It’s Halloween so Bob Larson is going to hype his teenage exorcists. Again.
Brynne Larson is 18 years old and enjoys horseback riding and shopping.
Savannah Scherkenback is a 20-year-old university student who works part-time in retail, while her 18-year-old sister Tess spends two hours each day studying the piano.
Together the girls from Phoenix, Ariz., are preacher Bob Larson’s soldiers in a war raging between dark and the light.
The three young girls travel as exorcists — performing rite after rite, sometimes night after night.
As I mentioned, these girls regularly appear in the media. It’s a good story, I guess, young girls with the power to expel demons. Bob Larson enjoys publicity. A lot. Exorcism is dramatic and often faked if not a symptom of a serious psychologic problem. To promote such ridiculousness is sick.