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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Warren's car accident occurred in the Poconos, in a place they called the __________ Valley, according to "The Enfield Voices."
2. According to Ted Donovan in "A Family Under Attack," he noticed the first occurrence of unusual activity on what date?
3. Ed Warren reveals in "Infestation" that all of the following are stages to demonic activity, except for which one?
4. According to "The Entity Returns," how many times did Lonnie become possessed by the same demon?
5. According to Warren, how many times were exorcisms performed on Ms. Michel's?
Short Essay Questions
1. Briefly discuss Wicca.
2. What was unique about the Charlene Rand case?
3. The entity that possessed both Lonnie and Charlene stated that it worshiped Diane. Who was Diane?
4. Recount the events that occurred to the Donovan family on April Fool's Day of 1974.
5. What was the prime objective of demonic oppression?
6. Briefly discuss Patty Donovan's obsession with the Ouija board.
7. How did Ed explain internal oppression of which occurred to Patty Donovan?
8. How did the Warrens protect themselves from demonic entities while on a case?
9. How did the monk explain the unnatural phenomena that occurred at the Donovan's home?
10. How was the Enfield case different from the Amityville case?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the theme of free will as it relates to demonic activity and the overall meaning of "The Demonologist".
Essay Topic 2
Take a stance on whether or not you believe possession of an individual is or is not a psychological problem.
Essay Topic 3
Ed Warren admits he is not a holy man, and states that demonic spirits do not necessarily dictate the existence of God. Discuss whether or not you agree with this statement. Would a belief that demonic spirits exist be possible without a belief in God? Why?
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