The Devil in Connecticut
It is a case that stunned the world. In 1981 a legion of devils, 43 in all, invaded the home of an unsuspecting Connecticut family and possessed their youngest son. Then it got worse. The spirits had come to take a soul. And take it they did-in a bizarre, out-of-control murder that violated the very rules of God. Here Amityville demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren reveal the facts the courts refused to hear. Judge for yourself why "The Devil in Connecticut" is considered to be one of the worst cases of possession in the twentieth century.
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Review: The Devil in ConnecticutUser Review - Scott Cook - Goodreads
This was supposed to be an ultra-scary book but I found it semi-interesting and very repetitive. There are a lot of people who are irrationally afraid of the "boogieman" out there... Read full review
Review: The Devil in ConnecticutUser Review - Christina White - Goodreads
I read this book knowing it was a true story. I was so scared sometimes at night that I couldn't get up to go to the bathroom with out trying to get the dog to come with me! Later I actually met the brother of the boy that was possessed, which made the book even more real to me. Very scary. Read full review