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The Shadow Journals Encyclopedia: Bea Romo Reyes

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Bea Romo Reyes

Full name: Beatriz Maria Romo Reyes

Occupation: freelance exorcist and paranormal consultant

Special abilities: can conjure and control hellfire

First appearance: The Memory of Ghosts

Bio

Bea’s origins are mysterious. She’s originally from Texas, where her mother still lives, and she performed her first exorcism at the age of seventeen. But she refuses to share the exact nature of her powers or how she came to know so much about the supernatural.

Bea traveled the country, living in a van until she was hired by Maggie Greenfield to exorcise a demon from a friend’s home. She and Maggie became roommates and friends, and Maggie’s house in St. Augustine became Bea’s residence for most of the year.

Bea specializes in exorcising demons, but she also deals with ghosts, hunts monsters, and handles other paranormal problems for clients. She does not take jobs about Bigfoot, as specified on her website.

Fighting things that go bump in the night means she keeps late hours, and she can often be found sleeping into the afternoon. Her favorite way to blow off steam is hitting a local dive bar to chug beer and pick up men.

Equipment

Bea’s powers are her main tool, but she also uses various equipment to help with her jobs. The most useful is probably her pendulum, which swings to point her in the direction of the strongest source of supernatural energy.

She carries salt for drawing protective circles, manacles for restraining victims of demon possession, and mirrors for banishing malevolent entities. Everything is kept inside her van.

Quote

I’m gonna make that demon go corporeal and then punch it in the face.

Bea in “Smoke and Brimstone”

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