In 1973, "The Exorcist" shocked moviegoers. Overnight, the sinister presence of satanic evil seemed frighteningly real for millions of Americans. Archival footage shows audience members frightened out of their wits - and literally out of their seats. Some in the audience ran out of the theatre; others got physically ill or couldn't sleep for weeks. Through rare archival footage, this shock doc will feature the cultural impact of the horror movie and explore the story of Roland Doe, the chilling true story behind "The Exorcist." And for the first time on television, an investigator will expose a shocking secret and possible cover-up in the real-life exorcist case of Roland Doe.
Liquid’s video team traveled to Ohio to interview Father Lampert, an ordained exorcist by the church, to talk about his experiences over the years. The video team also traveled to Indiana to interview Terry Cooper, author, and professor of religious studies at Oakland City University.
The video crew included Brian Norieka, Director of Photography at Liquid, Jeff Archer, Soundman, and Jackson Kitchell-Gaffer, Camera Operator.
The show, The Exorcism of Roland Doe, is set to premiere Tuesday, October 27th, 2020 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on the Travel Channel. #ExorcismofRolandDoeTrvl
Picture of Father Lampert