Chris swings to Father Karras for offer assistance. He is a minister and a therapist, so he screens Regan who at this point is alluding to herself as the Fallen angel. He trusts her to endure psychosis however alters his opinion when he hears her talk in English in reverse and sees “Help me” ascend on the skin of her stomach area as though written in her own penmanship. He approaches the Congregation and looks for agree to direct an expulsion. The Congregation consents to send Father Merrin, an accomplished exorcist, to help Karras. Father Merrin has already directed an expulsion “which almost executed him” as indicated by the Cleric.
The two ministers plan to fight the evil spirit having Regan in an expulsion custom. The evil presence soul is at its full quality. It heaves obscenities, suspends, retches, sneers and assaults them inside and out conceivable to break their soul. The had youngster talks in the voice of Karras’ as of late expired mother. This exasperates him and separates him to some degree. Merrin demands that Karras enjoy a reprieve while he proceeds with the custom alone. Before long he retreats to the room alone to proceed with the expulsion.
Karras gives back after a short time and discovers Father Merrin on the floor, dead from a heart assault. He hurries to Regan and gets her. He hollers at the evil presence to enter him and leave the kid. When the evil spirit exchanges to Karras’ body, he hops out of the window and murders himself. Father Dyers, who happens to be there, plays out the last rituals for Karras. Regan recoups a couple days after the fact yet doesn’t recall that anything.
Soon after her recuperation, Chris and Regan leave town. The Exorcist closes on a note of strong reflection when Chris gives a silver emblem to Father Dyer which had a place with Father Karras before they clear out. The emblem had been taken by Regan from Father Karras when they were battling amid the expulsion.