A 60-minute Skype exorcism costs $295, and is considered a tax-deductible donation to the International Missions Program. [...]
"It's real," Larson told the station. "There would be no reason to theatrically stage this for any reason. Why would anybody do that? I have no idea." [...]
Reverend Isaac Kramer, the director of the International Catholic Association of Exorcists, an organization that trains and ordains new exorcists, says exorcisms can't be done over the Internet.
"If a person is fully possessed, the demon inside of them will not let them sit in front of the computer screen to be exorcised," Kramer said.
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That priest looks just like Simon Pegg. Obscure marketing stunt?
Exactly what I thought, that he was taking a Skype/prayer break on a Star Trek set.