Priest Claims The Exorcist Is Completely True, Shares Terrifying Experiences

Priest Claims The Exorcist Is Completely True, Shares Terrifying Experiences

…By Lola Smith for TDPel Media. According to Father Carlos Martins, the iconic horror film The Exorcist is completely true.

He claimed to have personally witnessed people “levitating” and projectile-vomiting with marksman-like aim.

Speaking of his experiences, Father Martins stated that he has seen all the things that Hollywood portrayed in the movie, including levitations, vomiting, and spitting at the priest with uncanny marksmanship.

Father Martins recalled a disgusting exorcism experience that had a victim'eating faeces'
Father Martins recalled a disgusting exorcism experience that had a victim ‘eating faeces’

The Catholic priest confirmed everything in The Exorcist, aside from the spinning head of possessed child Regan MacNeil, had been something he himself had experienced.

He went on to confirm that the levitations and vomiting were not the only chilling experiences he had seen.

Father Martins confirmed other disgusting details he had seen, such as a demon forcing its victim to eat human faeces from a toilet bowl.

The state of possession is a state of torture to the victim, he said.

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The exorcist confirmed parts of the Hollywood feature had happened (Image: Corbis via Getty Images)
The exorcist confirmed parts of the Hollywood feature had happened (Image: Corbis via Getty Images)

Father Martins is not the first person to claim that The Exorcist is based on true events.

The film is actually based on a 1949 exorcism of a 14-year-old boy named Roland Doe, who allegedly became possessed by a demon after using a Ouija board.

The case was the first to be officially recognized by the Catholic Church and has since become the subject of numerous books and documentaries.

While some may find Father Martins’ claims hard to believe, it is important to remember that exorcisms are still a common practice in many parts of the world.

The Catholic Church alone performs thousands of exorcisms each year.

While there is no scientific evidence to support the existence of demons or possession, for those who believe in them, exorcisms are a necessary and important part of their faith.

It is also worth noting that The Exorcist is a work of fiction, and while it may have been based on a true story, it has been heavily embellished for dramatic effect.

The film’s director, William Friedkin, has even stated that he made up many of the more gruesome details, such as the projectile vomiting and the spinning head, to make the film scarier.

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Nonetheless, the film’s impact on popular culture cannot be denied, and it remains one of the most iconic horror films of all time.

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