The Bizarre Case of Dr. Rebecca Brown
March 1994 by John Baskette. Permission is granted for non-commercial replication of or excerpting from this material, provided (1) that appropriate notice is included of its copyright status, as above, and (2) that an appropriate reference to the Answers In Action name, address and phone number be included with all replicated and excerpted material. This was originally a USENET post to soc.religion.christian.
Dr. Rebecca Brown is one of several Christian authors who claim to have been involved with underground Satanic cults. Dr. Brown describes her experiences in books published by Jack Chick publications. Dr. Brown's claims are particularly extreme because she claims to have had physical contact with demons, devils and Satan himself.
I dropped by my friends Bob and Gretchen Passantino and asked them if I could check through their books and files for information on Dr. Brown. They had both He Came to Set The Captives Free and Prepare For War written by Dr. Brown and published by Chick Publications. I borrowed and read both books.
I also made copies of the following:
Both Dr. Brown and her patient/roommate "Elaine" (no last name is given in the books) make bizarre claims.
Dr. Brown presents Elaine's stories as if they were truthful and accurate testimony and follows them up with bizarre stories of her own.
The first half of He Came to Set The Captives Free tells the story of Elaine, a former high priestess in a powerful underground Satanic cult known as "The Brotherhood". According to Elaine, "This is the same cult written about in Hal Lindsey's book, Satan Is Alive And Well On Planet Earth, and in Mike Warneke's (sic) book, The Satan Seller." 
Elaine relates her recruitment into this cult at a young age, her rise to the level of "High Priestess" in the cult, and her deliverance from the cult with the help of Rebecca Brown.
The most prominent member of the Brotherhood and it's supreme leader is the Dark Majesty Himself, Satan. Elaine claims to have had sex with Satan on numerous occasions, both as High Priestess and as Satan's wife.
Here are some quotes:
A human sacrifice:
The description gets pretty crude after that. Later:
The wedding was performed at a beautiful Presbyterian church. Elaine also relates that the wedding night "sexual intercourse we had was brutal." 
Some of her activities as Satan's bride:
Nowhere does Dr. Brown question Elaine's testimony. After persuading Elaine to leave the "cult", she received a disturbing letter in the mail:
Dr. Brown goes on to describe weeks and months of daily life threatening battles casting out demons from Elaine:
Dr. Brown relates her own encounter with the evil one:
Satan has a conversation with Rebecca asking her if she really dared to come against him and told her to count the cost. He said, "Woman you had better count the cost because I tell you, I will make your life an agony and an anguish that you never knew could even exist!" 
Dr, Brown has many interesting stories. Once she confronted a "werwolf".
Dr. Brown lived with Elaine for several years. In fact she and Elaine were still roommates at the time of the writing of her books. She described their life back in Indiana as follows:
This description of their life stands in stark contrast to the version given in the newspaper articles and in the medical board findings.
What follows are the Findings of Fact for Ruth Bailey, Cause No. 83 MLB 038 from October 2, 1984.
8. That on numerous occasions Respondent has knowingly and intentionally misdiagnosed her patients including, but not limited to her patients by the name of Edna Elaine Moses, a/k/a Elaine Moses, a/k/a Elaine Bailey (hereinafter collectively referred to as "Edna Elaine Moses"), Claudia Moses, Lucia Lively, Luccinda Sisson, Kelly Sisson, Cheryl Maynard, and two (2) patients identified only as "V.B." and "K.W."
9. That the "misdiagnosis" referred to in "Finding of Fact" no. 8 above, included misdiagnosing alleged leukemia, various blood disorders, gall bladder disease, brain tumors and various other ailments and conditions all of with Respondent stated were allegedly caused by demons, devils and other evil spirits.
10. That in fact, the patients referred to in "Finding of Fact" no. 8 above, were not suffering from the diagnosed ailments and conditions referred to in "Finding of Fact" no. 9, above.
11. That on numerous occasions Respondent stated to her patients that she was "chosen" by God as the only physician able to diagnose certain ailments and conditions which other physicians could not because the other physicians, including physicians from Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana and St. John's Medical Center in Anderson, Indiana were, in fact, "demons, devils and other evil spirits" themselves.
12. That Respondent was inappropriately treating Edna Elaine Moses' purported leukemia with massive doses of Demerol and Phenobarbital to the point where the patient would tolerate 600 to 900 cc injections of Demerol, a fatal dose of which is normally in the 150 to 200 cc range, and up to three times the recommended therapeutic dose of Phenobarbital.
13. That Respondent gave Claudia Moses, a 15 year old mentally impaired daughter of Edna Elaine Moses who possesses the intellectual age of an 8 year old, numerous injections of Demerol for alleged "nausea" and allowed Claudia to administer injections of Demerol to herself.
14. That on numerous occasions the Respondent would supply her patients with excessive amounts of legend drugs and/or controlled substances without any explanation, instruction, or appropriate charting.
15. That numerous patients of the Respondent had to undergo detoxification and withdrawal from the excessive amounts legend drugs and/or controlled substances which the Respondent was prescribing and/or administering without valid therapeutic reasons.
16. That while Edna Elaine Moses was under the immediate care and treatment of Respondent, the family of Edna Elaine Moses had to have Edna admitted to St. Vincent's Hospital Emergency Room in Indianapolis, Indiana and subsequently committed to LaRue Carter Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana for detoxification from the excessive amounts of controlled substances which Respondent was prescribing and administering for Edna's purported leukemia and for treatment of the multiple infections, including infections of her urinary tract and infections of various catheters including a "Hickman" catheter used to facilitate the administration of intravenous medications and also for treatment of externally caused lesions.
17. That Respondent failed to maintain and keep adequate records or charts on her patients and in several instances failed to maintain any charts or records at all.
18. That on numerous occasions Respondent falsified patient charts and hospital records and misled other health professionals regarding her patients condition including, but not limited to statements made by Respondent at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana, St. John's Medical Center in Anderson, Indiana, Indiana and Barrien General Hospital in Barrien Springs, Michigan, all to the detriment of her patients' well-being.
19. That on numerous occasions Respondent misrepresented and falsified prescriptions which were presented to several pharmacies for controlled substances including, but not limited to March Pharmacy located at 2808 Nichol Aveneu, Anderson, Indiana, Gene Maddy Drugs located at 3050 Meridian Street, Anderson, Indiana and Hollon's Drugs located at 2101 Jackson, Anderson, Indiana by writing on the face of the prescriptions that the prescriptions for controlled substances for the patient by the name of Edna Moses, Elaine Moses, and/or Elaine Bailey were for "malignancy" when in fact, there was no therapeutic reason for Respondent to be prescribing Demerol or any other contolled (sic) substance as the alleged patient was, in fact, suffering from no malignacy.
20. That Respondent has stated on numerous occasions that she possessed the capability of "sharing" her patients' illnesses in fighting the demons, devils and other evil spirits that were allegedly causing the various ailments and conditions and that she was, in fact, "sharing" Edna Elaine Moses' leukemia.
21. That without a valid therapeutic reason the Respondent self-diagnosed and self-medicated herself with non-therapeutic amounts of Demerol for her "leukemia" that she was allegedly "sharing" with Edna Elaine Moses and also for treatment of an alleged malignant brain tumor and myasthenia gravis.
22. That Respondent has been witnessed routinely receiving non-therapeutic doses of at least 3 cc's of Demerol on an hourly basis by injecting herself in the backs of her hands, the inside of her thighs, or wherever she could locate a suitable vein.
23. That the board appointed psychiatrist who examined the Respondent and reviewed statements made by her patients diagnosed the Respondent as suffering from acute personality disorders including demonic delusions and/or paranoid schizophrenia."
As one would expect the board issued and "Order" as follows:
"1. That Respondent's license to practice medicine in the State of Indiana, license no. 29402, is hereby revoked."
The Indianapolis News relates other details:
According the witnesses interviewed in the article, Dr. Bailey claimed to have attended a human sacrifice ceremony; that a demon had attacked Dr. Bailey and she responded by severing the demon's arms, legs and head and afterward God took Dr. Bailey to heaven and gave her a drink from a silver cup. 
Also submitted into evidence at the hearing were 11 photographs taken at St. Vincent showing bluish-yellow sores over most of Mrs. Edna Elaine Moses' body apparently caused by repeated injections. 
The article goes on, "Several witnesses said they saw Dr. Bailey inject herself, Mrs. Moses and Mrs. Moses teenage daughter with Demerol and morphine. Great quantities of drugs were kept on hand, and the Bailey home was littered with used needles and syringes." 
The Quarterly Journal article I mentioned earlier gives much of the same information I have given here and the authors investigated a number of specific factual details related by 'Elaine' and Dr. Brown. For example, Dr. Bailey says that the satanists were the instrument of her mother's death. The Journal article uncovered the death certificate which gave a heart attack as the cause of death for this 75 year old woman. 
One irony they mention in light of the anti-Catholic claims in Dr. Brown's books and given Chick publications rabidly anti-Catholic writings is the fact that Dr. Bailey received financial assistance in opening her medical practice in Lapel, Indiana from St. John's hospital, a Roman Catholic Institution. 
More is related in the excellent Journal article but this is sufficient to that Dr. Brown is hardly a credible witness regarding Satanic Ritual Abouse.
1. Rebecca Brown, MD, _He Came to Set The Captives Free_, Chick Publications, Chino, Calif., 1986, p. 30.
2. Ibid., p. 73.
3. Ibid., p. 73-74.
4. Ibid., p. 60-61.
5. Ibid., p. 61.
6. Ibid., p. 62-63.
7. Ibid., p. 91.
8. Ibid., p. 97.
9. Ibid., p. 101-102.
10. Ibid., p. 103.
11. Ibid., p. 228.
12. Rebecca Brown, MD, _Prepare for War_, Chick Publications, Chino, Calif., 1987, p. 224-225.
13. Indianapolis News, Sept. 21, 1984, p. 1.
14. Ibid., p. 1 and p. 5.
15. Ibid., p. 5.
17. The Quarterly Journal, Personal Freedom Outreach, Oct.-Dec. 1989, p. 13.
18. Ibid., p. 12.
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