Scareway to Heaven
| Scareway to Heaven
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Ned and Timothy Lovejoy, Jr., the leaders of camp Pentecost Youth Retreat say that it's story time. Ned asks who would like to share their Christian Testimony. Bart asks to tell a scary story instead. Ned start to then tell them a story about Saul, the king of Israel. Saul tries to get some help from God but he did not answer so he decides to consult a fortune teller for advice which results in the ghost of Samuel, prophet of Israel told him that he would see him in Heaven tomorrow. Ned ends the story by saying that the Philistines smote the Israelites and King Saul took his own life. Only Rod and Todd thought it was scary.
Later in the boys cabin start Bart play on a Ouija board. When Bart ask the spirit of the netherworld to show them some demons, some appeared in the room and began to take over the children's bodies. Bart escaped from the demons and told Lisa what happened. The two go to Ned and Lovejoy and told them what happened when Pat Boone came in. They then told him what happened and he said that he had a plan. While Boone and Bart are preparing for the attack, Lovejoy, Ned and Lisa begin to pray, but it does not help and the demons came and took them too.
The Great Lord of Darkness came to see the demons new bodies and he told them to go forth into to Springfield and posses every last human in town and then to go to Shelbyville and Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport and eventually the whole world. Bart and Boone then entered into the room on a motorcycle. Bart told him that this was his mess so he wanted to clean it up. He tried but failed, so Boone took over. He told the demons that in the name of Christ he commanded the demons to come out of these good people to return to Hell with their evil master, and clean up this mess before the cabin is rented, and they wanted their cleaning deposit back. That made the demons disappear and everyone became normal again. Boone drove away on his motorcycle and started to singing about being on the "stairway to Heaven".