The True Horror Behind Bestselling Novel, The Exorcist

The True Horror Behind The Exorcist
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Curses, Lies, and Pure Baloney

The Exorcist was a horror novel by William Peter Blatty published in 1971 that quickly became a best-seller. In the story, the Mesopotamian demon Pazuzu comes to America and, with the height of bad manners, possesses a young girl.




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