The Exorcist Was Inspired By This Horrifying Real Life Story

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The True Story Behind The Exorcist  

Since as long as we can remember, there has always been stories of possessions and exorcism. There have been videos that some say are the real deal while others say they’re fake. Whatever the case may be there is something going on. I don’t think everyone is making up stories just because the last person did the same thing. Maybe not all of the stories are real, but a handful of them you’ll probably wish they were once you heard them. This is one of those stories.

The Exorcism of Roland Doe

When the exorcist came out in 1973  everyone was freaked out at the possibility of actually being possessed by a demon or some type of paranormal entity. Back then most people didn’t know that The Exorcist was actually based on a true story. Now how true is debatable and usually Hollywood productions exaggerate stories a bit in order to make the movie interesting. 

Is that the case with the Exorcism of Roland Doe?

Those who witnessed the events that took place in the home of Roland Doe say that the movie is pretty close to what happened, but there are others who say its a bunch of nonsense, but who can you believe? It seems like EVERY movie these days are based on true stories, and then months later after the movie has been released we find out that it’s “loosely based” on the true story. 

Could this be the case of the Exorcist and the true story behind it?

Check out the full story of the The Exorcism of Roland Doe

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