WATCH: We Told You That There is a Devil Loose: Pope and Vatican Are Training More Priests Because More and More People Need Demons Cast Out

Rett Leasure is a security shift supervisor at Columbus College of Art and Design, but 25 years ago, worked at a mental health facility for children and adolescents. (WBNS)

Rett Leasure is a security shift supervisor at Columbus College of Art and Design, but 25 years ago, she worked at a mental health facility for children and adolescents.

She was watching over a 10-year-old boy when his family asked if they could schedule a visit and bring along their friends from church. As a mental health technician, she was required to be in the room during a visit.

“I had no idea they were actually planning an exorcism until they came for a visit,” Leasure said.

This was her first time experiencing anything like this. She said the family and their friends had their hands over him and were praying. She said he was laughing and then his personality changed completely.

Leasure said he became violent and back then in the facility, in order to protect the patient and others around, they would strap them down. Leasure said the boy was strapped down with five-point leather restraints.

“He came out of those and flipped on his back like it was nothing, that is impossible,” Leasure said.

Leasure said in the situation she experienced; the little boy’s eyes turned completely black while she was kneeling next to him.

“Not a whole lot scares me being in my line of work, the things I do, but I was frightened,” Leasure said.

The Catholic Diocese said there are four main signs of the demonic:

  • Speaking languages otherwise unknown to the person
  • Demonstrating strength beyond the normal capacity of the person
  • Elevated perception and having knowledge about things they shouldn’t
  • Resisting anything sacred

Father Vincent Lambert from Brookville, Indiana, said the final sign could cause a person to become violent and show manifestations. Manifestations are anything from eyes turning black, eyes rolling in the back of their head, foaming at the mouth, or bodily contortions.

Father Lambert is a priest, but also a trained exorcist. He had been a priest for fourteen years before he was appointed in 2005 to be the exorcist by the Diocese of Indianapolis.

“I tell people I got the job because I was at the wrong place at the wrong time,” Father Lambert said.

He trained in Rome for three months with the Franciscan priest participating in 40 exorcisms.

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SOURCE: 10TV WBNS, Stephanie Stanavich