The parents of a Honduras teenage girl say their daughter is now recovering from homicidal thoughts after pastors performed an exorcism on her (video below).
Evangelical pastors and ministers reportedly drove the demon the 15-year-old girl called Chango “away through the power of prayer," the Daily Mail reports.
The video shows two men holding the girl to the ground as she thrashes about wildly while growling, screaming and crying.
Eleven family members attending the exorcism watch, stating that, “'a strange chill invaded their bodies,” once the demon had gone.
Her parents asked for the exorcism after their daughter began demonstrating unusual behavior.
They say their daughter left a note threatening to kill her mother, Albertina Ramos, with a machete.
"In the afternoon I was really happy after coming from a church,” the teenager said in Spanish, reports La Prensa.
However, moments later she got a headache and her personality changed.
“[I] soon grabbed a curved [machete] and said [to my Mother] I'll grab a knife and I'll kill you,” she said.
The teenager would also behave aggressively when they mentioned the bible.
"I'm surprised, I do not know what happens to my daughter," said Wilson Ramos.
Since the exorcism, however, they say the girl has recovered.
This is not the first seemingly supernatural story involving a teenage girl in Honduras to capture international attention.
In August 2015 a pregnant 16-year-old, Neysi Perez, was pronounced dead and was buried. She later woke up screaming in her coffin.
“I was heartbroken because my sweetheart had been taken so suddenly from me. I wanted to be near to her,” said Perez’ husband, Rudy Gonzales. “As I put my hand on her grave I could hear noises inside. I heard banging, then I heard her voice. She was screaming for help.”
“It had already been a day since we buried her. I couldn't believe it. I was ecstatic, full of hope,” he added.
Yet the family faced tragedy once more after smashing open the coffin; the girl had once again died after her brief resurrection.
It is believed the girl may have initially suffered from either a panic attack or a fear-induced cataplexy attack upon hearing a gunshot, and was mistaken for dead after she temporarily lost consciousness.
The lack of oxygen in the coffin is assumed to have killed her later.