Details were limited from police, but it was enough for the story to go viral.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

DICKSON CITY, Pa. (KDKA) — People don’t normally associate the words “Home Depot” and “exorcism” together, but that’s exactly what was happening in a Home Depot in Lackawanna County, according to police.

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The Dickson City Police Department said around 3:30 p.m. on June 21, they responded to people holding an exorcism in an aisle at a Home Depot on Commerce Boulevard.

Police added that the ritual was in the lumber aisle, and the demonstrators were doing it for “the dead trees.”

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The people involved were escorted out of the store by police.

The information was given in a blotter-style post, and the Facebook post has over 700 shares and 300 comments, mostly circulating around the incident at Home Depot.

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Police provided no further details.