Truth Frequency Radio
Sep 02, 2014

(Before It’s News)

(N.Morgan) The recorded possession of Anneliese Michel,which was later made into a movie, has heated the debate in regards to demon possession and its implications. I think most of us experienced our first taste of this phenomenon with the movie the Exorcist. Another documented case of possession, only the story was changed a bit and it was actually a little boy who succumbed to the demons inside.The exorcism of Roland Doe refers to events surrounding the supposed demonic possession and exorcism of an anonymous American boy, which occurred in the late 1940s. Roland Doe (born circa 1936) is the pseudonym assigned to the exorcized boy by the Catholic Church. Later the pseudonym was changed by author Thomas B. Allen to “Robbie Mannheim” and the subsequent supernatural claims surrounding those events went on to inspire the 1971 novel The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty and the 1973 film adaptation, as well as Thomas B. Allen’s 1993 historical account Possessed, a second edition of it in 1999, and the 2000 film by the same name, based on Allen’s book.

The movie exorcism of Emily Rose is based around the factual events surrounding the life of Anneliese Michel. In 1968, when she was 17 and still in high school, Anneliese began to suffer from convulsions.


Court findings have her experiencing her first epileptic attack in 1969. It was then that a neurologist at the Psychiatric Clinic Wurzburg diagnosed her with Grand Mal epilepsy. Soon, Anneliese started experiencing devilish hallucinations while praying. She also began to hear voices, which told her that she was damned. Father Arnold Renz and Pastor Ernst Alt. Both men were assigned by the Bishop of Wurzburg, Josef Stangl, to carry out “The Great Exorcism” on Anneliese Michel. The foundation for this ritual was the “Rituale Romanum”, which at the time, was still a valid 17th century Cannon Law.