Ed Warren: Right. Do you know what month it is?
Voice: Au-goos. Awwguss. August. August seventh!
Ed Warren: Where did you get those names: Fred and Tommy and Billy and so on?
Voice: The graves.
Ed Warren: Do you go over to the old graveyard near here?
Ed Warren: Why?
Voice: To read the graves.
Ed Warren: Do you like the graveyard, Fred? Why do you like the graveyard?
Voice: Death! (grunts).
Ed Warren: What do you think of us Americans?
Voice: I hate you, I hate you, I hate you. . . .
Ed Warren: Do you know where America is, Fred?
Voice: I don't know. Can I come?
Ed Warren: No, Fred. I've got enough to do without you.
Voice: Ed. Ed . . . Ed . . .
Ed Warren: What do you want, Fred?
Voice: Smash the recorder.
Ed Warren: You'd like that, wouldn't you?
Voice: Yeah. (Spirits pull original tape out of recorder during session.)
Ed Warren: (Resuming) Do you know what I'm going to do with these tapes, Fred? I'm going to play them to some scientists I know in America. They're going to be very interested in you, Fred!
Voice: I'm gonna smash it in the night! (A quarrel then develops between two spirits as to who is going to "smash" the tape recorder. As the voices rise from the level of argument into one-against-one "yikes" and "howls," Ed sends Paul out to the car to get a bottle of holy water drawn from Walsingham Shrine, north of London. Paul returns to report the bottle of holy water is missing.)
Ed Warren: Where's the holy water, Fred?
Voice: I slung it!
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