One of the biggest misunderstandings in the public’s knowledge about demons is that there is only one demon involved in a demonic infestation. This is actually the exception rather than the rule. Demon’s travel in gangs except for the sex demons, the Incubus and the Succubus. It is hard to say what the average count in a gang of demons is. The typical range is two to ten demons per gang. However, I have dealt with a gang size as high as eighty and still counting. I even have read an account where a Catholic Priest had exorcised ninety demons from one individual victim.

The Society of Demonologists had a case this summer, where the family under attack was infested with six demons. Like in any human gang there is a hierarchy. The strongest being the gang leader. The other members of the gang participate in the torture of the victim and are ranked from the strongest to the weakest. The general process is once the lead demon has been defeated (removed), the next demon in line takes its position as the leader and continues the victim’s torment. The only difference is, the next demon has its own style in its approach to demonic torture. This would continue on until the whole demon gang has been eradicated. Only at that point is the victim released.