Is David Glatzel’s story true? Some people, including his family, called the story a joke. Fraud from multiple sources, and fraud from David Glatzel. The story of David Glatzel’s obsession is not the subject of the movie, but it does guide most of the plot.
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The main story is about Arne Johnson, who claims to be forced to kill Satan’s curse. It all started when Arne worried that his girlfriend’s brother David Glatzel would be confiscated. Ed and Lorraine Warren fight to remove the body of young David from evil creatures. Out of great gratitude for saving the boy, Arne allowed the ghost to find David and take his place.
This got him into a murder case because he claimed that he was forced to commit a crime by a demon possessing him. This movie can be a stage version of the true story, even though it is part of the fiction. This story is true. It originated from the true story of Arne Johnson and Warren, and the tapes allegedly containing recordings of specific trophies.
Although Warrens, Debbie Glazer, and Arne Johnson claim that the facts are true, David Glazer’s brother Carl Glazer claims that the story is fictitious. After the re-release of “The Devil” in Connecticut in 2006, Carl and David sued their voice communications, claiming that it violated their privacy and caused “emotional stress.”
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Carl later mentioned that David’s problem was not supernatural, but stemmed from his psychological problems. Karl suspected that ED and Lorraine Warren were using family scripts and regarded it as a “gold mine.” In fact, Karl is trying to make a profit while doing his business.
The author of this book, Gerald Brittle, mentioned helping Lorraine write abused quotes and stories from the Glatzel family book, and the publisher paid $2,000 for this. David’s father Karl Sr. The case was eventually dropped, but there is still a long way to go before the book is published.
However, after the third spell incident, David Glazer escaped the spotlight himself. Carl found that although it was difficult for David to control his entire eyes, his mental state had been restored. In the spoils scene of Mantra Three, it is probably due to its historical issues.
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