The Exorcism of Roland Doe

I am in a new Shock Doc for the Travel Channel about the case which inspired the film, The Exorcist.

THE EXORCISM OF ROLAND DOE (Two-Hour Shock Docs Special)

UPDATE: No Exorcism of Roland Doe tonight October 27, but this is not bad news. The network saw the shows and were very excited about them and wanted to give them great promotion. So stay tuned for the premiere dates. This is exciting news but the downside we have to wait a bit longer to see them. I am very excited and proud of my participation in the Exorcism of Roland Doe. So we have to wait a little bit longer but this is good news because they are going to make the premiere a bigger event. Stay tuned.

Here is the surprise I have been sitting on since May. I am in a new Shock Doc for the Travel Channel about the case which inspired the film, The Exorcist.

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.