The Demonologist by Gerald Brittle Summary & Study Guide has 11 ratings and 3 reviews. This study guide consists of approx. 38 pages of chapter summaries. The Demonologist reveals the grave religious process behind supernatural events and how it can happen to you. Over thirty years in Gerald Brittle. iUniverse. Expertly written by Gerald Daniel Brittle, a nonfiction writer with advanced degrees in literature and psychology specializing in mystical theology.

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In a couple of stories, the demon ordered the inhabitants to go away. Dilshad marked it as to-read Jun 17, These unusual, sensational murders recall not only gruesome historical crimes, but also touch on shocking and macabre modern murders.

The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren by Gerald Brittle

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Review My research relied heavily on The Demonologist. The Cockney demons replay was done very well but honestly all the reenactments of the possessions were impeccable. They sounded like fun dudes who just liked to have a good time. Go find that holy water ASAP.

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And the birds—as we ran along, the whole woods were full of screeching birds! Also, I did not expect this book to be scary. At one point, he claims a demon tells him that it is a “servant of Diane.

But this book, if anything, did make me consider that perhaps it isn’t right to play around with dark things like that even just for fun or entertainment. That said, I’m not about go to playing with an ouija board or trying to summon demons as a joke just in case I’m wrong ; no need to test that theory! So I didn’t take the book too seriously but instead suspended my disbelief just enough so that I could be taken in by the stories that Ed and Lorraine described.


It was a place of fear, pain, and misery at the hands of an abusive father. If you’re a fan of horror – it is a must, If you believe in paranormal dimension, if you believe in ghosts, demons and the endless war between good and evil you must be warned – the story of Ed and Lorraine Warren might deepen your fears.

Arkadeepta Roy rated it it was amazing May 16, I “wanted” to brittl scared listening to the audio book in the dark, as I was reading it during the week of Halloween and getting into the spirit of things. These people have been through so much. Buy this book now! Thank you for your feedback. Paul Tremblay Narrated by: Ed and Lorraine are charlatans without peer. Too bad they were demons hahaha. A little over half way through it. Don’t have a Kindle? Darcy Coates Narrated by: So far only a few sections have really been “scary” but I wouldn’t read it alone in the dark either ; I have a feeling that a LOT was held back and actually reading the details, etc.

A little over half way through it. I read this book to hear about what the Warren’s have faced throughout their career.

So I didn’t take the book too seriously but instead suspended my disbelief just enough so I got hold of this book after watching the movie The Conjuring on Dvd and wanted to learn more about Ed and Lorraine Warren.


Demonologidt Actionable Analytics for the Web. Just beyond the shadows, in the twilight space between geralr and death, lies the place where ghosts, demons, and otherworldly horrors tread. Unlike the Warrens, they can’t make claims at the drop of a hat and think that their colleagues will just accept it as the truth.

The Demonologist : The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren

The Warrens mention that demons are not location based and that they will stay with the humans they are tormenting. Trivia About The Demonologist Thank you for your feedback. Alarm bells start ringing when he arrives at Craven Manor.

I’m really in the mood for some creepy books about hauntings and possessions at the moment, so naturally this one fit the bill! What’s nice is that it is so straight forward and perfect for demonologisr general reader. But none affected me as much as possession stories, because we’re taught it is true. I think fans of horror movies, or who want to hear “true” accounts of exorcisms will enjoy this one!

The cases they highlight are creepy as hell. I would have constant fear. Also, some of the Warrens ideas are a bit left field, but they aren’t overbearing about their beliefs so I had no problem.