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The devil made him do it. Zak Bagans Adds Haunted Rocking Chair to Collection From ‘Devil Made Me Do It’ Case and The Haunting in Connecticut


Zak Bagans at it again? this time  it is and older weather beaten and slightly used looking rocking chair. Oh according to Zak it is not the ordinary run of the mill rocking chair, but this one is from the infamous “Devil Made Me Do it Case And the inspired “Haunting in Connecticut case.

The “Ghost Adventures” star has purchased the “Devil’s Rocking Chair” — a chair with ties to famed paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren and the notorious “Devil Made Me Do It” Case — to display at his museum in Las Vegas.

The kicker is, with Lorraine Warren recently passing and the chair also having connections to A case she did.

Lorraine and her husband, Ed, helped exorcise an alleged possessed 11-year-old boy named David Glatzel  some time in the early ’80s. During Davids exorcisms, the chair would allegedly rock on its own, levitate, and even vanish and reappear. David and Lorraine also claim to have seen the devil sitting in it.
Witnesses say the final exorcism concluded when the demon fled David’s body and entered Arne Cheyenne Johnson, a man who killed his landlord months later during an argument and claimed it was due to his demonic possession.

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The Warrens backed him up … but the judge didn’t buy it and he was convicted of first-degree manslaughter. The story’s the premise of the 1983 book, “The Devil in Connecticut” and is rumored to be the plot of “The Conjuring 3.”

Zak Bagans is at it again — his Haunted Museum now has another terrifying piece of furniture … this one connected to an exorcism and an infamous murder.
The “Ghost Adventures” star has purchased the “Devil’s Rocking Chair” — a chair with ties to famed paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren and the notorious “Devil Made Me Do It” Case — to display at his museum in Las Vegas.
The story goes like this — Lorraine and her husband, Ed, helped exorcise a possessed 11-year-old boy named David Glatzel in the early ’80s. During his exorcisms, the chair would allegedly rock on its own, levitate, and even vanish and reappear. David and Lorraine also claim to have seen the devil sitting in it.
Witnesses say the final exorcism concluded when the demon fled David’s body and entered Arne Cheyenne Johnson, a man who killed his landlord months later during an argument and claimed it was due to his demonic possession.
The Warrens backed him up … but the judge didn’t buy it and he was convicted of first-degree manslaughter. The story’s the premise of the 1983 book, “The Devil in Connecticut” and is rumored to be the plot of “The Conjuring 3.”

Paranormal Herald: Please allow me to state for the record. Items , furniture, dolls can not be possessed, as they have no souls. Items can have what is believed to be supernatural forces, move them, as in this chair it rocks supposedly. One thing in particular, that urges me, is that these celebrities tell folks what they want them to believe, not the truth in most cases.

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As I got involved into the paranormal entertainment world, I realized, that there were scammers just waiting to scam people from innocent unsuspecting people. This sickened my stomach, so I began writing about them to expose them so others would not be cheated and so The paranormal Herald came to force.

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