Exorcism Spotted In Home Depot Lumber Department

I know lumber prices have been getting up there, but this is ridiculous.

A recent report over at Penn Live tells the sordid tale of an exorcism that apparently went down inside a Home Depot in Dickson City, Pennsylvania last Monday. Said exorcism took place in the store’s lumber section.

This, as it turns out, is actually relevant.

Police were called at 3:26 p.m. to figure things out. As they would discover, a group of people were performing the exorcism “for the trees that had been turned into lumber.”

They were eventually escorted out of the Home Depot, and that was that. The Dickson City Police Department later included the incident on their Facebook page, in what I’m assuming is a daily roundup of calls they attend to:

“3:26pm Commerce Blvd. @ Home Depot for disorderly people having an exorcism in the lumber isle for the dead trees. They were escorted out of the building.”

How the exorcism was meant to ultimately help the trees, I can’t be sure, but then again I’m not a licensed lumber exorcist.

Also notable is the incident on June 24, in which people refused to leave a local Denny’s.

“11:16pm Business Route 6 @ Denny’s for a harassment complaint because the restaurant is closed and people didn’t want to leave.”

It’s always Denny’s.


Rob Schwarz

Writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. Editor-in-chief of Stranger Dimensions.

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