Rising demand for exorcisms is fueling an industry of freelancers who claim they can dispel evil spirits – for a fee.
By Salvatore Valeri and Koldo Bika | 31 October 2017 | Excerpted from The BBC
Demand for exorcisms – the rite of expelling evil spirits – is on the
rise in some European countries, with France leading the pack,
according to the Economist. This demand has sparked a rash of
‘freelance exorcists’: people outside the clergy who will charge 900
euros ($1,060) or more to rid clients of evil and break spells.
There are no official statistics on exorcisms in France. But the Continue reading