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Exorcisms over Skype are worthless, say "real" exorcists

Bob Larson is pretty much my favorite religious scam artist currently in operation. His specialty is fighting demons, kind of like Sam and Dean on Supernatural, only he is old and icky and he charges people money to do it.

But he knows his short comings. Not too long ago he made a play for the lucrative youth market and created the Teenage Exorcist Girl Squad with his own lovely daughter in the lead role. It is kind of like Buffy the Vampire Slayer for troubled, vulnerable people convinced they are plagued by invisible monsters and are easily conned out of their money.


Now Larson has found another niche market. Exorcising people on Skype!

Only problem is, the International Catholic Association of Exorcists says this is bullshit.

ICAE's director Reverend Issac Kramer says:

"If a person is fully possessed, the demon inside of them will not let them sit in front of the computer screen to be exorcised. Chances are, they're going to throw the computer screen across the room and destroy everything."


Kramer goes on to imply that the whole notion of virtual exorcism is just silly:

"It would be like trying to perform a baptism on someone through the telephone."

In conclusion: Exorcisms on Skype are a total crock. Exorcisms in person are completely legit. Captain Howdy would love to tell you your mother sucks cocks in hell but he ain't going to do it on a vid chat. Sorry.





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