In 2008, Dr. Richard E. Gallagher, a psychiatrist and associate professor of clinical psychiatry at New York Medical College, revealed a case of demonic possession of a patient known as “Julia”. The diagnosis of demonic possession is uncommon among medical professionals who often attribute the symptoms of this to various mental illnesses or disorders. Some of the observations Dr. Gallagher made about Julia are that the tone of her voice would change drastically, sometimes sounding guttural and masculine, while other times it would sound high pitched. She would often speak in tongues or languages she has no knowledge of, levitate off the bed, cause objects to fly around the room, and often reveal very personal knowledge about members in the room which she could not have known otherwise.
She displays no signs of any mental disorders, and the psychiatrists that have studied her have even resorted to calling in a priest to perform an exorcism. This has thus far proven to bother the entity that possesses Julia, with the entity telling the members that they’ll be sorry for their actions, but Julia continues to display signs of possession to this day, leaving psychiatrists baffled by her condition.