1. When did the events in "The Demonologist" take place? What cases are included in the book?
The events in "The Demonologist" took place between the middle to the late 1970s. The only cases included in the book are the ones in the Warrens' files and the ones that were witnessed by ordained clergymen.
2. How have the Warrens' experiences been proven and who documented their experiences? Who reviewed "The Demonologist" for accuracy?
The Warrens' experiences have been proven and documented by clergymen, mediums, police officers and officials, and medical doctors. Two Roman Catholic exorcists read "The Demonologist" for accuracy.
3. Was "The Demonologist" based on actual events? What has been altered in the book? Explain.
Yes, "The Demonologist" was based on true events; however, names, locations and any identifying details have been altered to protect the identity of the individuals involved in the case. The Warrens slightly altered the cases because there was a potential danger in creating an exact replication of circumstances or conversations.
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