The teen wasn’t the demon’s first victim, either. The first was 63-year-old Gerald Myers earlier in the day. The 90-lb Hell-Hound attacked the man, pulled him to the ground and dragged him down the street. Myers ended up with 11 stitches, but only because the guy knew a demon’s weak spot – the window to the soul.
“He switched legs and got on my right leg. And that’s when I stuck my fingers in his eyes and he let me go,” Myers said.
A police sergeant got the call regarding the attack on Myers and went in search for the beast. When he found the dog, it was already making a second attempt at a sacrifice for Satan. Tyrell Henry had been walking to school when the skies grew dark and the air dropped by 15 degrees. That’s when the monster attacked, seemingly coming from nowhere.
Lucky for Henry the police officer found him when he did, or the minion from Hell would have swallowed the poor kid’s soul. But Henry was saved by the officer’s quick thinking and a bullet from the officer’s service revolver. Henry needed 16 staples to repair the damage done, but his soul was intact.
Henry was grateful for the officer, stating had he not showed up: “I’d probably, like, be dead.” Police do not know who the dog belongs to, but say once they find out, that person will be charged.