DEMON Pushed Fr. Malachi Martin To His Death?


A Catholic priest who inspired The Exorcist died from a fall after what he claims was a possessed child spoke to him, it has emerged. The new revelation comes from a CIA agent after it had been widely reported Malachi Martin from Ireland told a friend an invisible force pushed him to his death. Ahead of the release of a new documentary, his close friend Robert Marrow has lifted the lid on the moment he believes the priest was effectively killed - when a possessed four-year-old girl he was meant to be exorcising spoke to him in America. Daily Mail

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  1. 1)Fr. Malachi Martin did not inspire the movie "The Exorcist."
    2)If he had been already pushed to his death, how did he manage to tell his friend that invisible force had done him in?
    3)Fr. Martin was not recognized as an exorcist in the Archdiocese of New York.

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    1. another example of FAKE NEWS by the DAILY MAIL! LOL!

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