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She said he would change in front of her from what was normal behavior to what she called evil. She said he would eat bugs, pull out his hair, laugh and scream at the same time. He would cut himself with glass and smash anything he could get his hands on.
Her family moved in with the brother and sister in order to help keep him under control. His room was always colder than the rest of the house. The family thought it would be best to keep him locked in his room until they could think of a way to help him. She said he had seen a physician and psychologist just a month ago. They said there was nothing wrong with him and could do nothing at this time.
She said that someone in her family suggested that she should try to look for someone with expertise in personal haunting or exorcism. She saw our website http://www.orderofexorcists.com and contacted us.
We went to the address she gave us and were surprised to find the house next to an old cemetery.
She was looking outside the front window on the second floor when we arrived. She opened the door and lead us to the living room where she gave us additional background information about her brother's condition.
She said her father worked at the old mortuary, the building next door that closed many years ago and her brother would help with the newly deceased bodies. He was only 8 years old at the time. She said her father would leave him alone for hours with the new body arrivals and he would talk and play with them.
She said her father passed away in the back room just outside of the viewing area in the mortuary. No one knew he passed on until one day a customer found his body. She said he was missing for four months and all that time her brother would go out every day to play in the mortuary and help his dad with the newly deceased.
As she told us the story she dropped her head and started to cry. At that moment she lifted her face from her lap as we watched her face and body change before our own eyes.
She no longer seemed to be that innocent little lady who called us for help, but a strong muscular person with an evil sounding voice. She stood up and appeared to be five or six inches taller. She was a totally different person. She now looked like a man. With a laugh and a deep voice said "Are you ready to play?"
The room became very cold and objects in the room started flying and smashing against the walls all around us and then the screaming began. We were caught completely by surprise. The first thing we did was to run out of there very rapidly, and from outside the house we could regroup.
There were no family members or anyone else in the house. He was there all alone. We had to make a decision to go and not get involved, or to stay and try to help. Granted, we had no real proof that this was not a mental health issue, but instead someone who ready needed our services.
There were so many issues to be concerned with, not to mention all the legal issues. We were about to leave when we heard her voice screaming out the window saying, "Please don't go. I need your help, please." I have been an exorcist for many years, have been in the face of evil many times, but I never hear anyone's cry for help be so sincere.
At that moment I decided to pray and made a decision to help this poor soul from what appeared to be demonic possession, regardless of the consequences.
With the help of two of my assistants we went back in the house, held her down, and the possessed began to pray. She looked normal for a few minutes and then her appearance changed once again, into this evil male demon. Screaming "You have no power here, get out now while you can or you will die." He started breathing fast and heavy. His tongue was hanging outside his mouth while screaming obscenities and cursing. We begin the exorcism ritual that ended four days later.
The possessed was actually the lady who first called and said the exorcism was for her brother. She had transformed into a male demonic figure. She now lives with her aunt in another city and goes to church regularly.
Archbishop Ron Feyl
Page Updated Last on: Mar 29, 2015