Nathan, in all seriousness, do you understand the brain is a very complex organ and our various senses are interpreted via the brain? Btw, we have many more than the 5 senses most people think of, we have external senses like touch and smell, but also pressure and heat, and we have internal senses like balance and things of which we are not aware - senses that determine how to respond to internal pressure and adjust physiological conditions accordingly. Anyway, our brain is the center through which these sensory organs "speak," for lack of better words. At the same time, we perceive these sensory input as an objective observer, only, we're not objective and we don't just observe. The brain is a highly complex organ that can do all kinds of fascinating things, even when it glitches (as all organs and body systems do).
For example, did you know that the temporal lobe is responsible for our sense of self in the universe? One side (I forget which) gives us the perception of place. The other side gives us the perception of space, that which is not us, or, the "self." When there is a miscommunication between the two, the effects can feel quite unusual an unexpected. An individual can feel him or herself out of his/her body, or completely "one" with all of existence, and lots of things in between. These experiences are real in the sense that they are physical events, biological events, however, they are explained by electric currents and neural pathways, not demons. I suggest the experiences you've had, as real as they seem (and were), are not explained by "others" but by you - specifically, your brain is responding to stimuli that isn't there. The response is real, the experience is real, the demons are not.
Check out how scientists can manipulate these experiences on command: