Charlie’s Angels of exorcists? Teen girls say they’re experts
Brynne, Tess and Savannah from Phoenix are black belts in karate, expert horseback riders and avid musical theater fans. And they perform exorcisms.
“We’re just normal girls who do something extraordinary for God,” Brynne said. “After seeing an actual exorcism in person, led by us, you will walk away with no doubt, whatsoever.”
Teen Girls Perform Exorcisms
Exorcism school for teen GIRLS
It’s that crazy Reverend Bob Larson + the bible + teen girls
The five teenage girls might look like they’re in a normal class, eagerly reading their textbooks and answering their teacher’s questions diligently.
But the textbooks are Bibles and the girls all have crosses instead of protractors, as they train to become exorcists – real exorcists who fight demons, curses and evil spells.
So if the forces of darkness start getting the upper hand, who should you call? Evangelist Reverend Bob Larson of Spiritual Freedom Churches International – and his remarkable school for exorcists.
‘Think of it more of an exorcist franchise,’ Rev Larson tells MailOnline exclusively.
‘The Church just can’t keep up with demand. But I have 100 teams of trained exorcists working all over the world, and outbreaks of demonic possession are getting out of control.
‘Our phone lines are ringing constantly – we receive up to 1,000 individual requests monthly, and we travel to countries like Africa, Ukraine, England and even Australia.’
Are they pitching a teenage exorcist reality show?
Anderson says that he thinks the girls seem coached and unnatural.
Larson and his group are said be in talks for their own reality TV show. While the idea of a teen trio of exorcists may sound like the premise of a “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” spin-off, many people aren’t laughing.
Exorcisms can do even worse: they can kill. In March 2012, two people in London, England, were found guilty in the exorcism murder of a 15-year-old boy who they accused of practicing witchcraft and being possessed by demons.