by Josh Gross
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is apparently real, there are three of her, and they are all totally bats#$% crazy.
Brynne, Savannah and Tess Larson are all sexy home-schooled Christian black belts who assist their father, pastor Bob Larson, in fighting demons without a hint of irony—when they're not busy competing in beauty pageants or performing in stage musicals, that is.
Rev. Larson says he and his family exorcism band have performed more than 1,500 exorcisms to date. But he also says that's just scratching the surface because he believes that up to half of the world's population is infested with filthy, filthy demons.
ABC News recently spent some time with the Larsons, witnessing a few of their exorcisms and getting their thoughts on why haters always be hatin' on their scheme to take advantage of the mentally ill through exorcisms. Larson's DVD series that will help you renounce the curse of tattoos, remove the curse of cremation and spiritually sue Satan only costs $49 (plus $29 shipping and handling).
But it's OK to charge schizophrenics for fake cures and try to pitch it as a reality show, because as Brynne—aka "the enforcer"—says, "There is a war going on. Satan hates us. He's attacking. And we can fight back."