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‘Exorcism for dead trees’ conducted inside store selling lumber broken up by police

/ 03:35 PM June 25, 2021
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In a bizarre case, an alleged exorcism being conducted inside a home-improvement store in Pennsylvania, USA, was broken up by police.

Police responded to reports of “disorderly people” at the lumber aisle of the retail store in Lackawanna County on June 21, as seen in a June 23 post on Dickson City Police Department’s Facebook page.

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The Dickson City cops reportedly broke up the “exorcism for the dead trees” at around 3:26 p.m. No further details were released.

The odd report seemingly garnered the attention of netizens, with hundreds asking via the post’s comments section for more information and even looking for footage of the alleged exorcism. The post has so far gained over 560 shares.

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The alleged exorcists were escorted out of the building without incident. No charges have so far been filed, however, as per WBRE 28/WYOU 22 on June 24.  /ra

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