A sixteen-year NYPD veteran, Ralph Sarchie works out of the 46th Precinct in New York's south Bronx. But it is his other job that he calls "the Work": investigating cases of demonic possession and assisting in the exorcisms of humanity's most ancient--and most dangerous--foes. Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. DEMONIC POSSESSION. EXORCISM. HAUNTED Add Audible book to your download for just $ Deliver to your. Beware the Night Mass Market Paperback – October 14, by . Browse our editors' picks for the best books of the month in fiction, nonfiction, mysteries.

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Ralph Sarchie is a retired NYPD Sergeant and Traditionalist Catholic demonologist. He has written a book, Beware the Night, which details many of his . Beware the Night by Ralph Sarchie, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. download THE BOOK. e-Book. $ St. Martin's Paperbacks. St. Martin's Press In Beware the Night, he takes readers into the very hierarchy of a hell on earth to.

They believed an ancient type of black magic was responsible for possessing Michael. The demon would allow Michael to take communion, which typically would repel the evil spirit.

He would also have fits of speaking in Portuguese and Spanish, languages Michael never learned.

Other priests attempted multiple exorcisms, but they also proved to be unsuccessful. It was believed by those involved, that the evil spirit would plague anyone who tried to help Michael.

Joe believed his involvement in the case had caused him to get hit by a truck.

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After a lot of preparation and a three-day exorcism, Michael was still plagued by the devil. Now, every anniversary of this ritual, Sarchie experiences a serious difficulty in his life.

Of all his cases, I found two to be most intriguing. The other case was one of a curse disguised as a religious object, as detailed in the chapter Dabblers In The Damned. In explaining these cases, Sarchie also elaborates on some aspects of demonology helping the reader to understand why these events occurred. Infestation is the demonic presence in a physical location, such as a house, apartment, office, warehouse or any enclosed area.

Sarchie describes infestation as follows: The demonic will announce themselves in a subtle way.

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Your phone may ring three times, with unnaturally short or long rings. When you pick it up, you may be greeted by unearthly growling, strange noises, static, or no sound at all. Just then there will be three knocks at the door, but no one is there when you open it. Or you may hear far more disturbing sounds: Certain areas of your home may develop cold spots that won't go away no matter how much you turn up the heat or may have sudden, drastic changes of temperature, as if something just sucked all the warmth from the room.

You may hear footsteps walking around in empty parts of the house or the sound of heavy furniture being dragged across the floor.

When you look to see the cause of the sound, nothing is out of place. Or you may be all snug in your bed, drifting off to sleep, when you hear a tapping or scratching noise coming from the walls or under the bed.

Try as you might, you can't find the source of the noise. Suddenly you may get the unmistakable feeling of being watched, a sensation that makes your skin crawl.

A certain room may become hostile to all who enter, even pets may refuse to go into the room, no matter how much they are coaxed. Lights may abruptly turn off, leaving you in darkness, only to blaze on in the middle of the night, jolting you from sleep Objects may develop a will of their own, moving around the house no matter how many times you put them back Sarchie elaborates on this as the demonic effort to do things in three, to show contempt for the Holy Trinity.

None of the residents from this house by the graveyard, did anything to invite the demonic into the home. As Sarchie points out in the investigation, the home was probably once occupied by a wicked person whose spirit lingered there. It is something he suspected upon discovering from one of the tenants that the landlady refused to go into the house when coming to pick up mail, always remaining on the street.

To rid the home of the demon, Sarchie and his team took hold of the aforementioned standard spiritual weapons and began to cleanse the home.

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The strategy in this case was to burn incense, sprinkle holy water and salt and recite Pope Leo XIII's Minor Exorcism Prayer simultaneously at all three levels of the house, so as to deprive the demon of any place to go. The strategy worked and it was confirmed that the demon had departed.

It was a successful end to horrific nightmare. Martin's Paperbacks. Martin's Paperbacks St.

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I am pretty sure this caveman of an author only received a sixth grade education. There are some that know exactly what all these and other occult elements are all about and try to tame the demonic for their own purposes. No trivia or quizzes yet. While I did really enjoy it, it didn't live up to my expectations exactly. Get A Copy.