Mary Malone: Spiritualist tries her hand at cyber healing

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A spiritualist healer and exorcist claims she will be the first person in the world to attempt “cyber healing” as part of her a new website.

Mary Malone, aged 71, is a Christian faith healer who travels the world using the power of prayer to help people. Mrs Malone, from Westhoughton, is now on a tour of the Far East and is working with her husband, Malcolm Vickers, to set up a new website which they hope will enable them to help people over the internet.

The website and database is being put together by her business partner, Jim Hawkins, who put forward the plan after he saw Mary appear on television in America earlier this year.

And this week, he will film Mary carry out an exorcism at a haunted 30-storey apartment block in the centre of Chiang-Mai in Thailand. It will also be featured on Thai TV.


Mary Malone is wrongly identified as a ‘Christian.’ Ms. Malone’s beliefs and practices are, in fact, incompatible with the Christian faith. At best she is a heretic of Christianity.

“Hopefully she will perform her own brand of exorcism in the building the form that Mary has successfully performed at locations around the world many times using the tools of her trade: holy water, rosary beads and blessed candles,” said Mr Vickers.

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Mary is also the subject of a new BBC2 fly on-the-wall documentary, called Exorcisms, which will be shown in September.

The film crew filmed Mary performing an exorcism in London this year. It also followed the healer on a three-week tour of America and then back to Westhoughton.

Mr Vickers added: “We spent a full morning on Rivington Pike so the crew could get some shots of Westhoughton and Bolton.”

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May 25, 2006
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