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Steven A. LaChance
Steven LaChance (Missouri) has appeared on numerous television and radio programs worldwide. He has been a featured guest on The Morning Show with Mike & Juliet, Fox News, NBC News, CBS News, Travel Channel, Chiller, CNN, Destination America, the Discovery Channel, plus many more, including his starring appearance in the Booth Brothers documentaries Children of the Grave and The Possessed. Steven has also completed a documentary for the Fifth Season DVD release of Supernatural, the popular television series about two brothers who hunt demons.
Trade Paperback | $15.99 US, $18.50 CAN | 9780738747996 | February 2017
For Steven A. LaChance, the possession case that inspired The Exorcist has always felt . . . incomplete. In this book, he shows how the official account crumbles under scrutiny, revealing instead a... Read more
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02-08-2017 Facebook Live - Book Release, Q&A
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The events of the St. Louis exorcism in 1949 will forever be the topic of discussion and conjecture, and inspired the 1973 film The Exorcist. The exorcism ended in 1949, but the aftermath forever changed the Catholic Church and the city of St. Louis. Here, Steven LaChance, author of the new Confrontation with Evil: An In-Depth Review of the 1949 Possession that Inspired The Exorcist, presents 10 facts about the movie and the possession that you likely don't know.
Even after the doors to the Union Screaming House had long been closed, the haunting was far from over. Steven LaChance, author of The Uninvited (which chronicles the horrifying—and deadly—experiences his family had in the Union Screaming House), is back with a look into what happened long after they had left the house, the doors closed and locked...and the haunting continued.
"…the gate to the carnal self is five-fold: sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch. A demon can come in through any of the five gates by tempting the guard at the door. If the guard allows the demon in then the demon has authority to move about freely. You gave him this authority by giving up your free will to stand and rebuke the temptation."
– Chris Ward, Can a Christian be Demon Possessed?...