Malevolence or Malarkey? Bathsheba Sherman and The Conjuring

conjuring five
Photo Credit – The Conjuring

A long, long time ago a vile, angry woman worshiped the devil on her family farm and sacrificed the life of a precious infant to her dark lord, seeing the infant not so much as a human child, but as a gift to Satan that could increase her power.  She was an ugly woman, with masculine features, haggard wrinkles, and glowing eyes, and shortly after killing the innocent infant, she hung herself from a tree by the farm’s lake, where those who are in touch with the world of the dead can still see her hanging, her decrepit, gnarled gray feet waving in the wind.  To this day she haunts the farm, invading the bodies of caring mothers and compelling them to kill their children.  Beware.  Should you set foot on her farm, you might be the victim of this restless spirit’s demonic ways.  (Insert hyperbolic ghost howl here).

Continue reading “Malevolence or Malarkey? Bathsheba Sherman and The Conjuring”

Malevolence or Malarkey? Bathsheba Sherman and The Conjuring