The Wolff Exorcisms

Feb 29, 2012 by

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The woman came into the church off the streets of Nassau in the Bahamas.The parishioners knew of her, but they had never seen her in this church, a charismatic Church of God.Lillian Wolff, of Kansas City, Missouri, and her husband ministered this church in the mid-1960s. Their daughter Terry Byrd, also of Kansas City, grew up in that church. “It was wonderful to live down there,” she said. “There are different cultures. Voodoo and things like that. It was very strange. The people are wonderful.”

 

But darkness grew over the Wolff family the day the woman appeared. Lillian remembers the woman well, although she hasn’t seen her for more than forty years.

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