Top 5 People Who Summoned A Demon

Top 5 People Who Summoned A Demon

September 4, 2019 20 By William Hollis


Welcome back – to Most Amazing Top 5. My name is Jack Finch, and today – I’ll
be your host as we cover, 5 Teenagers Who Summoned A Demon. Now – sometimes – some /things/ are just better
left alone. We’ve all heard stories of friends practicing
with Ouija boards, maybe they witnessed a glass fly across the room – but, you know
– do you ever /really/ believe them? A lot of kids these days have a pretty overactive
imagination – and it’s easy to get caught up in the mysticism of the occult. But in reality – none of them are going to
be accidently summoning Belial or the Demogorgon. Or are they? Before we begin – make sure to hit that subscribe
button down below – leave us a comment of any creepy Ouija board stories that you’ve
had. Without further adieu – let’s get started,
shall we? Coming in at Number 5 – we have the sinister
story of Clara Germana Cele. In 1906, Clara was a student at St. Michael’s
Mission in South Africa. She was reportedly an orphan of African origin
– but had been baptised as an infant – and at just 16 years old, Clara made a pact with
Satan. She later revealed what she’d done to the
overseeing priest, Father Horner Erasmus – but in an account written by a nun, it was already
too late. Clara was reported to be able to speak in
languages that she had no previous knowledge of. Witnesses reported that she could speak and
understand Polish, German, French – and any other language that they could throw at her. It was also reported that she had become clairvoyant
– revealing many of her neighbours most intimate of secrets. On top of this – she had seemed to have gained
an extraordinary strength and a violent temper. She threw nuns around the room as if they
were dolls, and it was reported that her screams resembled a savage beast – with one nun reported
that they sounded like a hellish choir. Well – the priest’s soon stepped in – and
Father Erasmus performed an exorcism on Clara. It lasted an incredible two days. At the pinnacle of the ritual, Clara was reported
to knock the Bible from the priests hand and attempt to choke him with his own shawl. Next up at Number 4 – we have the bizarre
story of Ronald Doe. Now – many people claim that the story of
Ronald Doe is the true inspiration for the classic horror film, The Exorcist. The story begins in the late 1940s. Ronald, who was 13 years old at the time,
was traumatised by the loss of his beloved Aunt Harriet. His aunt was a spiritualist – who had a fascination
with the occult – and she’d taught him many things, including how to properly use a Ouija
board. You know where this is going, right? Hoping to contact his recently dead aunt,
Ronald set about using the Ouija board to make contact with her. Well, someone else picked up the call. In early 1949, Ronald began to experience
strange things. Scratching sounds coming from around the house,
water dripping out of the walls – and then he witnessed his mattress flip itself over. Scratches began to appear on the boys body
with the letter X – which lead priests to believe that he had been possessed by ten
demons. Pretty unlucky. After months and months of gruelling exorcisms,
Ronald actually survived the ordeal – after reportedly witnessing a vision of St. Michael
defeating Satan’s armies on a great battlefield. *Good job* Bringing us in at Number 3 – we have the tale
of the Ammons Family. Now, this story is pretty weird – but whatever
the true outcome, it led to one of the strangest cases ever handled by the U.S Department of
Child Services – and many of its events are detailed in an 800 page report. It happened. It’s weird. Let’s jump in. In 2014 – mother of three Latoya Ammons, claimed
to police officials that her children had been possessed by demons. A pretty strong claim for anyone. But – well – when a social worker and hospital
nurse came to check on the children, they witnessed Latoya’s 9-year-old son walking
backwards … up a wall. That’s not all. Latoya says that the strange tale began /with
flies./ Wherever the children would be, there’d
be a swarm of big, ugly flies that followed them, despite constant cleaning and repellent. They also witnessed her 12-year-old daughter
levitating above her bed – unconscious. Seeking the aid of a Priest, the children
were reportedly violent and aggressive – they spoke in grave, beast like tones – and the
Priest believed that the children had been taken into possession by a demon named Beelzebub
– lord of the flies. The police officer who had led the case, publicly
stated that it was the strangest, most unexplainable thing that he’d ever seen. No kidding. Next up at Number 2 – we have the story of
Anna Ecklund. Now, this insane story of demonic possession
reportedly lasted over several decades, and followed Anna through her teenage years – and
most of her adult life. Born in 1882 in the United States Midwest,
Anna had exhibited demonic possession symptoms since the age of 14. Raised in a Catholic household, Anna began
to show strange signs during her adolescent years – developing a disgust for holy objects. It was also reported that she had a physical
inability to enter a church. It is thought that by the time Anna was 26
– she was fully possessed by at least 7 demons. During a 23 day long exorcism, dozens of people
witnessed Anna do some pretty insane stuff – while she was unconscious, strange voices
would talk in unknown languages, she would often vomit tobacco leaves and foreign spices
– and she would verbally assault the people present with sins that they had committed
in childhood. It is believed that Anna’s first brush with
the demonic arts came from her aunt Mina – who was a reputed local witch, and would supposedly
prepare Anna’s food with strange herbs. The amount of records on Anna Ecklund is insane
– and her case is considered by paranormal scholars as the most abundantly documented
case of possession in the 20th century. And finally – at Number 1 – we have the true
story of Estefania Lazaro. Our number one spot is the real story that
inspired the Netflix hit horror film – Veronica. Have you guys seen it? It’s pretty good. Now, Estefania’s brush with demon’s remains
to be one of Spain’s most mysterious unsolved criminal cases. According to her parents, Estefania had developed
a slight interest in the occult, which gradually led the teenager to perform a séance at school
with her friends. According to a witness, they were attempting
to contact the boyfriend of one of the girls – who had recently died in a motorcycle accident. And – you guys guessed it – they used a Ouija
board. What happened next was a series of unexplainable
events that occurred over a 6 month stretch. Estefania would descend into a strange version
of herself – often having wild seizures and visions, and she would snap into fits of violent
rage – snarling and barking like a beast at her younger siblings. After months of torment – she mysteriously
passed away in her bedroom. Her death was unexplained. Her parents later reported walking past her
bedroom at night and seeing strange, evil looking, shadowy people. And then – on the evening of November 27th,
1990 – police received a frantic telephone call from the Lazaro household. Her parents reported “tall shadow people”
that had entered their home – and were terrified to go back inside. As police entered the house, they felt the
same, eerie presence that had plagued her parents. As they entered Estefania’s room – they
found a crucifix laying on the middle of the floor, and a poster that had been shredded
by claws. They witnessed furniture quickly shifting
across the room – and doors rapidly slamming. And on the floor – was a picture of Estefania
– that had fallen off the wall and ignited itself on fire. Only the photograph was burned – the frame,
including the glass – didn’t have a single scratch on it. That’s all we’ve got time for today – we
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