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Anneliese came into the world a healthy baby girl on September 21, 1952. Growing up with her parents and her three sisters, Anneliese did not have a simple life. Her family was strict Catholic, flirting with some of the more intense elements of the religion. To the Michel family, the reformations of Vatican II were to be ignored; there was no simple atonement for sin, and one could not get by on atonement for their sins alone. Anneliese would spend the winters sleeping on cold wooden floors hoping that God would take her sacrifice as penance for drug addicts who had lost their faith. In 1969, while others her age were experimenting with drugs and lamenting the breakup of the Beatles, Anneliese would suffer her first seizure. Doctors would tell her family that... Read More
DON’T LOOK AT IT! Some people think that this book contains a drawing by Lucifer himself, and happens to be cursed. The Codex Gigas, which is the largest medieval manuscript in the world, is nine inches thick and 36 inches tall. But it’s shrouded in mystery as a result of an eerie image of the devil contained within, leading many to believe that the book was written under eerie circumstances. SPOOKY. Legend has it that the book was created when a monk from the Middle Ages was due to be bricked up, after he broke monastic vows. But in order to avoid the punishment, he promised to write a book containing all human knowledge in a single night.