Top 10 Creepy Cases Of Demonic Possession

Top 10 Creepy Cases Of Demonic Possession

September 16, 2019 100 By William Hollis


Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing
Channel On The Internet! I am your host, Rebecca Felgate and today
we are talking the Top 10 Creepy Cases Of Demonic Possession….because of course we
are! We are straight up spoke dukes and we won’t
be stopped. Before we get into this video, I want you
to tell me what your star sign is…. Just cause….. Also….can you guess mine? LIKE SHARE, COMMENT, LINKS in description
box. 10 – Julia
Julia is my sister’s name! Also, on the day of scripting this video it
is her birthday! Happy birthday Julia! The best human alive. This story is not about my sister…and while
I am sure I have made the odd demonically possessed joke about her in our youth, she
most definitely is free of the devil. The Julia in this story was filled with him. A Yale graduate and self expressed man of
science, Dr Richard Gallagher, experienced a possession so dastardly that it had him
question his beliefs. The Ivy League-educated, board-certified psychiatrist
who teaches at Columbia University and New York Medical College came across a woman named,
you guessed it – Julia! She was a strange woman with flowing bloack
clothes and goth makeup. She proclaimed herself queen of a satantic
cult but she had approached a priest because she was worried that she was possessed. Gallagher said that objects would fly off
shelves around her and she new odd details about Gallagher’s life. The Professor said that Julia started appearing
to him even when she wasn’t there. 9 – The Wain-uio-mata Mak-utu Lifting
In 2009 a teenager girl died and another had her eyes gouged out during a Maouri Exorcism
performed by her relatives who believed that they were cursed. The teens has stolen a lion statue from a
pub and therefore were subjected to a several day long exorcism. The surviving teenager recounted the experience
saying that he family stood around her in a circle in water at her grandparents home
and told her to go with peace and love. She arrived at hospital with her eyes oozing
blood and claimed she had been forced to drink urine and repeatedly kicked by her family. The lengthy trial of the girls family members
lasted 29 days, making headines and causing controversy as many maori people supported
the practice of Makutu. One uncle and four aunts were found guilty
of the drowning andabuse. So…..is demonic possession real, or can
it easily be faked. Consider this at number 8 Marther Brossier lived in the mid 1500s and
was accused of fraud after it was suspected that she had faked demonic possessions, which
at the time brought her considerable fame. She said she suffered a shortness of breath,
she could not stick out her tongue, and she would regularly gnash her teeth. She would spasm and complain of voices in
her head. How was her fraud discovered? It seems she was tricked into drinking holy
water under the guise of normal water… which reportedly had no effect. Right. That solves that then?! How she was able to speak with her mouth shut
in fluent and intelligible French, English and Greek is a mystery. 7 – The Real Exorcism of Emily Rose
So you may have seen the 2005 movie, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, It is on Netflix I believe
and it is quite the horror show! The real Emily Rose is about a teenager called
Anna Elisabeth Michel who lived a very very religious life in Bavaria in West Germany. She attended mass twice a week and was raised
in a very catholic environment. Annaelise, as she was known, suffered from
Epilepsy and possible Schizophrenia. She began hearing voices that she would rot
in hell and claimed she would have horrifying visions while praying. Her religious family were convinced she was
possessed and as a result her conditioned worsened. A local priest also became convinced there
was a demon in her so called for an exorcism in 1975. Bishop Strangl, with the permission of Annaeliese’
parents, conducted 67 exorcisms on the young woman. Emily died age 23 after suffering a year of
demonic Exorcisms during which she was starved, contracted Pneumonia and had broken knees
from having to kneel so often. It was ruled her death was preventable. 6 – The Devil Made Me Do It This is one Ed and Lorraine Warren Case that
even the pair of spooky investigators who by and large had seen it all were scared of! The story starts off with an 11 year old boy
named David Glatzel. Along with catholic priests, the pair were
called in to try and rid the boy of the demon. Over several days of grueling spiritual work,
the group believed that they had exorcised the unwanted spirit….. But there was a dramatic twist; the warrens
claimed that the demon fled into his brother, 18 year old Arne’s body, although they didn’t
realize at the time. Just months later, Arne wasn’t feeling himself
at all….then one night killed his landlord in an argument. His defence lawyer argued that he was possessed
and the Warrens were actually called in to testify in court – with the pair claiming
they did indeed believe him to be possessed by none other than the devil, just as he claimed. After their testimony, Arne served just 5
years in jail and was released in his mid twenties. Where he is now? I don’t know. If the devil was ever exorcised from him…. We don’t know. 5- Madmoiselle Elizabeth De Ranfaing
Mademoiselle Ranfaing became a widow in 1617 after which she was heavily courted by her
physician. It seems he would buy her gifts and, after
she rejected him, he prescribed her a liquid which was later thought to have been a love
potion. She started behaving strangely but the man
continued to treat her with potions. The ailments she suffered led people to believe
that she was possessed and she was exorcised in 1619. During her exorcism it is said a demon presented
itself and spoke in French, Greek, Latin, Hebrew and Italian and was reportedly able
to know and recite the thoughts and sins of various individuals who examined her. The demon was persistent but eventually mademoiselle
Ranfaing was cured. The physician who had slipped her the potions
was burned alive for practicing magic. Cripes…the 17th century was an intense time! The stakes were so high! 4 – Salvador Dali I love me a bit of Salvador Dali! Especially in the extreme moustache years. The 20th Century surrealist artist created
some thought provoking and subversive work, such as The Persistence of Memory and Lobster
Telephone. The Spanish visionary regularly offended the
catholic church however in his later life the artist wrote in defense of the religion. Friar Gabriele Maria Berardi claimed to have
performed an exorcism on Dali in France in 1947. Allegedly the artist created a sculpture of
Christ and gave it to Friar Berardi as a thank you. The man certainly was quirky – but was expressly
so in the 1930s and early 40s. Perhaps the genius behind his work all along
was the devil… but honestly I’d say it was most likely absinthe. 3 – The Tanacu Exorcism
Some nasty things went down in in Romania… In June 2005, a nun was crucified in the mountain
village of Tanacu…which…I mean what on earth…that is some straight up horror movie
stuff. Sister Irina Cornici grew up in an orphanage
and, following her death, her brother testified that he had witnessed satan go into her. Um. It seems that Sister Irina may have been mentally
ill and would giggle during mass. It seems she got into an argument with 29
year old priest, Father Corogeanu. As a result, he claimed that she was possessed
by satan. She was bound, gagged and exorcised – however
it seems father Corogeanu claimed she was beyond salvation. He had her crucified – An article in the Daily
Telegraph from 2005 claims she was found gagged and chained to a cross… After her death, the priest claimed that God
had performed a miracle. At her funeral, claps of thunder rang out
as the coffin was lowered into the ground, which the priest said was a sign “that the
will of God has been done”. What a nutter. Those involved in the nuns murder were sent
to jail, but no one served more than 7 years. In this case, a priest and four nuns went
to jail… We have a very shocking case at number 2
Mother Teresa Mother Teresa is considered to have been one
of the holiest women to have blooming well lived! The woman received a nobel peace prize. ALTHOUGH I will say other reports say that
she was cruel and friends with top leaders of masonic cults…soo…I don’t know. Mother Teresa fell illin 1996, breaking her
collarbone. Months later she contracted malaria and suffered
heart failure. It seems that the Arch Bishop of Calcutta
ordered a priest to perform an exorcism because he thought he was under attack by the devil. He said she was very agitated and would remove
wires from her body in hospital. This is the exorcism case that inspired The
Exorcist. 1 – Roland Doe
In the late 1940s a number of priests performed an exorcism on a boy in the United States. The boy was kept anonymous as he was just
14 years old, with reports made by the church assigning him the pseudonym of Roland Doe. It seems his aunt introduced him to an ouija
board before she died, after which the family experienced a haunting. Events got worse as objects started flying
or levitating when the boy was near. Priests were called in to exorcise him, and
during the first procedure, the boy broke free of restraints, broke a bedspring and
used it to slash a priest. The boy was taken to The Alexian Brothers
Hospital in St Louis Missouri where he was placed in a psychiatric wing before his next
exorcism. Doctors and nurses said that the words hell
and evil appeared in marks on his body. Finally the demon was exorcised and the hospital
was later razed. WELL that was the Top 10 Cases of Demonic
Possession. Comment from Top 10 Cursed Paranormal Games
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of Catan with me. Be warned Jozef, I’ll be straight on that longest road tactic and you can’t stop
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