Here’s Why Theories Suggest ‘The Exorcism Of Emily Rose’ Was Cursed
'The Exorcism of Emily Rose'
The Exorcism of Emily Rose: True Story of Anneliese Michel
From her birth on the 21st of September, 1952, Anneliese Michel enjoyed the life of a normal, religiously nurtured young girl
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The True Story Behind The Exorcism of Emily Rose
The Exorcism of Emily Rose
The Unofficial Saint The gravestone and white cross of Anneliese Michel In 1978, almost two years after her death, the body of Anneliese Michel was dug up.
Soon, Anneliese started experiencing devilish hallucinations while praying.
Consequentially, they claimed, she later accepted her behavior as a form of demonic possession.
Religious tourists from around the world regularly visit her grave, leaving handwritten notes of thanks and gratitude as they sing and pray for the young woman they believe sacrificed her own life to atone for the sins of others.
To her mother Anna, she said, "Mother, I'm afraid.
In 1976, after nearly a year of exorcism sessions, she died, apparently of starvation, resulting in a criminal trial for the priests and her parents.
Emily passed away from a combination of self-inflicted wounds and malnutrition following a series of Catholic exorcisms and the jury is tasked with determining whether she was ever really possessed or if she was simply severely mentally ill and in need of psychiatric care with which she wasn't sufficiently provided.
Her life story would lead to one of the most unsettling and widely accepted accounts of possession to date.