The True Story of the “Exorcist”

exorcist1I just recently read an article on the supposed true story of the Exorcist which infuriated me to say the least. The person that wrote it claims it had to do with a woman in Iowa and that is the farthest thing from the truth. Read the article below for yourself which is misleading everyone and I believe that people need to get their facts straight before they attempt to write such crap.

This Terrifying Real Life Exorcism In Iowa Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine

Now as the true story goes it was in the 1940’s in the United States that a priest of the Roman Catholic Church performed numerous amount of exorcisms on a 13-year-old boy by the name of Robbie Mannheim aka Roland Doe.

Robbie Mannheim Robbie Mannheim was born in 1935 and a victim of demonic possession. All the events were recorded by attending priest Raymond Bishop. Robbie was born into a German Lutheran family and they lived in Cottage City, Maryland. He was an only child and his only playmate was his Aunt Harriet who was a Spiritualist. It was her that introduced him to the Ouija Board before she died.

The true story behind The Exorcist

Here you have it folks all the truth behind the Exorcism the inspire not only the book but also the movie The Exorcist. This was a true to life story and will always be remembered by those of us involved in the Paranormal Field. It hits those of us that have actually been involved in Exorcisms at one time or another. There are definite dangers to any type of investigating but doing an exorcism in the most dangerous.

A demon will attack you when you least expect it and I have seen this done to one of my team members. I was also attacked by being kicked at and they tried to bite me. For all those involved in such an ordeal I just want to say to please be careful and may God be by your side at all times.

Judi Giramonti


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