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The Camp Oroville Incident: Demonic Possession

by Roderick L. Wagner
(Vallejo, California, USA)

The footage you are about to see was found in Oroville, California (Northern) in the Summer of June, 2007 by a local on a hiking trip.

Since 1980, one part of Camp Oroville has been closed after reports of a demonic possession that took place. Lake Oroville officials have declined to make any comments on the matter out of the fear of losing its summer campers.

On August, 4th 2000, a Vallejo youth group took a trip to Camp Oroville. Two of the camp counselors believed that they have a map of the location where the demonic possession took place which was now closed to the public. The history of Camp Oroville shows that it was purchased by a man named J. Parker Oroville who purchased the land in the 1800's. He was shunned by the early nearby settlers because they knew he practiced satanic rituals deep within the camp grounds.

Numerous people who live nearby claimed to hear and see things that they should not see and hear near the roads of camp Oroville. Some even reported it to the local law enforcement but it was ignored and the case was always closed.

The footage you are about to see is what the hiker found on the side of the road. The footage is gritty and dark due to the weather damage over the years.


The Camp Oroville Incident: "Demonic Possession"


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Jun 22, 2011
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Definitely fake
by: Anonymous

The whole Story this is based on is inaccurate.

Jun 22, 2011
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i<3 (.)(.)
by: Anonymous

It's very real, I live like 10 minutes away.

Dec 13, 2010
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Accuracy would be nice.
by: Anonymous

Without drawing any conclusion about the content of the video, I lived in Oroville during the time specified and have some relevant information on Oroville's history. Oroville, is extremely rare name because of mixed origin; like many California towns Oroville takes part of it's name from Spanish. Oro meaning gold (Spanish), Ville meaning town (french). If the whole thing was French it would have been Orville, which is a name more commonly used as a surname, or if in all Spanish it would be Villa de Oro.


The original name of the town was Ophir (Biblical)and was changed in 1854 due to the discovery of the Mother Lode 6 years earlier which caused mass immigration to Ophir which was well located as a kick off point for prospectors and miners. Being the towns success was owed to gold mining, they changed their name, possibly as an advertisement to compete with the nearby Marysville (Named for Mary Murphy a Donner Party survivor) which was growing strongly due to the rush.

The idea that some mysterious man actually named Oroville, bought the camp, sometime "in the 1800's" (Really you couldn't even it down to a couple of decades?) was shunned for witchcraft, then suddenly the city council decides to name the town after him, is laughable.

Once again, I can't say anything about the origin or authenticity of the depiction in the video, but without convincing historical reference, I can only conclude the opening is creative writing.

Nov 11, 2010
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Gotta love fiction
by: Anonymous

Just wanted to say, I live maybe five minutes away from where this supposedly happened (that's walking time folks, not driving) and I never heard about this event. I've lived here for 16 years, so obviously this never happened, however it was entertaining to see that my town has a demonic possession story associated with it.

Nov 01, 2010
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WTF???
by: Anonymous

Dude J. Parker Oroville really? What a load of Bs... Hey lets just name our whole town after a satanist that no one likes!!! LOL! There is no camp Oroville by the way! I think anyone who watches this is going to lose an IQ point or two...

Apr 28, 2010
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well
by: Anonymous

fake!!!!!

Apr 22, 2010
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Fake
by: Anonymous

How can all those people disappear and it not make national news. It's fake.

Jan 17, 2010
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wow!
by: soulchocolate

The action was like, POP! You're just chillin', waiting for something to happen, and then chaos errupts-kind of like how these things really happen! Great Job!

Oct 20, 2009
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LOL
by: Sy

"Dude! Are you cool? Are you cool? Are you going to try to hurt us again?"

Oct 12, 2009
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Here's What I think You Want To know
by: Horror Fan

Your movie is great.

However, it is slow on the uptake. And then, it is not original. The only way to make something like this scary is to start slicing people up.

But seriously, that is not right.

So back it down. Look at the script. Expand on that. Increase the lighting and make things move faster.

The possession should take place in four minutes or less.

Then onto the story - or weave a different one.

My two cents.

Horror Fan

Oct 10, 2009
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LOL
by: Anonymous

some body likes the blare witch project

Oct 09, 2009
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interesting
by: Anonymous

interesting video...kept me intrigued, might want to go camping there now since I live an hour away

Oct 07, 2009
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wow
by: Rachel

WOW..I don't know whether I want to never go camping again, or if I want to take a trip to Orville to check it out for myself...but very interesting none the less
Rachel from New Zealand

Oct 07, 2009
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Well...
by: GhostCoach

I feel less intelligent having spent the time to watch this!

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