Where Believers and Skeptics Discuss Dark Lore
United States
30 episodes
since Sept. 23, 2018


What is an Exorcist? What is an Exorcist? In Ghostly’s twenty-sixth episode, Pat and Rebecca interview the host of EPH 612, David Vox Mullen, to learn what it’s like to be an exorcist. We learn not only about exorcism, but also what happens to a person to make them into an exorcist. This episode also explores what is fact and what is fiction in pop culture for exorcisms. Questions Explored in this Episode What is an exorcist? When are exorcisms needed? How are exorcisms performed? What are the myths surrounding exorcisms? What is EPH 612? How did what happened to David Vox Mullen as a child and as a teen drive him into his belief? What are demons? Where do they exist? Do they exist? Is there a way to protect yourself? Are exorcisms real? Listener Mail and Questions Listen to a new listener story! Submitted by Anne-Liis, this story is about a Ouija experience in. Have a story of your own? Send your story or question to [email protected] and we might read it on the air. You can also email us individually at [email protected] or [email protected] You could be on a future episode of Ghostly! The David Vox Mullen Show Interview with an Exorcist After the listener story, Pat and Rebecca go on a deep exploration with podcaster, friend, and exorcist David Vox Mullen. From discussions about God and demons to stories about possessed people and places, this interview takes many twists and turns. Rebecca also asks him all the questions we want to know the answers to: Does it work to know a demon’s name? How do you perform a real exorcism? How do you know who needs one? Is there a way to protect yourself? Want to here A LOT more of David’s supernatural and exorcism stories? Listen and subscribe to EPH 612. Have you listened to our previous episode on the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida? If not, check it out here. Done Listening to the Episode? Please subscribe to Ghostly and give us a rating on iTunes or any podcast app where they let you. Tell your friends! Then you can debate the truth yourselves 😊 Word of mouth is one of the best ways to grow our audience, so we can do all the amazing things we have planned for this year. And be sure to find us on all social media at Ghostly Podcast. Then visit our website,, to learn more about Ghostly, and, of course, give us your opinion on our polls on Facebook. Also be sure to check out our new merchandise Zazzle store at for all your Ghostly merch! We want to hear from you! Send us your ghost stories or even your non-stories (if you later realized you saw nothing paranormal), and we also love your suggestions for stories to cover in the future. Email us both at [email protected] or individually at [email protected] or [email protected]  Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at GhostlyPodcast
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