I am always amazed at the Jehovah's Witnesses fear and fascination with demons. Occasionally at gatherings, they would exchange "demon" stories, which were just a Jehovah's Witness way of telling ghost stories, and you would usually hear a few "uhhs" and "oh my's" as the story was told. Although I had heard folks of other denominations mention demons, it was never with the "shock and awe" the Witnesses put into it. If Jehovah's Witnesses really have the truth and by extension, the full backing of Jesus and the protection of Jehovah God, why would they be so paranoid about demons? I find it ironic that an organization that claims to have Jehovah protecting it would have this thread of demonic fear weaving through it. According to Jehovah's Witnesses the demons are everywhere and they are out to get you. They are in television, the movies, the internet, thrift shops, garage sales, books, disfellowshipped people well.....everywhere.
It's a joke to the brothers who govern the witnesses. The leadership of Jehovah's Witnesses no more believes in the existence of demons than they can fly. It's simply a control mechanism for Jehovah's Witnesses. They realized early on that they can control their followers by introducing them to something they can be afraid of, The Big Bad Demons!
Knorr and the rest used to tour countries all over, going into the Catholic cathedrals during mass and bragging about it to the Bethel Family. They laugh at such things, but they know that it helps keeps the masses in line. The Watchtower organization holds out the carrot of everlasting life to its followers, but with that promise comes a ridiculous psychological bondage to stupidity, such as demons being constantly after you.