Chip Coffey and WraithChasers to air exorcism of some random house

Who wants to take bets this will be ultra-dramatic and incredibly stupid? Well, those are even odds. This story reeks of nothing but bald-faced money grubbing and sensationalism.

Source: Exorcism: Live! Destination America to air first live televised exorcism |

EW can exclusively reveal that Destination America will air the first live televised exorcism in the U.S. with the upcoming special Exorcism: Live! 

Starring psychic medium Chip Coffey and the cast of Ghost Asylum (perhaps better known as the Tennessee Wraith Chasers), the special will focus on their investigation of the house that inspired the Exorcist novel and film in the suburbs of St. Louis, Missouri.

Someone may wish to question these “paranormal investigators” about the location of this house since I can find no such reference to the “Roland Doe” house in St. Louis. The story had always originated in Cottage City, Maryland. See this chronicle from Strange Magazine. And pick up The Real Story Behind The Exorcist by M. Opasanick. Roland Doe had issues at the time, but he wasn’t possessed by demons. And, it’s a shame we have to keep saying this but,

The Exorcist novel was FICTION!!!!!

Who I WON’T believe is telling anything remotely resembling truth are Chip Coffey and the Wraith Chasers.

House of Exorcism Boy

Tip: Strange Frequencies Radio

  7 comments for “Chip Coffey and WraithChasers to air exorcism of some random house

  1. July 9, 2015 at 10:09 PM

    Well this opens a rich new vein for the paranormal grifters to mine. Hunting ghosts that are literally fictional, instead of just non-existent. Can they find Bettlejuice, or Caspar, or the Canterville Ghost? How about Slimer or the Funky Phantom? I can wait to find out.

  2. July 10, 2015 at 7:44 AM

    A funny coincidence. A investigation group that I belong to was contacted by a library manager to ask if we would do a public “ghost hunt” there. When I asked her what kind of alleged activity they had, she said none but she thought it would be fun. I think she watched GhostBusters a bit too many times. We declined and suggested she not pursue such an event but she undoubtedly will get a group that will gladly find anomalies that they will say are “paranormal activity”.

  3. Jeff
    July 10, 2015 at 4:38 PM

    Too bad there isn’t a spray that will keep those parasites out of a home!

  4. Mauro Toffanin
    July 11, 2015 at 11:09 AM

    If they are lucky enough, they can find the ghost of… Sasquatch.
    Seriously, this is serious stuff!
    Hunting Ghost hoaxes are real, in the same way they are for BigFoot. ?

  5. Bill T.
    July 11, 2015 at 4:56 PM

    “dramatic”? to many, probably, it would be only boring to me.

  6. Lagaya1
    July 12, 2015 at 12:07 PM

    You can always find ghosts in a public library. Check the encyclopedia book with the large G on the cover. There are also fairies, witches, unicorns, wizards, and the Loch Ness monster nearby, too.

  7. Eve
    July 15, 2015 at 12:00 AM

    It’s presumably this house.

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