198. The Ossett Exorcism Murder (The Devil Made Me Do It) | England

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Ossett Exorcism Murder
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Michael and Christine Taylor were happily married when they joined the charismatic church called the Christian Fellowship Group in 1974. Michael became deeply involved in the group, but soon things took a sinister turn. Church leaders believed that Michael was a victim of demonic possession and performed an all-night exorcism. They sent him home and the unthinkable happened. Confusing his own wife for a demon, he attacked her, killing her violently with his bare hands. 

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The Sussex Devils by Marc Heal


The Terrifying Exorcism of Michael Taylor: The Ossett Murder


Wikipedia – Michael Taylor

Wikipedia – Trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson


The truth behind the exorcism of Michael Taylor

Exorcists let the Devil out

The Ossett Exorcist Murder

How exorcism works

Lunacy and the full moon

Created & Produced by Sonya Lowe

Narrated by Noel Vinson

Music: “Nordic Medieval” by Marcus Bressler

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