Well, last night, a demonologist reached out to me, and asked me to share what was going on. I was aware of who he is, so I agreed. We spoke on the phone, and I told him, “I’ll tell you what’s going on as truthfully as I would standing in front of a firing squad knowing that if I lie, I die.”
I shared my story starting from when I first saw the doll on eBay, why I was even on eBay to begin with, and went from there. I shared things I haven’t made known publicly, and offered to show him proof that what I was saying was true.
I fully expected him to say, “Get rid of the doll,” but he didn’t. In fact, he said that doing that would be “irresponsible” at this time. He went on to encourage me to continue on the path I’m taking as far as resolving this whole thing.
Did he completely believe the story I told him? I don’t think so. I say that because I would be skeptical if someone told ME this story. But, as I said, I offered to provide proof of what I was saying more than once.
He did suggest a couple of things which I don’t completely accept at this time, but I’ll do some research and perhaps change my mind. After all, I didn’t believe in the existence of demons until this happened.
There’s more, but I won’t go into it here. I’m so grateful that he took the time to hear what I had to say, that he offered his opinions and advice, and did not say, “I’ll tell you what you need to do. Give the doll to me and I’ll do what needs to be done with it;” only for it to end up in some “museum,” and for $50, you too can see the famous Harold the Doll. SMH