Teen Girl Exorcism Squad Better Get a Reality Show or There'll Be Hell to Pay (VIDEO)

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teenage girl exorcism squadYou may have seen these girls before: The Teen Girl Exorcism Squad, a trio of home-schooled girls who may-or-may-not perform exorcisms. You just have to wonder, are they for real? how big of a scam is this, and are the girls in on it? Regardless, if you're dying to see how this exorcism "show" goes down, you're in luck. The gal pals are considering a few reality TV offers.

Last week they were on Anderson Cooper, this week it was Nightline. They're definitely making the rounds, almost like some sort of demonic marketing testing. I mean -- excuse me, I don't know what possessed me to say that!

What's truly disturbing is that I would probably actually watch at least one episode of this nonsense.

How could I not? It's KRAY-ZEE, wrong in just the right ways! Aren't we all sick of watching orange-skinned kids getting drunk on the Jersey Shore? Yes we are -- and now for something completely different: Wackadoodle faux-religious performances. Let's get vaguely queasy exploring yet another fringe segment of America.

The girls are so ready for prime time, too. Why, Brynne has been in beauty pageants, and they're all so fresh-faced. Plus they already have nicknames -- just like comic book heroes.

And with supposedly 50 percent of the population affected by demons, the girls won't run out of good material for a long, long time. (By the way, it's called "Demon Affected Disorder.") My goodness, how do any of us get any work done, what with how possessed we are all the time? Is that why I'm always on Facebook? The devil made me "like" that Bone Pugz video! Think those pugs are possessed, too? Someone call the squad!

(No seriously, you have to watch that Bone Pugs vid. Now.)

Teen exorcist Brynne's preacher papa Bob Larsen insists, "We have to fund what we do." And the correct response is, "No you don't, you could just stop." But that's no fun for anyone. Can I get an amen? We'll just try not to think too much about all the mentally ill people who get exploited for the sake of this entertainment.

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Would you watch The Teen Girl Exorcism Squad if it became a television series?

 

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sweet... sweetcherry_59

While I think the idea of these teens getting a televsision show is awful I think you need to grow up...you sound immature and catty here.

nonmember avatar Mike M

I have two sisters who have both shown behavior that one could classify as being possessed on a couple/few occasions over the past few years. (The behavior of one was positive, caring, loving, and compassionate, while the other was fearful.) (They're both college educated, do not use drugs, and have no mental illnesses.) My mom and I are both spiritual (though I'm the only one in my family who fully witnessed the actions of both my sisters; others have witnessed one or the other only), and neither of us believe in demons, but we both believe that spirits can use a body for whatever means is necessary (it's usually to teach or learn a spiritually important lesson/value/experience). With that said I'm open to watching this show if it becomes a TV series, but I doubt that it will be all that educational.

nonmember avatar Lisa

Mike, your sisters aren't possessed. They're human, and humans often exhibit behavior that is confusing and upsetting to those around them. Seeking a supernatural explanantion is only going to distract you from locating the actual root cause of what's upsetting them. "Exorcism" does nothing beyond feeding into the mental instability and delusions of both the provider and the recipient. If anyone tried to do this to me, I would calmly point out of them that they were committing a crime. What they're doing is forcible confinement and assault. These people need help, not voodoo magic. This is exactly why America is steadily going downhill in terms of education, rationality and mental health. Because formerly reputable news organizations treat these stories as if they are worthy of serious consideration, instead of pointing out how damaging it is to believe in something for which there is no rational proof, and a mountain of disproving evidence.

nonmember avatar Mike M

Lisa, on a couple occasions my older sister either did or said things which indicated to me that she knew things about me which she does not know about me. (One instance was during a phone call and she suddenly changed the subject of the conversation [along with the tone and nature of her voice] to something that is so personal to me that I've only shared it with one close friend who I really trust, and she has never spoken to anyone in my family.) (Souls/spirits are much more knowledgeable than we are so that was a pretty good indicator to me that her soul was directly communicating to me through her body - something which is quite rare.) And one evening (at a significantly convenient time) my younger sister started behaving very paranoid - as though she was on some kind of drug, but she was not on any drugs (and when looking back on that day she is very startled at how she felt and behaved as it was not like her one bit).

TugBo... TugBoatMama

Absolutely not. I saw that epidose of Anderson and that priest could not handle his "business" being questioned at all without getting all huffy about it. Smells fishy to me. Girls that age are extremely impressionable and he knows it. I know what it feels like to be held down against my will and be told I have demons inside me. Btw I was pregnant and ill at the time. I had never been so angry and humiliated in my life. It also showed me that the people who did it were only seeing what they wanted to see to reaffirm their own belief. I was still a believer when this happened. It astounds me that people would care so much about this garbage but no one turns a hair when they hear how other countries are spanking our asses when it comes to scientific advancement and education. smdh.

nonmember avatar Garret Marucha

20 bucks says Mike's sister lied to him...cause thats what spiritual people do...they lie...about everything...everyday...to everyone,and themselves...DUH!!!!!!

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