Pastor David Stanley’s driveway paving, ho’ house and ‘Church of the End Times’?
Okay, it’s not all just funny, given some of the details. I dare you to try to get through the 45 minute exorcism video. It’s dumb, crazy stuff. I couldn’t last ten minutes.
For quite some time, Pastor David Stanley and his brother, Dennis, have allegedly been engaged in odd and concerning behavior at a makeshift church inside the same building that houses their driveway paving business. Family members and the community, alike, have accused David and Dennis of cultish religious fervor.
You can read above and here to piece together the details if you want. But when you start talking about teenage girls, this gets legally serious – or should, unless it’s only 18 and 19 year-olds. That would be disturbing but not illegal. Ugh! The video provides a gander at the brood in the background, lost soul-looking types, mostly.
“When your husband brings home 10 girls and tells you to sleep downstairs while he sleeps upstairs with them – you realize it’s the end,” Beth Stanley says as she fights back tears.
Those officers – trying to enforce the restraining order – say the brothers triggered a tense standoff – prompting them to call for backup. The officers’ reports claim the brothers were shouting that they “did not recognize our authority” and were “not bowing to men.”
The next day police evicted seven teenage girls from the house.