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    (#6) South Korean Family's Exorcism Of Family Member

    Five members of a South Korean family were arrested in Germany in 2015 when police discovered a 41-year-old woman who had been bound to a bed in a hotel room, gagged, and beaten to death over the course of what appeared to be an exorcism. Authorities determined she had died from suffocation as a result of force to her chest and stomach while her mouth was gagged with towels and a clothes hanger. Police found another injured woman, related to those arrested, who was suffering from dehydration and hypothermia. One of the arrested family members was the deceased woman's own son.

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    (#1) The Exorcism Of Anneliese Michel

    In 1976, a 23-year-old German girl named Anneliese Michel died of dehydration and malnutrition after more than 60 exorcisms were performed on her throughout a period of 10 months. Her troubles started at 16 when she had a seizure. She was later diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy and depression. She was also reported to loathe religious icons, hear voices, and she became suicidal.

    Her family was convinced she was possessed and eventually talked a pair of priests into exorcising her. Her parents and the priests were convicted of negligent homicide, and the film The Exorcism of Emily Rose is based on Anneliese’s case.

  • Eder Guzman-Rodriguez's Exorcism Of His Child on Random Real Exorcisms Gone Terrifyingly Wrong

    (#7) Eder Guzman-Rodriguez's Exorcism Of His Child

    In 2011, Eder Guzman-Rodriguez, of Virginia, beat his 2-year-old daughter, Jocelyn, to death while attempting to exorcize a demon he believed had entered her body. She was found beaten and strangled on a bed, and several religious books had been placed around her body.

    Before he murdered his daughter, he beat his wife to the point of blacking out so that she could not stop him. He was sentenced to 20 years and 11 months in prison.

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    (#3) The Exorcism Of Israa Zourob

    A 17-year-old Palestinian girl named Israa Zourob died during an exorcism in 2014. Abu Khalil al-Zamili, the sheikh conducting the exorcism, forced her to drink a liter of water that had been mixed with salt in order to get the supposed demon to release her. Her mother, who watched her perish, said that he and the girl’s brother forced her to drink after she complained that the water was too salty.

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    (#15) The Exorcism Of Kristy Bamu

    Magalie Bamu and her boyfriend, Eric Bikubi, murdered Bamu’s 15-year-old brother, Kristy Bamu. Kristy and four of his siblings were visiting Bamu and Bikubi in London, though they lived in Paris, for the holidays in 2010. Bikubi soon became convinced that Kristy had been practicing witchcraft and subjected him to horrible torture for several days, which included beatings and starvation.

    Kristy ultimately drowned in a bath Bikubi made him take for ritual cleansing purposes on Christmas Day.

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    (#10) The Exorcism Of Terrance Cottrell

    Eight-year-old Terrance Cottrell died during an exorcism at Faith Temple Church of the Apostolic Faith in Milwaukee in 2003. Terrance’s mother believed that the church could help cure her autistic son. She also believed he was being used as a vessel for communication by evil spirits.

    During one prayer session, the boy was wrapped in sheets. The boy suffocated and his death was ruled a homicide. The boy’s mother had only been attending the church for three months before her son’s death.

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Nowadays, most contemporary historians, medical scientists attribute the supernatural phenomenon of "ghost possession" to human mental illness. The Catholic Church of the Vatican recognizes the legality of exorcism in accordance with the Bible and tradition and retains the exorcism ceremony. Larger parishes also have priests responsible for exorcism. Exorcism is an ancient tradition of many cultural and religious belief systems.

According to the spiritual beliefs of the exorcist, she can perform elaborate rituals or simply order and make ghosts leave the human body. Since the 18th century, exorcism has always existed in real life, and there are still many exorcism rituals around the world that have been recognized. The random tool introduced 15 creepy true stories about real exorcisms.

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