The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren - A Soul in Hostage and The Enfield Voices Summary & Analysis

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A Soul in Hostage and The Enfield Voices Summary and Analysis

In "A Soul in Hostage," Ed explains that a 22 year old woman in West Germany died during a highly unusually long exorcism from undernourishment. German authorities sued the Catholic Church, but Ed notes the young woman perished because she could no longer exist with the demon inside of her. Ed explains the woman was a soul victim, or a person chosen not for their bad deeds or negativity, but because of their overwhelming goodness. The young woman became possessed, and in lucid moments, told her priests not to compromise with the demons. The young woman was possessed for three years, during much of which she took no food or water. The priests resorted to exorcism only when the devils began to physically harm the girl. After six...

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