Friday, January 31, 2014 • 2:21 PM Comments (1)

From the Stranger than Fiction Department

posted by James Heflin

If you need some truly wild reading (and viewing), check out this case of supposed possession, documented by case workers, police, and the clergy. And all of it in contemporary Indiana.

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