A 23-year-old student whose identity was to be remained anonymous, was apparently possessed after minutes reading Dan Brown's dark, religious and controversial epic Angels and Demons. Suresh Kumar, one of the victim's close friend was actually at the scene after his presence was requested by the possessed, to take a couple of photos before witnessing the unprecedented event that took place.
"It was revulsive, protracted, and horrific." says Kumar. "I've never seen such a profoundly disturbing event in my entire life. I thought he was just making it up until to the extent that I knew something was not right. I have never felt so afraid. He was starring at me for a while and I thought he was just giving me the hint to take some photos of him. That was when he started curling his lips into an awful grimace which later he let out a scream of anguish that resounded the whole domicile. For all I know, it happened right after he read that book, and he was clutching onto the book throughout the entire process like he was controlled by the bad juju of the book ."
Mustaffa, an acquaintance of the victim who was staying above says that "Although I wasn't there but It was eerie, that's all I can describe it. It was like a wolf howling through the night after killing off its prey."
The victim is currently undergoing intense treatment at an undisclosed medical facility. Doctors have suggested that the so-called delusions endured by the victim could be a cause of a psychiatric condition but have hinted that an exorcism ritual may be possible. A practice conducted by a religious authority which expels evil spirits from people that are possessed or in danger of being possessed.
"At this point, let science runs it's course. I am very well convinced that spiritual warfare is not necessary yet." says one of the doctors who refused to give in his identity.
Questions have raised that the cause was mainly because of Dan Brown's book which was said to be in the victim's clutches during the entire ordeal. However, there is no legit information yet about the true cause of the occurrence.