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Monday, October 11

Pentagon and Pentagrams: US Military Backs Satanic Theme Park

In December of 2003, a US soldier was watching the movie The Exorcist on his portable DVD player while driving near the town of Hatra and noticed a strange coincidence: the opening sequence of that movie depicts this very town. The Sun-temples and buildings contain a statue of a specific demon named Pazuzu, who overtakes Linda Blair's character in that movie. The Penatgon has since funded a little something called "The Exorcist Experience" and has built a theme park aimed at fans of the movie. I can just see the theme park motto: "Liked the movie? Now get the demon!" Creepy.

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