Fake “exorcist” and con man Bob Larson’s current meal tickets, his teenage daughter and her two friends that he markets as the Charlie’s Angels of exorcism, are hitting England on their world tour of nonsense. And they’re blathering on about Harry Potter books and sexually transmitted demons.
Brynne Larson, 18, and sisters Tess and Savannah Scherkenback, aged 18 and 21, are determined to rescue London’s youngsters from evil spirits, which they say they are inviting to possess them by reciting the spells in the Harry Potter books.
The threesome, from Arizona, believe the spells in J.K. Rowling’s best-selling fantasy series are real, and dangerous.
In fact, they see Britain as a hotbed of occult activity whose origins go back to pagan times.
Savannah explains: ‘It has been centuries in the making, but I believe it came to a pinnacle with the Harry Potter books.’
‘The spells you are reading about are not made up,’ adds Tess. ‘They are real and come from witchcraft.’
Inspired by their religious faith, the young women believe loose morals are a prime cause of demonic possession, and that promiscuity can transmit ‘sexually transmitted demons’ in the same way as physical infections.
Gosh, there seems to be something missing from those claims. Oh, I know — evidence. Bob Larson is a fraud, a pure con man peddling nonsense to the credulous.