This is an area that the Lutheran church has spent little time examining, and probably has little interest to do so now. Recently I obtained a copy of Darrell McCulley's book The House Swept Clean: A Biblically Balanced Pattern for the Diagnosis, Exorcism, and Pastoral Care of the Victims of Demonic Possession (2002), which explores, to some degree, the reason for this lack of interest. I have yet to digest its contents, so a review of it will have to come later. To date I have not found a parallel to his work. Currently I also picked up a copy of The Vatican's Exorcists: Driving Out the Devil in the 21st Century (2007) by Los Angeles Time's writer Tracy Wilkinson. So far it's an interesting read. My interest in this area goes back several years, but it is also born of pastoral experience and concerns. My one and only STM paper concerned the role of exorcism and Baptism, which seems to be the only place this is seen in Lutheran practice. Other than this the information appears scant.
I have decided to conduct some specific research into this area, mainly for the future benefit of pastors like myself who will undoubtedly be on the front lines of a spiritual struggle that is sure to intensify in the coming years. We live in a time of pagan fascination with the occult and Eastern religious experience that is a historical throw-back to a time well before Luther.
My concern is that we are not fully equipped for this. Thus my research. If you know of anything that may be helpful in this area, let me know. Or if you have any resources worth finding.