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When innocent people are attacked by entities from the supernatural realm, they rely on paranormal investigators to protect them from the unknown. These investigators rely on their studies, their personal experiences and, in many cases, their piety, as they assume the risk of becoming haunted themselves. Mary Vogel has been a spiritual counselor for ten years, but a recent encounter with the demonic forces her to question everything she knows and trusts. Violent nightmares invade her mind by day and unseen entities attack her body by night. In the church, which was once a place of peace and comfort, feelings of revulsion overwhelm her. Deep in her own mind, a diabolical voice taunts her: "Your God can't help you now" John Zaffis, one of the world's leading paranormal experts and Mary's mentor, quickly realizes what is happening to her. The protector has become the possessed, and only an exorcism can save her soul. Written by Anonymous

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Excellent Episode!
25 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Over the past several weeks, I have brought the first four season of this great series, "A Haunting" on DVD! "The Possession" is one of my favorite episodes of this series! I enjoyed this episode more than the feature length movies with very similar themes, "The Exorcist" and "The Exorcism of Emily Rose"! It didn't have any of the vulgarity in it as did "The Exorcist", even though it was somewhat less creepy than that movie! Not only was "the Possession" scary and thrilling, but I like how it seem to showcase the Catholic faith in such a positive light and showed how God may let us suffer for a while, but if we remain steadfast in our faith in him he can bring us out of any trouble that the devil puts on us! The next episode in this series "The Presence", which deals with an demonic infestation, was just as good!


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