of murder.”

8. Clara Germana Cele

Clara Germana Cele was a South African schoolgirl who, in 1906, was reportedly possessed by a demon. Nuns who were present for Clara’s “condition” claimed that she could speak languages she had never heard before, that she could levitate up to five feet in the air, and that the only thing that would stop the levitation was holy water.

9. Demons of Indiana

Latoya Ammons claims her house in Gary, Indiana was infested with demons. Lights flickered, oil appeared on blinds, shadowy figures appeared from nowhere, and Latoya’s children were talking to ghosts or cursing in demonic voices. After several exorcisms on herself and her family, Ammons says she believes they were tormented by Beelzebub, the lord of the flies.

10. An Exorcism in the Philippines

National Geographic covered the story of a boy in the Philippines who violently shook whenever scripture was read to him. In the Philippines, the exorcist had to first figure out whether the evil spirit was Satan, or one of the many “demons, evil dwarves, or trolls” that are part of Filipino culture.

11. Julia

Dr. Richard Gallagher, a psychiatrist who is also a delegate to the International Association of Exorcists, wrote this account in the New Oxford Review regarding the demonic possession of a woman he calls Julia. Gallagher says items flew off of shelves while Julia levitated. She also would yell things like “leave her alone, you idiot” or “leave, you imbecile priest.”

12. The Demonic Dog and the Son of Sam

David Berkowitz, known as the Son of Sam, is a serial killer who tormented New York City from 1976 until 1977. When he was finally caught, he claimed that his neighbor’s dog, Harvey, was possessed by a demon that ordered the killings.

13. Text Messages from Hell

Demons pop up in the strangest places. A Polish priest named Father Marian Rajchel performed an exorcism on a teenage girl. After the ceremony was completed, Father Rajchel claims he began to receive text messages from the evil spirit he tried to cast out.

Bucksport, Maine 

Between Bangor and Belfast on Maine’s coast lies the small town of Bucksport, whose most famous 18th century citizen was Colonel Jonathan Buck. Buck’s grave in the local cemetery is marked by a large granite monument. 

The stone bears a curious stain or inclusion in the shape of a partial human leg and foot, supposedly due to a curse placed on Buck by a woman accused of witchcraft and later executed by hanging. After Buck’s death, the foot shape formed on the monument and numerous attempts to clean it off were unsuccessful. Is the “Cursed Tomb” real or just pareidolia? 

We’ll never know. Over many decades, details have changed, but the legend’s core remains the same: Buck wronged a woman and his memorial stone was marked by the vengeful spirit. The poet Robert Peter Coffin romanticized the Colonel Buck and the witch legend in his poem, The Foot of Tucksport.

Bucksport, Maine

Between Bangor and Belfast on Maine’s coast lies the small town of Bucksport, whose most famous 18th century citizen was Colonel Jonathan Buck. Buck’s grave in the local cemetery is marked by a large granite monument.

The stone bears a curious stain or inclusion in the shape of a partial human leg and foot, supposedly due to a curse placed on Buck by a woman accused of witchcraft and later executed by hanging. After Buck’s death, the foot shape formed on the monument and numerous attempts to clean it off were unsuccessful. Is the “Cursed Tomb” real or just pareidolia?

We’ll never know. Over many decades, details have changed, but the legend’s core remains the same: Buck wronged a woman and his memorial stone was marked by the vengeful spirit. The poet Robert Peter Coffin romanticized the Colonel Buck and the witch legend in his poem, The Foot of Tucksport.

"Bloods Point Road , Illinois , USA"

Bloods Point Road runs between Fairdale and Wheeler Roads with various other intersections from Stone Quarry to Cherry Valley completing the radius injecting with the area, making it one of the worst known hot beds in the state for paranormal energy that has been reported as actively haunted with ghostly sights and strange activity that simply cannot be explained. The local myth surrounding the ghost sightings include that of disembodied figures that appear to be that of a stench infested witch who is so disgustingly morbid to look at for more than a second or you will lose your lunch at the very sight of her to various restless corpses that were not given the proper burial that every human being has a right to expect, but instead were hung haphazardly by the neck without the least bit of mercy.

Traveling along Bloods Point Road, this haunted no man’s land comes alive during the late night hours when the moon offers a peak into the evil that lurks in and around the darkened trees. The feeble minded cannot help but to notice that the trees begin to take on the form of human beings standing guard while watching your every move, and when on foot their wooded limbs stretch in an effort to reach out and grab you. Perhaps the trees are attempting to warn you of things to come if you dare to continue on, but many claim that the heavily wooded area where the trees breathe life are where the ghosts congregate, and if you are quiet, you can watch their every move until they catch site of those that dare to trespass on their sacred grounds.

One of the legends handed down involves the decomposing and rancid smelling witch Beaula, who is believed to have hung her children and then herself from the Bloods Point Bridge. She has been seen walking late at night as if in search of someone or something as witnessed when you dare to look into her demonic red eyes that openly penetrate the very thing that they are staring back at. It is rumored that by simply laying your eyes on her ominous being you will feel the overpowering urge to run, but you find yourself incapable of doing so as an even stronger urge to vomit takes over even more. Bad luck often follows any living soul that is unfortunate enough to come in contact with this wretched woman who now walks among the restless corpses forever stuck in a dead mans’ hell. Beaula’s black cat has been known to run in front of vehicles, causing them to swerve to the side of the road where you will most likely find the feline’s owner walking along her path.

Phantom vehicles from big rigs and old school buses to vintage pick-up trucks are known to travel Blood Points Road all hours of the night, and a blaring red light from a ghost cop car has been seen by many unsuspecting travelers unfortunate enough to find them in the area where dead men walk. The railroad bridge is forever etched with memories of screaming children fighting for their lives after their school bus mysteriously crashed. The cries of help coming from the small passengers can still be heard on certain nights where the sound of no wind can be heard, but the distant anguish of suffering is the only sound that greets you. Mystery lights shine through the trees on Bloods Point Road and the highest percentage of paranormal activity has involved the bridge. Apparitions of both children and adults have been seen, and barking hellhounds have been known to chase cars down the road.

Founded in 1836, the Blood Points cemetery unfortunately falls prey to ghost hunters and thrill seekers, but the fact is that vandals of the historical grave site will meet with a life time of bad luck as disrespect to any of the markers of the many deceased residents of Boone County who lay beneath the tombstones and other monuments will forever haunt their souls by communicating with those from the other side that have the power to invade the mind of the living who reek of evil thoughts. Trespassers of the cemetery will be prosecuted and it is under a community watch 24 hours a day.

With all these horrible events there are many stories these days of seeing children standing on the road, hand marks on cars, strange noises and lights appearing in the trees around the roads.

Small video from my home town, and most haunted city in the uk

A Sefton paranormal group claims to have found evidence of spiritual activity in a Chester property and the video of the alleged apparition has been shared on social media all over the world.

The group, called Sefton Paranormal Investigations, was at Stanley Palace on the night of June 28 when they made the discovery.

Footage taken at the investigation reportedly captures the image of a person standing on a staircase in the 16th century Tudor building.

Co-founder Aaron Robinette is seen in the video with team member Joanne May at a location they identified as a hotspot.

Aaron, from Southport, said: “We were informed by the curator that there was a staircase with a door underneath it, where a man died.

“In the video, I’m sat on a chair and Joe is sat on the staircase, and we’re calling out to spirits.

“Nothing happened, but it was only when watching the video back that I saw it. It appears and disappears in shot, all in front of the camera.

“We try to disprove it and if we can’t find a natural explanation, like shadows or reflections, it’s the main reason I believe I can categorise it as paranormal.”

James Griffiths, Aaron Robinette and Alan Mee, who are part of Sefton Paranormal Investigations

 

The figure was described as a solid person with a visible nose, mouth and hair, which looks first at the camera and then up the stairs.

Aaron said that the video had over 7,000 views on its first day online, which has since risen to over 24,000.

The team uses a number of techniques such as laying down trigger objects which are filmed for any spiritual interaction.

Another method is the use of franks boxes which are specialised digital radios that scan on a loop for any spiritual communication.

Sefton Paranormal Investigations has been active for over five years and is a team of five volunteers.

Other members of the group are Pamela Robinette Alan Mee and Barry Harrison.

The fees charged by the team for events and tours are donated to Claire House Hospice, their chosen charity for 2014.

The group’s next events will be Lancaster Castle on July 28 and Liverpool Town Hall on October 31.

For more information visit www.seftonparanormal.com