‘The Devil on Trial: The Disturbing True Story That Raises a Singular Question
Can demonic possession happen? In an unprecedented murder trial, demonic possession was used as a defense, and ‘The Devil on Trial’ dives deep into this chilling case. This documentary uses real accounts and recordings to unveil the shocking events that led to a family’s loss of control.
Unraveling the Infamous “Devil Made Me Do It” Case
In 1981, the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson captivated the nation. Johnson claimed that he was murdered under the influence of demonic forces, leading to a media frenzy. The renowned demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, who investigated the infamous Amityville haunting, were drawn to the case. ‘The Devil on Trial’ unveils the haunting events before the murder, the trial itself, and its aftermath through firsthand accounts, including Johnson’s.
A True Story Told by Those Involved
While Johnson’s story has inspired fictionalized tales, ‘The Devil on Trial’ is the first time the individuals directly connected to the events share their stories. Brace yourself for a thought-provoking exploration confronting the clash between reality and deeply held beliefs.
Mark Your Calendars for Oct. 17
Premiering exclusively on Netflix, ‘The Devil on Trial’ will captivate audiences on Oct. 17. Don’t miss out on this gripping documentary that challenges everything we think about demonic possession.