Author: Gerald Brittle

From this New York Times bestselling author comes a shocking case of demonic  possession, exorcism, and murder starring the legendary demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, who battled the Amityville Horror and whose real-life case files inspired The Conjuring Universe, which includes The ConjuringAnnabelle, and The Nun films.

It was one of the most sensational murder trials of the 1980s. When Arne Cheyenne Johnson stabbed an acquaintance to death with a five-inch folding knife, Johnson presented one of the most shocking legal defenses in history: not guilty by virtue of demonic possession. As the press put it, “the Devil made me do it.”

Johnson’s shocking story began months earlier, when his girlfriend’s eleven-year-old brother, David, encountered a spectral figure looming at the foot of the bed and then started showing telltale signs of demonic possession. David suddenly spoke in Latin, levitated, and suffered beatings at the hands of an invisible demon. After a team of Catholic priests failed to drive the demon out, the case was taken up by Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Warrens had fought demons across the globe, but the Connecticut Devil would be one of their greatest challenges, and perhaps their most deadly.

Now includes an 8-page photo insert documenting the possession featuring images from the Ed and Lorraine Warren collection, the Glatzel family, and Arne Cheyenne Johnson.

Product Details

Print length: 304 pages
Publisher: Graymalkin Media
Language: English
Publication date: 10/20/2020
ISBN (ebook): 9781631683206
ISBN (paperback): 9781631683190

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Praise for the Book:

“Whatever you do, don’t read The Devil in Connecticut by 
Gerald Brittle if you’re alone in a quiet house. This true story 
of demonic possession will give you the creeps and make you 
want to heed the warning: leave the occult alone.”
Los Angeles Times