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23 Jun 2017
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The Story of the Devil’s Trial (1604)


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posted by  Benjamin at  15:18 | comments [2]


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posted by   MORE (Th.) 28 Jun 2017 at 17:56
Mesmerizing story indeed ! But what was the outcome of the trial ? Was the devil condemned ? To what sentence ?
 


posted by   BENJAMIN 29 Jun 2017 at 16:21
Conjured by the priest of Madridejos, the Devil and the other 600+ demons by which Catalina Diaz was possessed agreed to leave her body and stop tormenting her...which they did ! Law and order prevailed ! A fair trial with a happy ending !