Christian reverend claims 1973 cult classic The Exorcist is 'real'
... in its depictions of demonic expulsion and reveals he's witnessed 'levitations, displays of superhuman strength and people's eyes turning entirely black'
- Reverend Bill Bean claims he has witnessed levitations, bizarre displays of superhuman strength and has even seen people’s entire eyes change color
- Bean said that the classic 1973 horror film The Exorcist is scarily accurate in its portrayals of demonic expulsions
- He spoke of an exorcism he conducted in San Diego in which a woman was said to developed ‘snake eyes,’ and began contorting her body like a reptile
- The reported contortion draws comparison to the infamous ‘Spider Walk’ scene in the Exorcist that was removed from the movie upon it initial release
- Bean says he has also witnessed dangerous displays of ‘superhuman strength’ from those supposedly under the spell of an evil spirit
- Bean added that others have spit on him, attempted to bite him, kick him, throw things at him or even tried to stab him.
A Christian reverend who claims to have nearly a decade of experience exorcising demons says the that the classic 1973 horror film The Exorcist is scarily accurate in its portrayals of demonic expulsions.
Reverend Bill Bean, from Baltimore, Maryland, claims he has witnessed levitations, bizarre displays of superhuman strength and has even seen people’s entire eyes change color during his seven years in the business of exorcism.
‘I’ve actually seen people levitate,’ he told the UK news outlet, the DailyStar. ‘I’ve seen their eyes change from our regular-looking eyes to either all-white or all-black – red in one case.’
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