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A woman has died during an 'exorcism' performed in a local church after becoming 'possessed' by the Ouija board. Jaqueline Sanchez, 22, died after suffering a cardio respiratory arrest, according to media in Belize, in Central America. Reports suggested her body had been 'lifted' up in the air inside the church and she had spoken in a man's voice.
It was also claimed she had to be held down as part of the religious ritual in America. Her parents allegedly believed she had been possessed by a demon following a number of unexplained illnesses in the months before her death. Ms Sanchez had been suffering from convulsions and hysteria which doctors at Plan Tres Mil hospital in Santa Cruz, could not diagnose.
They confirmed she died of natural causes and said that cuts and bruises on her body was due to a 'trance'. FELCC spokesman Roger Gutiérrez said: 'The forensic report realizes that this girl, identified as Jaqueline Sanchez, died of natural causes due to a cardiac arrest, and the bruises and lacerations to her body (were) due to a trance that he was suffering.'
originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: DeathSlayer
But before you do please explain how she levitated and teach the rest of us how to do this.
Pics or it didn't happen?
Wtf is with all the nutball posts in the past few days?
originally posted by: asen_y2k
The article states she had multiple illnesses before she died. Hence the parents concluded that she was possessed. Rather than getting proper treatment, she gets a course of exocism. Diagnosis for death is cardiac arrest. Many young people die of cardiac arrests, are all of them haunted? Most probably she had congenital heart disease hence the unexplained illnesses.
Such magical happenings, levitation, etc, any videos?
originally posted by: Shiloh7
a reply to: DeathSlayer
Just saying, your heading quite naughtily includes the ultimate religious horror, the OuiJa Board, which, as she clearly wasn't hit over the head with it was not the cause of her death.
originally posted by: Mianeye
No video of her levitating...No....okay.
Would have been great though, first proof of a real possession...
I don't think the family was concerned about filming it but more concerned for her health.