The belief in spirit possession has remained virtually unchanged since the beginning of civilization and still exists to this day. “The Exorcism Prayer” dives into the religious practice of evicting demons from a person, or areas that are believed to be possessed and goes after the truth, and returns with true stories that may haunt you forever.
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