Destination America to air first live televised exorcism Oct. 29

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Tomorrow night the cable station Destination America  will air the first live televised exorcism in us TV history. It's called Exorcism: Live! It will air from 8-10p.m. Central.

It's inside the infamous exorcist house in Bel-Nor; that inspired the 1972 movie 'The Exorcist.' In 1949, an exorcism was performed by a St. Louis University Jesuit Priest on 14-year-old Roland Doe. His goal was to rid him of demonic possession. Some claim a spiritual entity remains in that house to this day.

World-renowned Psychic Medium Chip Coffey will be there tomorrow night. He joined us on FOX 2 News in the Morning to share his experience.

Viewers can participate directly in Exorcism: Live! By following online at destinationamerica.com/exorcismlive, where webcams will stream live from multiple vantage points throughout the house. They can also tweet observations of paranormal activity @destamerica using #exorcismlive.

Select posts will appear live on air and help suggest which rooms the investigation should turn to next.

The Exorcist House is located at 8435 Roanoke Drive in Bel-Nor, Missouri.

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