Still makes my day
August 20, 1949 - One of the original Washington Post articles on the possession and exorcism of a young boy in Mount Rainier, Maryland, which inspired William Peter Blatty to write The Exorcist. Click through to read the full article.
Found in the trees in South Asia, the Eagle Owl is the unfortunate victim of human beliefs.
Given its large, eerie red eyes and its low, ominous call, the eagle owl is thought to bring death and ill omens wherever it is found.
As a result, many rituals have been recorded that include starving, killing and beating the bird whenever it draws close to a village.
All I can think of is lechusa. #truth
Tell them, Tish.