It all happened at Pelahatchie High School in Pelahatchie, Mississippi.
Kinda figures - you know, what with Mississippi being the land of the devilish Haley Barbour, Trent Lott, and Roger (the dodger) Wicker; oh, we musn't forget the Citizen's Council, a wonderful organization dedicated to keeping the "heritage" of the South alive.
Here's the story: Lashundra Clanton, a student at Pelahatchie High School, all of sudden began speaking in a deep voice, sometimes speaking in "tongues," during which time she told students "about little-known facts in their past and made predictions on how some of them would die."
Some of the students at Lashundra's school were so upset they fled and stayed out of school for days. Others figured a demon had overtaken her, so they brought Bibles to school and held a devotional service, to try to get God to get her to stop with the craziness, I suppose.
That's kinda funny: magic against magic. Who's mojo is gonna be strongest?
Lashundra says it wasn't the devil or an evil spirit. "Some believe," she saith, "some don't. They say it was the devil, but the devil only tells lies. Everything I said was the truth."
It was God speaking through her! Of course!
Here's the proof: "I didn't cuss anyone out," argues Clanton. "If it was a demon, I would have tore that school up. I would have thrown desks and everything. I didn't say no cuss words at all."
See there! No cuss words, and she didn't tore nothing up!
God doth, indeed, move in mysterious ways.
Newspaper article here.