PRIEST WHO PERFORMED REPORTED EXORCISMS IN TERRIFYING INDIANA CASE DOUBLES DOWN — AND THE REPORTER WHO BROKE THE STORY SPEAKS OUT..
Intrigue, fear and skepticism continue to abound following Latoya Ammons’ terrifying claims that she and her children were demonically possessed inside their Indiana home before a priest performed a series of exorcisms.
Despite debate over the validity of the claims, Father Mike Maginot doubled down in an interview with Bill O’Reilly last night, noting that what he saw was “something unworldly.” And Indianapolis Star reporter Marisa Kwiatkowski who broke the story also told Megyn Kelly that her sources appeared to believe what they said about the purported possessions.
In conducting his interview with the priest, O’Reilly seemed skeptical, asking Maginot a series of questions about the shocking events that led to three exorcisms.
O’Reilly noted that the act of attempting to dispel demons is rare and requires permission from higher-ups in the church. He also questioned why the priest didn’t meet with any of Ammons’ children, despite claims that it was the kids, too, who were experiencing bizarre and horrific attacks at the hands of demonic spirits.
Related link: Indiana exorcism has St. Louis 1949 ties… The St. Louis exorcism inspired the book, “The Exorcist.”
A gripping account of demonic possession in Gary, Indiana has been making headlines all of the world this week. A mother and three young children claim they were terrorized by unclean spirits and describe horrific accounts of paranormal events in their home and at a nearby hospital. Many of the most terrifying details have been verified by other witnesses, according to an account
first reported by theIndianapolis Star and USA Today.
Family members say a 12-year-old girl levitated above her bed and other witnesses say her 9-year-old brother walked backwards up a hospital wall in the presence of a social worker and a psychologist.