Bob Larson does exorcisms via Skype

Hmm, who would think of such a thing? Exorcisms as commonplace? Oh, I don’t know. Could it be… SATAN Bob Larson? He’ll resort to any means to push his idea that all the bad things in your life are caused by demons that he can release.

Reverend Bob Larson performing exorcisms via Skype from Scottsdale.

In the age of electronics, exorcisms are done over Skype.

So what does Larson say to those people who see these dramatic exchanges as nothing more than a disturbing night club act?

“It’s real,” Larson says. “There would be no reason to theatrically stage this for any reason. Why would anybody do that? I have no idea.”

No word on if he charges for these things but he is a businessman looking to pull money in from selling his wares.

There’s no such thing as a free exorcism.

But anyone who markets a band of teenage female exorcists and lobbies for his own show is creating drama while preaching utter nonsense.



  10 comments for “Bob Larson does exorcisms via Skype

  1. spookyparadigm
    January 26, 2014 at 11:13 AM

    The most infamous case in alien abductionism involved hypnosis conducted via telephone, so this doesn’t seem all that weird to me, relatively speaking.

  2. Angela
    January 26, 2014 at 12:03 PM

    “There would be no reason to theatrically stage this for any reason.” Here’s a hint, Bob…double use of the word ‘reason’ in the same sentence only makes you look like a grammatical fool. It does not make your argument against faking valid. **and I can think of LOTS of reasons**.

    I first heard of Bob Larson when a friend told me about this hoot of a book called “Rock and Roll: The Devil’s Diversion”. It was hilarious to read it while listening to Whitesnake and KISS. His message has always been one of high drama and geared to get him attention (since apparently he couldn’t get it as a musician). Every time I think he has gone away…he pops up again. He was also one who promoted the BS of ‘satanic ritual abuse’ being some kind of epidemic.

    I do NOT wanna party with this guy.

  3. A Bear
    January 26, 2014 at 1:19 PM

    I used to listen to Bob battling demons over the telephone in the 1980’s. Ironic to see dark ages thinking adapting to 21st century technology,
    The first 2 minutes of this video are hilarious. Larson is kicked by a “demon”, gets pissed off, and clobbers the demon with his bible.

  4. Harold Renshaw
    January 26, 2014 at 5:47 PM

    I think Bob Larson is possessed by the demon of self-promotion.

  5. TribecaMike
    January 26, 2014 at 7:24 PM

    Points off for stealing Derek Jacobi’s look from “Underworld Evolution.”

  6. Angela
    January 27, 2014 at 8:31 AM

    Most of what I write about has to do with the BS on the paranormal scene. One of the people I have criticized harshly claims to be able to rid people of ‘demons and negative energies’ via cell phone, among other things. There is also a ‘Paranormal Clergy’ group who will go on and on about how horrible Larson is, and then turn around and basically claim to do the things that they criticize Bob for doing. The delusional thinking is beyond extreme and when they get into the role-playing of ‘exorcist’ and act out every Father Karras fantasy they ever had–then they are absolutely no better than this guy.

    The public fascination with all of this will continue to fuel this type of behavior in my opinion. You can trust and believe that ol’ Bob will be eating it up with a big spoon at every turn, and he will not be the only one.

  7. January 27, 2014 at 9:39 AM

    Larson ought to email 5 ‘Hail Marys’ to the Pope as penance for this fraud.

  8. January 28, 2014 at 8:28 AM

    And they should be typed in full, dammit. Not just copy/pasted.

  9. Chris Howard
    January 28, 2014 at 8:38 AM

    The power of the scarf compels thee!

  10. January 28, 2014 at 3:08 PM

    He charges for the Skype ” exorcisms”. About $285 or so, probably per hour, like he charges $495 per hour for his ” personal intensives”. He doesn’t do anything for free except when it involves self publicity. BTW wasn’t it obvious the supposedly demon possessed person on Skype was faking it? He is being criticized for his Skype stunt BTW, and rightly so. Originally Larson was supposed to be on as ” expert” on exorcisms Monday a week ago on AC360 after the two nutso females murdered two children in a so-called exorcism, but that was delayed three times. Finally on Friday this Skype exorcism bit was aired, not the original news commentary stuff. Considering that Larson dissed Anderson Cooper after he and his ” teenage exorcists” were on Anderson’s syndicated show, you can guess why Larson got the delays and this embarrassing bit of shoddy exploitation aired.

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