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Real-Life Horror Story: ‘Demonic Possession, Exorcism and Blood Rituals’

Posted on | October 31, 2022 | Comments Off on Real-Life Horror Story: ‘Demonic Possession, Exorcism and Blood Rituals’

Murder suspects Dejaune Anderson (left) and Dawn Coleman.

It’s Halloween, but you don’t need ghost stories or scary movies to be afraid this year. There are real-life monsters out there in the world, and they are literally killing children:

A probable cause affidavit for suspect Dawn Coleman, who faces felony charges for neglect and obstruction of justice, paints a picture of the strange circumstances leading up to [5-year-old Cairo Ammar Jordan’s] death that led police to identify his mother [Dejaune Anderson] as a murder suspect. Posts about demonic possession, exorcism and blood rituals were used as evidence to develop probable cause to arrest Coleman and look for Anderson. Investigators also found photos of Anderson with the child on social media and Coleman with the distinct suitcase. . . .
Police obtained search warrants for the Facebook accounts of Dejaune Anderson and Dawn Coleman.
Investigators said Dejaune Anderson sent messages on her Facebook account. . . .
According to the affidavit, the [Feb. 19] post said:
“Can’t wait to tell my story: I had to raise my frequency, heal myself and past lives, heal my ancestors, heal (s***) in the universe, heal Gaia to exorcism a very powerful demonic force from within my son. (Had ppl in enough alignment with their soul to assist me.) Still I chose my soul and was able to completely heal myself and remove old paradigms from my mind. I know you can chose your soul with no questions asked.” . . .
Anderson had a run-in with South Carolina Highway Patrol [on March 12] and was charged with several traffic violations and child endangerment.
She was allegedly driving 92 miles per hour in a 60-mile-per-hour zone. Police said Dawn Elaine Coleman and a child, who Anderson said was her 5-year-old son, were also in the car. Troopers broke through the back driver’s side window when the women allegedly didn’t comply with police orders.
Anderson was booked into Colleton County Jail and Coleman and the child went to a hotel, according to the affidavit. . . .
After the South Carolina incident, police said Djaune Anderson posted:
“Stop getting caught up in the vessels of this realm. You guys get caught up with how old the body is, if they adult and kids, etc. Don’t even know it’s a full grown demon in the child body telling you what to do because you didn’t choose your soul. Better start using your 3rd eye.” . . .
Three days later police said there were several more posts:
“Can’t wait to tell this story”
“About that exorcism”
“A book about living with a demonic child
“And a podcast” . . .

(Oh, of course — it’s 2022! You can’t exorcise the “full grown demon” from your 5-year-old without telling the story on a podcast!)

Police in Kentucky arrested Anderson [on March 31] less than one month after her incident in South Carolina when she allegedly tried to steal clothes from a Von Maur store and then punched a security officer in the face.
Police believe Anderson called Coleman from Jefferson County Kentucky Jail.
She led troopers on a chase for about 30 miles in a 2019 Dodge Challenger before she ran out of gas.
Police said Coleman made a post [April 8] on her Facebook account:
“Just because the avatar is of what we call a child does not mean that it is actually a child there are beings that are here that are not supposed to be here that pick avatars to hide behind to play roles to steal energy and to ruin lives you better check to see if the children that you think are children actually have souls or if they’re not menevolent beings with a soul and in a child Avatar. Magic is real curses are real and there are some very powerful evil beings there that will curse your womb and then some. Nothing is what It seems and we are catering to evil beings in children avatars that aren’t even children. Vail need to rise most of won’t most will be wiped out because of your demons in this paradigm has no room for that. AK MG.” . . .
The day Anderson was released [from jail on April 11], police said she posted:
“Just got out of a jail mission”
“Yes had to do some healing and killing” . . .
Police used cell phone data from two cell phone numbers they said Anderson and Coleman used. [On April 14, the women] were in the area [Cairo Jordan’s] body was found from around 4:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
Video from a neighbor’s home shows a car on Holder road at around 4:53 p.m. Police said it stopped where the suitcase was found. . . .
The post [on Anderson’s Facebook account April 15] said:
“This is a whole demon in a child body. Why you think she need a cigarette?! ! Losing energy huh! 64 years old in a child body. Was full of gifts and magickal rites stronger than many of you because your frequency not high enough. Start asking spirit to reveal these things to you hiding behind a body.”
April 16, 2022: Body of Cairo Jordan found in suitcase in Indiana
A man who said he was mushroom hunting on his property found the suitcase on Holder Road in Washington County, Indiana.
The man told investigators he opened the suitcase and found a pillow with a black trash bag inside. He made the horrifying discovery after ripping the bag open.
That same day, investigators said the Dodge Challenger registered to Anderson was captured driving on Interstate 65 from Indiana to Kentucky at about 8:16 p.m.

Before we discuss anything else, let me ask this obvious question: How were these two women paying their bills? In March, they were busted by state troopers in South Carolina. Three weeks later, they led Kentucky state troopers on a 30-mile chase. They were driving a late-model Dodge Challenger which, even if they bought it used, would cost around $30,000. Are you driving a high-powered sports car? You go to work five days a week to pay your bills, right? But can you afford to just drive all over the place — South Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, etc. — in a late-model Dodge Challenger while occasionally trying to outrun the police? No, I’m pretty sure you couldn’t afford that lifestyle. So the question arises, how were Dejaune Anderson and Dawn Coleman paying their bills during this multi-week cross-country expedition?

My brother Kirby called this story to my attention, and wondered how it was that authorities in South Carolina and Kentucky who arrested Dejaune Anderson never called in child protective services? Like, here’s a woman driving 92 mph with her 5-year-old child in the car, and that’s not child endangerment? And while we’re asking questions, didn’t any of these cops notice that Dejaune Anderson is a raving lunatic?

And yet this lunatic is still at large:

A nationwide search is underway for the mother of a young boy found dead in a suitcase, a son she claimed to be possessed. . . .
Anderson is five-feet-five inches tall, weighs 135 pounds, with short dark brown hair. She’s known to wear wigs and hair extensions. Police said she was last seen in Los Angeles, and known to travel around California, as well as Las Vegas and Houston. . . .
Police arrested a second suspect, identified as 40-year-old Dawn Elaine Coleman, in San Francisco. She’s also facing charges of neglect of a dependent resulting in death, and obstruction of justice.

Again — Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vegas, Houston — these women just traveled around all over the country in their late-model sports car, and nobody seems even slightly curious about how they could afford to live this way. Did they hit the lottery? Or perhaps they fraudulently obtained some COVID-19 bailout money? Because my hunch is that these psychotic freaks were not engaged in any sort of lucrative legal employment, and with gas at $4 a gallon, it must have cost quite a lot to drive all over the country in a 6.2-liter hemi Dodge Challenger.

Especially when “very powerful evil beings . . . curse your womb.”

Remember: Crazy People Are Dangerous.



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