You guys really aren't ready for what you're about to watch.
Above is the video of an exorcism being performed on a Romanian woman. To be completely honest with you, it's without a doubt the scariest thing I've ever seen.
Forget horror movies and everything else you think you know about demons: This woman just changed the exorcism game.
According to the Daily Mail, the exorcism took place in front of 300,000 predominantly Orthodox Christian pilgrims who were recognizing the annual celebration of Saint Paraskeva, patron of the Metropolitan Cathedral in Lasi.
Apparently, this whole scene began when the woman in the video above started screaming at the top of her lungs. She was taken through the streets by police officers who were trying to get her to an ambulance.
However, another woman stopped the officers, and made them take the supposedly possessed woman to the religious relics.
According to the Daily Mail, once the possessed woman was taken to a glass coffin containing the relics, the older woman who insisted she go there in the first place held her head to the glass, while a priest did his thing to exorcise the demons.
The possessed woman reportedly screamed,
I'm not getting out!
All of a sudden, though – as you can see in the video above – the screaming stops. Just like that, the demons are gone.
I don't know about you, but after watching this, I'm most definitely a believer. I'm not saying I'm going to become an Orthodox Christian, but I AM saying I definitely believe in some sort of higher power.
What other explanation could you possibly have for what we've all just seen?
A spokesperson for the riot police on the scene in Romania reportedly said,
The riot policemen did not act to perform an exorcism, but to offer first aid. From our point of view, any person with such behavior has medical problems. They took her to a first aid point. Because that was in the courtyard of the church, they had to pass by the holy relics, but the gendarmes did not act specifically take her there.
Whatever, guys: I know what I just watched. And I think we can all agree that we won't be sleeping tonight without the help of our good friend, alcohol.