The girls were filmed screaming and convulsing on the floor of a church after taking the ouija board-inspired Charlie Charlie challenge.
The exorcism took five hours, and the clip shows one of the teenagers lurching forward and trying to grab another.
She is quickly restrained by police and church workers who are clutching bibles in a desperate bid to revive the girls.
The clergy tried to exorcise the girls for five hours by frantically reciting prayers before the youngsters were transferred to a local health centre in Iquitos, Peru.
Thousands of youngsters have played the challenge with many claiming they’ve been able to communicate with a Mexican ghost called Charlie.
It is an ancient Mexican tradition which involves placing two pencils on a piece of paper in the shape of a cross before writing the words yes and no inside the four squares formed by them.
Brave participants then repeat the words “Charlie, Charlie are you here” to summon a visit from a demon.
But those who don’t say goodbye to Charlie reportedly experience paranormal situations such as hearing voices, things being moved, shadows and sinister laughing.