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Memoirs of an Exorcist by David Devereux
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Memoirs of an Exorcist

by David Devereux

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Level-headed and highly knowledgeable, David Devereux is cofounder of a company specializing in situations that range from cleansing houses and businesses of malign paranormal influences to curse-protection and exorcism. In this compelling and fascinating book, he recalls his extraordinary experiences in the deadpan, matter-of-fact tone of the unphased professional that he is, approaching the most hair-raising of situations with calm, authority, and logic—often accompanied by a cigarette and a whiskey. He tells of work done quietly and discreetly in locations ranging from ordinary suburban homes and provincial offices to the boardrooms of multinational corporations and the mansions of household names; and explains the difference between psychic activity, hauntings by the dead, and other entities. Stories include that of a long-standing client who was the target of magical attacks on a regular basis, and how David dissuaded the attackers; how he successfully cornered a malevolent ghost and pushed him across to the other side; and how he witnessed violent and terrifying poltergeist activity. From the basic principles of exorcism to tales of haunted workplaces and bars—and including a glossary of terms—this is a must for fans of real-life ghost stories.

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