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What do we have here? It’s another “found footage” movie. While we’ve seen quite a few of these now, The Devil Inside is different from the other ones in some ways. They don’t use witches, ghosts, aliens or monsters that show up in New York City out of nowhere. This one is about exorcism and demonic possession.

In present time, there is now less research, more drama, and bullying from grown adults. Ironically, the term “paraunity” came from drama itself, as a way to combat drama and instead come together. The individuals who coined the term are no longer involved in the field.

Now, on a skeptic’s mind there is no such thing is ghosts because science can’t prove of their existence. Which is true, however – before science could even prove that the world was flat, whereby’s they sent ships across the ocean only to find the world as round. On this happy note, just because science can’t prove something has non-existence doesn’t necessary mean it simply does not exist. It just mean science has not been able to proven such a intangible theory yet.

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A poorhouse was usually very similar to early asylums, though without the harsh treatments. The people inside were a mixture of parentless children the mentally insane Paranormal blog online those without any money and even a few criminals. There were also stories of children who would dump their elderly parents at a poorhouse, rather than care for them.

The Mentalist (CBS, 10pm) – NEW! A police chief is murdered in a resort town, and the case leads Lisbon to reunite with her brother, a bounty hunter who’s searching for a bail-jumper.

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