Hell-House to be Exorcised. Live!

Hell-House

Hell-House
When kicking out demons, where do you post the eviction notice?
Turns out the break out horror story, and what ruined the Ouija board industry, The Exorcist is based on a supposedly real story. An exorcism was preformed by twelve priests in a house 66 years ago. And maybe, maybe there’s something still out there?
If there is, the minor flood of paranormal investigators descending down to drag it out. A ghost team, a bishop, and a pyschic investigator.
“The house itself is going to be a totally different process. What we’re doing in the show is going through ‘The Exorcist’ house and doing a rite of exorcism,” producer/creator Jodi Tovay said. “When somebody is possessed, you see physical manifestations of it, and it’s the same with the house. The house, we believe, is a living, breathing thing, and we’re going to see something, too, when we actually exorcise the house — if we’re successful.”
And you can see it all live, Oct. 30th! The first TV broadcast exorcism!