So the good Dr might have some corporate competition on the exorcism racket. Looks like someone has decided to pimp out teenage girl exorcists’. They are even getting their own reality show in Canada. I think it would be funny to have a gaggle of giggling teenaged girls walk into a room intent on exorcising a demon only to get tossed around telepathically, hit with projectile vomit, and sent running. Cue Doctor Morrow in the hallway doing the ultimate facepalm... It must be how real doctors feel about Christian science medicine and scientology. http://io9.com/5830999/you-can-hire-a-teenage-girl-exorcist-franchise-to-repel-the-devil-updated
From the article
Think of it more of an exorcist franchise [...] The Church just can't keep up with demand. But I have 100 teams of trained exorcists working all over the world, and outbreaks of demonic possession are getting out of control.
Our phone lines are ringing constantly - we receive up to 1,000 individual requests monthly, and we travel to countries like Africa, Ukraine, England and even Australia. [...] We have found that our female, teenage exorcists are particularly effective at curing the possessed [...]
I’m getting a few furlough days at work over the next two years I wonder if I can make some extra cash performing exorcisms. There must be some kind of course you can take like a defensive driving or notary class. Anyone in the market for a demonic exorcism? Half price to Image Comics fans and for the creators of Witch Doctor and Mr. Kirkman the first one is free.