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February 18, 2012 5:03 PM

'Place that needs healing': Powell boys mourned

Nobody used the word “exorcism,” but it seemed to apply. About 30 people, including religious leaders from a half-dozen faiths, gathered Saturday morning at the house where Josh Powell killed himself and his two sons, seeking to use prayer and symbolic ritual to rid the place of whatever evil might remain.

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