The curious collection of a slightly mad scientist
Brynne Larson, 18, and sisters Tess and Savannah Scherkenback, all from Arizona, claim Britain is a hotbed of satanic activity.
Savannah Scherkenback, 21, said: “More than 50 per cent of women in the UK consult their horoscopes before making any big decisions in life. It is witchcraft, it is evil and not of God.”
The trio say the country’s long history of pagan belief has reached a pinnacle with the Harry Potter books, even going so far as to claim the spells in the books are genuine, according to the Daily Express.
Tess Scherkenback, 18, said: “The spells you are reading about are not made up, they are real and come from witchcraft.”
Needless to say the young Americans don’t read the Harry Potter books or go to parties or chase boys or any other “sinful” activity.
The three women, who have just returned from performing exorcisms in the Ukraine, claim that people can become possessed by evil after engaging in sexual activity, a phenomenon they call “sexually transmitted demons”.
According to the Express the trio were shocked by zodiac symbols they saw on a medieval English church, which they regard as a signs of the occult.
Their journey was being documented by a BBC documentary crew.
Brilliant publicity move? Yes, there are sexually transmitted demons, several different kinds. Antibiotics cure some of them.