By MARY WARD
When you think of exorcism, you probably think of this:
But, what you probably don’t think of, is this:
Meet Brynne Larson (18), and Savannah (21) and Tess (18) Scherkenback. Marie Claire called them “the Charlie’s Angels of exorcism”, a monicker which they have clearly taken a little too seriously, based on the photo above.
Jokes aside, exorcism is actually what these girls do. These three unassuming chicks visit people who have what they believe to be troubled souls, and perform exorcisms on them, casting out the demons that they believe are cursing them.
The girls attend The Spiritual Freedom Church, a non-denominational Christian Church in Scottsdale, Arizona. Its head is Reverend Bob Larson (Brynne’s dad) who is the self-professed “world’s foremost expert on supernatural phenomena.” He crucified his own televangelist career late last year when footage of him performing quite a confronting exorcism on a gay man went viral.
He still makes quite a good living for himself running The International School of Exorcism (a private college that does what it says on the tin) as well as selling demon testing kits (advertised with link bait that I may or may not have fallen for during the research for this article.) But, nowadays, Rev. Bob’s main vocation is training up Brynne, Savannah and Tess to be the next big thing in the world of Evangelical Christianity.