The Exorcism of Emily Rose was based on real life events. Anneliese Michel suffered from Epileptic Psychosis as well as other mental disorders. She went through 67 exorcisms within a year and died of malnutrition. Her parents and priest were charged with negligent homicide.

The Weird Tale of Anneliese Michel

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“Only after you’ve done the exorcism,

then you’ll understand that

ghost’s also a species.”

~ Toba Beta

It is still an unsolved mystery as to whether Anna Elisabeth Michel died due to health issues or demonic possession. Let’s find out all the weird tales regarding the death of Anneliese Michel and her tale.

Anna Elisabeth Michel, a very religious girl born in Bavaria, West Germany, in 1952. She was brought up in a strict Catholic f… Continue Reading (6 minute read)

13 thoughts on “The Exorcism of Emily Rose was based on real life events. Anneliese Michel suffered from Epileptic Psychosis as well as other mental disorders. She went through 67 exorcisms within a year and died of malnutrition. Her parents and priest were charged with negligent homicide.”

  1. JustLikeAmmy

    67 exorcisms…

    You’d think after 50 failures you’d at least TRY a doctor.

  2. Tato7069

    “It is still an unsolved mystery as to whether Anna Elisabeth Michel died due to health issues or demonic possession.”

    Ummmm okay

  3. the_bean_burrito

    That story is horrible…. she weighed 67 pounds when she died, her knees were broken…. just sad and terrible.

  4. TheRynoceros

    I miss proofreaders. Was that written by a cab driver? While on-duty?

  5. abilliontwo

    The German film *Requiem* was, I thought, the much better and less sensationalistic telling of this story.

  6. BrokenEye3

    “Negligent homicide” is being too generous, honestly. It’s a travesty that exorcists are still tolerated in civilized society.

  7. a_spooky_ghost

    I hate that whoever wrote the article kept actually writing the word “quote” before each quotation. What the hell do they think the quotation marks are there for?

  8. GarbageWater12

    The first and only comment illustrates why blogs like that don’t need comment sections.

  9. azzzzzzzzzzzz5

    She lived 15 kilometers away from me thats kind of crazy

    Edit: i looked it up and its only 8

  10. rosenbergstein

    >On November 1973, Anneliese was diagnosed by a Freudian psychiatrist and he declared her as a neurotic with possible epilepsy, another neurologist found epileptic patterns too and put her on ***Tegretol*** (carbamazepine).
    >
    >In July 1975, her condition got worse

    >But autopsy revealed that Anneliese had a healthy brain and there is no such symptom that could cause an epileptic seizure, quote “Not even on a microscopic level.” Even after examination there was no sign of ulcers on her body which is frequently found in victims of starvation.
    >
    >According to the prosecution, that the drugs prescribed by neurologists, had the side effect of depression and suicidal thoughts and due to several exorcism exercises, Anneliese started believing that she had demons inside her. Prosecution also claimed that if the suspects had force feed her, even a week before her death, then she would have survived.

  11. thebestjoeever

    Just so it’s known, the parents and priest were sentenced to 6 months in jail, which then was changed to 3 years of probation instead.

  12. JaceMalcolm

    Okay, true somewhat spooky story here.
    So I have a cat. Nicest kitty ever.
    I was listening to the tapes on this exorcism last year or so. Had my headphones in. They started to die so I cast my phone to the TV to continue listening to the exorcism. In a part where she “is possessed” and talking/screaming/moaning, my cat comes running out, ears down, hackles up and hisses at me, teeth bared. Never has she hissed in the 5 years I’ve had her before then nor has she since. She hissed and growled until I shut it off

  13. jondaddy96

    After listening to the entire thing it’s fascinating to read the comments. People feel obliged to let each other know how misinformed and subjective they are on the topic.

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