‘Evil spirits’ force Air China plane to make emergency landing

Talk about a bumpy landing.


There are many reasons why a pilot would call for an emergency landing, but an evil spirit is usually not one of them.

According to the Daily Mail, a woman in their 50’s passed on Air China Flight CA 4102 of the Beijing capital International Airport to Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport in Sichuan province, which caused alarm among the attendees.

The captain of the flight called for the plane to be diverted back to Beijing for the woman to medical attention. Attendees used an oxygen mask to help the woman’s breath after she discovered her pulse was weak.

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Finally, the female passenger woke up and was emotionally unstable.

The woman kept telling flight attendants that something possessed her body and began to cause a scene. If a number of people, including members of the crew and medical professionals tried to calm her down, she started to scream and even scratches on one of the air security officers.

As soon as the plane has landed safely in Beijing and 40 minutes after it originally took off, the female passenger was removed from the place and taken to a local hospital for an evaluation.

In total, the incident caused the flight delays of five hours.

This article originally appeared on TravelPulse.

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