Adam Blai (pronounced “Bly”) is a Church-decreed expert on religious demonology and exorcism in the Pittsburgh diocese. He is an auxiliary member of the International Association of Exorcists based in Rome. Over the past decade, he has helped educate priests regarding exorcism at national conferences, seminars, and through consultation on many cases in a number of dioceses.
He has assisted at many dozens of solemn exorcisms, house exorcisms, and resolutions of hauntings. In addition to Church cases, he reaches out to educate people on the current paranormal craze, the dangers therein, and ethical ways to resolve hauntings. He has put together a pastoral manual for priests on exorcism and resolving human spirit hauntings.
He has a master’s degree in adult clinical psychology from Penn State and is all but dissertation (ABD) for his Ph.D. His professional life has been spent working as a psychological services specialist in the Pennsylvania State prison system, where he has done hundreds of psychological evaluations for the parole process and worked with the full range of mental illness and human evil.