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For a more detailed and fleshed-out look into Ghost's past, see History of Ghost.

This page is a timeline documenting notable (and not-so-notable) events in the backstory of Ghost, and the True Conservative Radio and True Capitalist Radio shows. It is a less serious look at their history, so feel free to add any events you feel are missing, even if they are only barely relevant. This page will hopefully end up filled with the dates and details of various happenings.

If dates are unknown, then use a '????' marker, with an approximate position in the timeline. If years are listed on pages, they should link here (at least for now).

Pre-TCR

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This section contains dubious information that may or may not be from Ghost himself. Proceed with caution!


  • Unknown date, possibly 1930s-1950s: Ghost is born. Speculation suggests he's in his 60s or 70s, due to supposedly having served in Vietnam.
  • Unknown date, 1950s-1970s: Ghost serves in Vietnam.
  • 1993: Ghost 'joins' the internet.
  • 1998: Yahoo launches Yahoo! Messenger, and Ghost hosts his first internet show, when the VChat feature is added. As well as Ghost, he is known as 'Asshole 5000' and 'The Bad One'.
  • 1999: Ghost affiliates with 'Jason' of Yahoo hacker chat (who apparently programmed the first ever hack for Yahoo). However this relationship degrades into a hacker war, with Ghost facing off against with rest of the chat group. Ghost hacks numerous Yahoo and Hotmail accounts, and assumes the identities of his enemies.
  • 2001: Ghost leaves the hacker chat group.
  • Early 2006: Ghost creates a School of Political Science on Yahoo Groups and Wikiversity. Based on remaining evidence from the few pages left on Wikiversity, 'Gh0st' as he was known then fell into disagreements with fellow moderators: citing his 'incivility' to the staff and students, and for deleting articles that were in protest of his interests and ideas. He eventually disappeared from Wikiversity, and went elsewhere looking for debates.
  • December 13th, 2006: Ghost joins Paltalk under the name og_Ghost. Personal Chatroom opened short time afterwards.
  • 2007: Ghost makes both friends and enemies as he grows in influence in the Paltalk community. He runs discussions on Conservatism in his own room, attracting the attention of liberals and other bloggers, angry at his rash opinions. Ghost eventually decides that he needs yet another new platform to broadcast his ideology, and starts to shift focus away from Paltalk once he starts his new show on BlogTalkRadio the following year.

2008

  • January 8th: Ghost initially claimed this date was the first episode of True Conservative Radio, however later goes back on this claim, stating he mixed up the dates.
  • January 11th: Ghost hosts the first ever episode of True Conservative Radio.
  • February 10th: Paul the Liberal, precursor to the Engineer, is introduced to the broadcast. He makes infrequent appearances over the next few years, until the end of True Conservative Radio's run.
  • February 22nd: Ghost is briefly prohibited from broadcasting by BTR because of 'questionable technical disruptions'.
  • March 2nd: Ghost announces True Conservative Radio will now air 5 days a week. He then proceeds to fail to air on half the following fortnight's dates.
  • May 13th: Ghost hosts his first ever anti-mothers day broadcast.
  • Late May: Ghost is apparently censored by BTR for 'hurting another host's feelings'.
  • July 21st: Ghost continues his controversy by being banned from MySpace. He opens a page at iPolitic.net (Archived link)
  • September: Bristol Palin announces she is pregnant out of wedlock, beginning Ghost's slide out of the conservative movement.
  • November: Ghost hosts his first Election Day broadcast. Democratic Party Presidential candidate Barack Obama wins the election over Republican Party Presidential candidate John McCain.

2009

  • January 20th: Barack Obama assumes office as the 44th president of the United States, heralding a new era of Junkyard America and giving Ghost a solid rage target for the next 8 years.
  • January 26th: Nadya Suleman, the "Octomom", gives birth to octuplets in Los Angeles. She would soon become a regular news story on True Conservative Radio.
  • February 6th: Ghost releases a few True Conservative T-shirts.
  • February 20th: Ghost opens the True Conservative blog at ghostpolitics.blogspot.com. This site was active up until Troll War III, when it became defunct due to the doxings and hackings at the time.
  • February 25th: Ghost makes his first tweet: 'I'm trying to cope with the New Communist America!'
  • May 11th: Ghost hosts his second anti-mothers day broadcast.
  • March 29th: Ghost visits New York for the weekend.
  • April 8th: Ghost celebrates his 100th show.
  • April 20th: The first 4/20 episode, Ghost smokes some pot on air for the first time.
  • April 23rd: Ghost gives out free money.
  • May 8th: Ghost makes his most serious consideration of ending the show for good.
  • July 4th: Ghost visits Las Vegas.
  • November 19th: The True Conservative Cafepress site is launched. The site would later be re-purposed for True Capitalist merch, and eventually became defunct after Ghost returned in 2016.
  • December: 4chan trolls start their raids on Ghost's show.
  • December 7th: Ghost joins Yahoo Answers, and plugs his show.

2010

  • May 20: Ghost hosts his third anti-mothers day broadcast.
  • September 1st: Ghost quits the show after the airing of Episode 181. He is not heard live on air for over 4 months.
  • October 10th: The first episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic airs on The Hub (now known as Discovery Family); while this does not directly affect Ghost, the series is fated to accidentally create the majority of new listeners to the show in 2011/2012.

2011

  • January 11th: Episode 182 of True Conservative Radio is aired, the last before the name changes to True Capitalist Radio. Ghost disavows the Conservative movement, mentioning a lot of things the movement has done to betray his beliefs and the beliefs the idea was founded on.
  • January 12th: A day after the 3rd anniversary of True Conservative Radio, Ghost launches with the first episode of True Capitalist Radio, complete with the markets, and his shows become more regular.
  • Late January: The Engineer makes his debut on the show, a direct revamp of 'Paul The Liberal'. His well known slur sounds very akin to Ghost for a while, until his voice starts changing as the months go on.
  • February: The Arab Spring gains its most momentum, becoming a regular news story throughout 2011/2012.
  • March-April: TheTechGuy incident occurs, after he was outed to be a pedophile. He was banned from the show on April 1st.
  • April 5th: Chatroom shoutouts debut. Ghost read the names of people in the BTR Chatroom, and would become a popular trolling tactic by the end of the month.
  • May: The number of trolls increase due to the popularity of various Youtube videos and 4chan threads.
  • May 8th: Ghost hosts his fourth anti-mothers day broadcast, being the first time he's done so as a part of True Capitalist Radio.
  • May 10th: The first Rage Quit occurs during Capitalist Episode 84 when Ghost ends the show about 44 minutes into the third hour after being disrespected.
  • June: Bronies start to become a major proportion of listeners, though they, like the other trolls, have yet to truly explode in number.
  • June 1st: Ghost hosts the 100th episode of True Capitalist Radio.
  • June 6th: In an attempt to campaign for Anthony Weiner to be removed as New York congressman, Ghost started doing Twitter Shoutouts. This quickly became a target of trolls to get him to say pro-communist names.
  • June 8th: Radio Graffiti is added to the show, as an attempt to remove trolling from the Markets, News Commentary and call-in portions of the show. Ghost initially called it a 'Wednesday thing'. However, due to its popularity, he made it a regular segment at the end of every show.
  • July 8th: Ghost Rage Quits a second time during Capitalist Episode 124. This time around, it was because everybody was losing interest, and Ghost saw no reason to continue on.
  • June 19th: DarkRazorZ uploads '4chan Trolls Ghost', the Radio Graffiti Segment for Episode 111, causing a viewer number explosion. A few days afterwards, Youtuber 'Trollsnews' uploads a video reporting on Ghost's show, also putting him in the spotlight on sites like 'KnowYourMeme' along with more threads on 4chan and 9gag. DarkRazorZ also founds the Melting Pot of Friendship Facebook page.
  • July 13th: Ghost takes a week long break from his show (following extreme rage in reaction to the first ever splice a show before), claiming he was out there 'making money' and living it up. His trolls are delighted to see him return on the 22nd. Ghost is shocked to see most of that show, and the next one be bombarded with Troll Terrorists, and takes another week long break - ending the 5 day format, and making shows spontaneous from here until his eventual hiatus in May of 2012.
  • August 1st: Another Rage Quit occurs in Capitalist Episode 128 when Ghost is prank called by someone pretending to be both a Serious Caller and a fruitbowl.
  • August 22nd: DJ AlexS releases 'Melting Pot of Alcohol', becoming an instant hit and getting himself onto the Shitlist in due time.
  • August 27th: Ghost holds the first Spontaneous Saturday show since the days of True Conservative Radio. This would be his last weekend show until April 10, 2016 - almost 5 years later.
  • August 29th: A splice is played for Ghost, causing him to cans.wav for 13 seconds. For 5 years, this went on record as the longest cans.wav recorded.
  • September 17th: Occupy Wall Street starts in New York, becoming another source of rage and a major news story for Ghost.
  • September-October: The trolls celebrate Christmas, much to Ghost's annoyance.
  • October 7th: Ghost endorses Herman "Sugar" Cain for president, with the Engineer playing the theme to the movie "Boss Nigger" in celebration, much to Ghost's chagrin. This would go on to be a large source of memes in the years to follow, as well as causing "Boss Nigger" to gain a cult following due to the show.
  • October 20th: Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was killed in an attack, after Ghost campaigned for the dictator's death for most of 2011.
  • November: Ghost re-launches his Cafepress site, with all-new True Capitalist Merchandise.
  • November 5th: Former Penn State Nittany Lions football defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was arrested for sexual crimes against children. Throughout the month of November, names making fun of the incident, along with pro-Sandusky names and splices, became a popular trolling tactic for the next couple months.
  • November 16th: SOPA becomes a show topic for the several months after backlash against Republican representative Lamar Smith becomes mainstream.
  • December 3rd: Herman Cain steps down from the Republican Presidential candidacy due to allegations of sexual assault, saddening Ghost, who had been a vocal supporter of the man he called Herman "Sugar" Cain. The next couple shows had an increase of Twitter names and splices making fun of Cain.
  • December 7th: Ghost goes on a two-day hiatus after this episode, skipping Thursday and Friday's episodes, vowing to find a new avatar to deter trolling.
  • December 12th: Ghost launches a new avatar to try and deter Youtube videos, as well as covering up the fact that his old avatar was unknowingly taken from "Third Coast Radio", another Texan internet radio broadcast. (Third Coast Radio was run by John Conquest, which led to Ghost gaining another identity) Of course, this does not work, as his new avatar would be prominently featured in Youtube videos since.
  • December 20th: Ghost hosts a Paltalk session and raids some chatrooms.
  • December 24th: The very special Christmas episode of True Capitalist Radio is hosted.
  • December 30th: The True Capitalist Wiki is founded to document every aspect of Ghost's legacy.
  • December 31st: The Ghosties are hosted live during Episode 189.

2012

  • January 11th: Ghost celebrates his 4 year anniversary, despite actually hosting a single episode on the 9th earlier, which he denied during Radio Graffiti.
  • January 20th: Ghost hosts the 200th episode of True Capitalist Radio with a Baller Friday edition.
  • January 27th: Ghost hosts a Tinychat session due to Paltalk not working. Celtic Brony, through an exploit in Tinychat, acquires what he believes to be Ghost's IP, quickly compiling a dox. The dox is quickly denied by Ghost, and Troll War III begins.
  • January 28th: Herman Cain begins endorsing Newt Gingrich for president, destroying Ghost's sympathy for the former candidate.
  • January 29th: Ghost tweets that he will leave BlogTalkRadio at the end of February. In doing so he creates Troll War III, an attempt to remove Celtic Brony from the broadcast, who had been trying to dox him for months, and claimed he scored a 'victory'. The result was semi-catastrophic - with many old listeners packing up and leaving to avoid being doxed, and Ghost coming off as an asshole to some.
  • February 3rd: Ghost returns and declares Troll War III 'over'. New episodes become more sporadic at this point.
  • February: Ghost asks listeners to vote for him in the Shorty Awards, to try and beat the 'mainstream competition', including 'notSam', the producer of the Opie and Anthony show. His listeners react by doxxing him and harassing him on Twitter, and Ghost eventually overtakes him in votes.
  • February 17th: The nomination period for the 4th annual Shorty awards comes to a close.
  • February 23rd: Ghost is declared the winner of the Vox Populi Shorty for Radio.
  • February 29th: The IbanEzzo Doxing Incident is started.
  • Late February-Early March: Ibanezzo stops calling Ghost after he is doxed and called repeatedly by Ghost in a Paltalk for 30 or so minutes.
  • March 2nd: Following this episode, Ghost takes an extended break from the show.
  • March 7th: Ghost announces that Friday would be his last episode, and temporarily changes his Twitter icon to that of MrTaco's father.
  • March 9th: Ghost reveals he wasn't stopping the show at all, but his broadcasts start being very infrequent, and he takes a short break from the 2nd to the 20th.
  • March 26th: The finalist ceremony for the 4th annual Shorty awards takes place at the Times Center, New York City. Despite 'cleanly' winning the Vox Populi radio award, Ghost doesn't even get a mention. Him and his listeners are crushed. Many suspect it was due to multiple troll accounts being used to vote for him, and for having a very low number of votes in the first place for the category (only 550). Regardless, Ghost hosts his own impromptu acceptance ceremony on the air the next day, thanking many in the community who had voted and brought him to this point in time.
  • March 27th: Ghost goes back to his extended hiatus after the day's episode of True Capitalist Radio.
  • April 17th: The fastest instance of cans.wav occurs after Ghost failed to connect to BlogTalkRadio for several minutes, causing dead air.
  • April 20th: Ghost smokes weed on air yet again to mark 4/20. Many (DarkRazorZ included) say it was the greatest show in the 2008-2012 era of the show.
  • April 30th: The Ask KaraszKun segment debuts. KaraszKun takes over the broadcast on occasion, in an attempt for Ghost to slow down trolling attempts by using his new friend to irritate listeners. It only gave KaraszKun more negative attention. Ghost meanwhile becomes very hotheaded on his broadcast, complete with over the top insults (much more severe than what one would normally expect out of him), and threats to dox anyone who messes with him on Twitter. Coodoo17 becomes his biggest pain in the ass, creating multiple high-quality remixes to anger him and cause rage quits.
  • May 15th: Ghost's fifth anti-mothers day broadcast airs, and inadvertently becomes the Last Episode of True Capitalist Radio for nearly 4 years.
  • May 22nd: Ghost's twitter account is hacked by an unknown perpetrator. A since-deleted declaration of bronydom from Ghost is tweeted, as well as a rule 34 image of Pinkie Pie. Ghost reclaims control only briefly, but changing the password proves not enough to stop the hacker returning and posting from his account. His twitter account background was then changed to CelticBrony's pony avatar. DarkRazorz's Melting Pot of Friendship page is also temporarily closed. The NCF claimed responsibility for this, saying that 'Ghost was a closet Brony. we all knew it'.
  • May 23rd: Ghost states, under a new alternate Twitter account 'Ghost_Politics', he won't be doing True Capitalist Radio anymore. He then tells people to follow his new Twitter handle, "gh0stp0litics", before hosting a Paltalk session over the incident.
  • June 1st: CelticBrony quits the internet. Also, in an unrelated event, Ghost regains control of his original Twitter account. However, his last ever Paltalk session, he confirms that he will no longer be on BTR or Paltalk, just Twitter. This is primarily to do with the victory of Lamar Smith, a Texas Representative who Ghost had campaigned heavily against due to his support of the SOPA bill, among other internet censorship laws.
  • July 14th: Ghost closes his Twitter account (temporarily) out of frustration. His account is presumably hacked shortly after due to a Yahoo Email breach at the time. Ghost would later state in 2016 that any Twitter activity after this point was not him.
  • July 23rd: "Ghost" re-opens his account back up to comment on the Aurora Colorado Shooting. He claimed this was temporary, but the Twitter account remained online afterwards anyway.
  • September 27th: "Ghost" tweets a video of Arnold Schwarzenegger's famous catch phrase "I'll be back." Many followers believed this meant he would be returning to the show soon.
  • November 6th: "Ghost" declares he will never come back if Barack Obama is elected. He is, much to the impostor's chagrin.
  • December: "Ghost" unleashes a fury of tweets against members of the GNAA, a trolling group, and former fans who have turned their opinions around of him. The perps egg him on, until he private messages one of them with a racial slur (not with malicious intent, but as the former mentioned group's full name).
  • December 8th: "Ghost's" Twitter account is suspended, with him quickly relocating to his older alt 'gh0stp0litics'. After a series of tweets reinforcing his statements of never doing shows again, an unknown individual called 'FLAWC' apparently breaks into the account, posts a dox of a few trolls, and rambles out multiple tweets all in caps and ending with 'LOLOLOL'.
  • December 12th: A large number of alt accounts begin popping up, as trolls attempt to impersonate Ghost to continue to infuriate him. One of them states that he will broadcast a final show for thirty minutes on the 12th, after which he will close down his Twitter and BTR archives for good. Neither the show nor the closings happen, but "Ghost" mentions that his old Twitter account is permanently locked, with no chance of recovery.

2013

  • Unknown date: Ghost goes and lives out of hotels for nearly 2 years, likely between 2013 and 2015, due to supposedly being intimidated by "government agents". He also states that he didn't quit the show because of trolls, it was because of "ice cream trucks" outside his house in the middle of winter.
  • January 28th: "Ghost" 'recovers' his alternate account, explaining (which he had already done on another of his alts) and he had finally recovered it. "Ghost" explicitly stated he would never start shows again, due to health concerns, and irritation at being mocked universally by his former fans. His Twitter activity drops until the Summer.
  • June-July: "Ghost" starts making comments on YouTube videos and hints at a return of the True Capitalist Radio broadcast. On July 3rd, he posts a tweet saying he considers doing broadcasts again if the majority of listeners agree with this on his Youtube channel at 'ghostpolitics'. The TCR audience get excited, with DarkRazorZ posting older clips of shows he missed to bring back viewers, and other trolls expressing their apologies for the events in December. Ultimately nothing happens, as Ghost did not follow up on the July 3rd tweet, which received over 150 retweets, and a 100 favorites.
  • August 12th: "Ghost" announces he will soon be moving from Austin to elsewhere in Texas.
  • August 22nd: "Ghost" tweets twice, suggesting a return to broadcasting once he moves, 'sometime in the Fall'.
  • September 25th: "Ghost" calls out GNAA member Dutchminati on Twitter, and releases a supposed 'dox' of him, declaring him the vice president of the trolling organization, and one who is responsible for multiple heinous acts on the internet in recent times. Anti-Ghost tweeters react with humor, which quickly turned to hostility when he drops a name of another co-conspirator. The dox of Dutch turns out to be false, but "Ghost's" activity rises dramatically in the days that follow. He also releases some information of two other trolls, but these also turn out to be misled, or deliberately false.
  • October 1st: "Ghost" celebrates the U.S. Government shutting down, after a long period of anti-Obamacare tweets asking followers to '#DefundObamacare' and support senator Ted Cruz's attempts to stall any resolution to pass it.
  • October 31st: Despite promises over the month to bring a new show up on Halloween, it does not occur, and the fragmentary remains of the community together confirm Gh0st as a fake account and a troll imposter.
  • November 1st: The Gh0stP0litics Doxing Event comes to an end, since the remaining fans stopped paying attention to his activities since his projected show did not happen.
  • November 22nd: Gh0stp0litics is suspended from Twitter.
  • December 12th: Celtic Brony makes a quiet, yet unexpected return to Youtube under the aliases of 'CelticDeity' and 'CelticRebelBTR' on BlogTalkRadio. Throughout the week, he posts all of his old remixes and soundclips (totalling some 40 clips), along with a few recruitment ads for the Capitalist Army (which have to known knowledge not attracted any potential signups yet). But his most important contribution was an eight minute long video titled 'Ghost and Celtic - the Truth', that in short claims that Troll War III was an 'inside job' concocted by the two, who were secretly friends, that would provide an escape route from the show for both that would allow them to leave True Capitalist Radio unharmed by their fans (although Celtic was doxed at some point, he neither denies nor confirms those allegations in the video). More information is available on Celtic's wiki page.
  • December 23rd: CelticDeity posts a video of a BTR host challenging his ideas of 'leaving the internet and getting a social life'. The host is notably stuttery and doesn't address the point evenly, giving way to either being a clip of a much larger video, or a lie concocted by the individual in the clip (who has not been identified by anyone yet). Celtic's short lived BTR (which contained a broadcast that unfortunately was not saved) is shut down, and he announces his departure in a single tweet on another Twitter 'CelticRebelBTR' which is suspended a day later. The sudden leave, and the odd nature of Celtic's behavior (who in the past had been a 'major attention whore' as described by some of his accomplices) leaves listeners confused, and also skeptical of Celtic's 'reformed' actions.
  • December 24th: Gh0stp0litics is no longer suspended from Twitter and predictably cancels the show that had been scheduled for that evening. The very small contingent of fans on the Facebook fan page finally begin to seriously question the purpose of waiting for a new broadcast, and a few declare they have had it with waiting, and depart from the nearly-dead community. 'Gh0st' meanwhile continues his usual baiting by promising an audio clip before the New Year, yet again piquing interest from his followers. This obviously did not happen.

2014

  • Late 2014: Gh0stP0litics is suspended from Twitter at the height of the "GamerGate" controversy, seemingly for good this time.

2015

  • June 16th: Donald Trump declares that he is running for President of the United States of America as a member of the Republican Party. Trump running for President would eventually be a common show topic in 2016 during the second run of True Capitalist Radio.
  • November 6th: Ghost's BlogTalkRadio description changed to "This is True Capitalist Radio formerly known as True Conservative Radio program. Ghost tells it how it is and how it should be, call in to us... From Ghost: Finally got my BTR account back! Stay tuned and SPREAD IT AROUND LIKE WILDFIRE!". People quickly realized this, but didn't get too optimistic, thinking it was just another hacker.
  • November 12th: Ghost makes a comeback in this YouTube video, posted on his YouTube account ghostpolitics, after about 3 years of silence (not counting activity by the hacker). In the description, he stated that he finally got his YouTube and BlogTalkRadio account back, and hinted at broadcasting on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve if people spread the video.
  • December: Christmas and New Year's Eve passes, with no sign of Ghost coming back. Many listeners once again give up hope.

2016

  • February 15th: Ghost's supposed Twitter account continues to update on an infrequent basis. This is later confirmed to be a fake.
  • March 20th: Ghost returns to air, and BlogTalkRadio, with a 30-minute Emergency Broadcast. He talks about the Capitalist Army, Donald Trump, and doxing GOP delegates. Notably, he confirms his current twitter account to be PoliticsGhost, and states that True Capitalist Radio will start re-airing regularly starting in April 2016.
  • March 25th: For the first time in nearly four years, a new episode of True Capitalist Radio airs, albeit it was shortened by unexplained interruption. Following this, Ghost went back to his usual broadcasting schedule of 5 days a week.
  • March 28th: Ghost's dog, Templeton, is introduced. He chews into Ghost's computer wire, causing his mic to be broken for 2 weeks, forcing him to use a smartphone. This leads to many instances of technical difficulties to occur over said 2 weeks.
  • April 1st: Ghost calls numbers he believes to be from the "DC Madam's list", a prostituting service who kept a list of their clients phone numbers that Ghost had supposedly leaked. This episode would later be pulled down from BlogTalkRadio, likely due to the questionable nature of Ghost calling random numbers.
  • April 10th: Ghost's mic is repaired, and at Tub Guy's suggestion, "The Chalkening" occurs. Capitalist Army members from all over the world wrote Trump 2016 in chalk on campus grounds, with some images making it into the news. This is also the first weekend show since 2011, barring the Emergency Broadcast.
  • April 15th: Ghost brings back the "Free Format" show format. While being an oddity in 2011/2012, these shows became far more common in 2016.
  • April 24th: After a Republican delegate tweeted an anime picture at Ghost, Ghost scheduled a random Sunday show to get drunk and rant on anime for 2 hours.
  • May 8th: Ghost hosts his sixth anti-mothers day broadcast, this time landing on a Sunday, leading to a Spontaneous Sunday show.
  • May 30th: Vietnam twitter names and splices increase in frequency, culminating in the Twitter name "Left Legs in Rice Paddies", causing Ghost to go into one of his most violent rages ever and take a short 5 minute break. This is believed to be because Ghost served in Vietnam according to old True Conservative Radio shows, and also because of (then-U.S. President) Obama lifting an arms embargo on Vietnam.
  • June 6th: The MaskedPony incident occurs. A serious caller on the show, MaskedPony, is revealed to be a diaper fetishist brony. Ghost spirals into a rage for a few days before recovering.
  • June 11th: The Orlando nightclub massacre incident happens. Ghost responds by holding a Sunday show, with almost no troll calls during Radio Graffiti.
  • June 17th: Several callers raid with Fuck You Texas in Radio Graffiti for the 5th anniversary of the original June 17th, 2011 raid.
  • June 23rd: Brexit succeeds, with the vote totals at 52% Leave to 48% Remain.
  • June 24th: Ghost holds a special episode in celebration of Brexit, having backed it since his return in March. During the Radio Graffiti segment for that episode, Ghost was hit with a lot of trolls, making him upset due to the fact that he was hopeful that his show would go perfect for one day. Also during Radio Graffiti, G called saying that he likes Undertale, causing Ghost to have a breakdown.
  • June 29th: Ghost reaches the 300th episode of True Capitalist Radio. In the wake of this, for the first time since The Return, Ghost skipped a day on June 30th, opting to not do a show, citing health issues. It was later revealed on July 1st that he had to go to the hospital, and was diagnosed with anxiety. Trolls quickly blamed the Butter for his anxiety.
  • July 4th: Ghost holds his first, and as of now only ever Fourth of July show.
  • July 8th: Black Lives Matter activist Micah Xavier Johnson kills 11 people, causing Ghost to go off on figureheads of the movement such as Deray for inciting the attacks.
  • July 14th: The Nice terror attack occurs in France, leaving 80+ people dead and countless more injured. Ghost was midway through a show when the attack occurred, causing him to focus all of the show's attention onto the attack for the remainder of it.
  • July 15th: An attempted military coup in Turkey happened just before the Baller Friday show scheduled for that day, causing it to be Ghost's main focus of discussion, taking only serious calls. Even trolls such as Elfoxoloco called in and informed Ghost on events as they were unfolding.
  • Mid July: Ghost begins claiming the Turkish coup was a false flag, and that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had set the whole thing up to gain more power. Turkey soon becomes a regularly discussed subject on the show due to this.
  • July 17th: Ghost Rage Quits for the first time since 2012 during Episode 313 just because a troll called in asking where he can find an Electabuzz in Pokémon GO.
  • July 18/19th: After hosting several serious shows and taking some days off, Ghost skips 2 shows in a row, a first since The Return, stating he wanted to enjoy freedom while it still lasted.
  • July 20th: Ghost introduces the "Woodshed" segment. Upon pissing him off to a certain extent, Ghost takes off his belt and takes trolls out to the woodshed to give them a spanking.
  • July 24th: Ghost celebrates his 500th broadcast on BlogTalkRadio. While trying to accept a silver skull award Ghost was holding, he drops it, causing it to be scratched up.
  • July 28th: BlogTalkRadio went down for maintenance at the beginning of the show, not coming back up until a few hours later. This led Ghost to introduce a new segment, "Twitter Questions", where people would ask him questions on Twitter, and he would respond.
  • August 1st: After a shooting occurs on Sixth Street over the weekend, Ghost said that he might leave Austin for a new place somewhere in Texas. During the broadcast, Ghost broke his favorite belt while doing the Woodshed segment, leading to him blaming the trolls for it and having to return the belt.
  • August 11th: The Double Dipping Incident occurs. Ghost is confronted at a Taco Bar having breakfast with his wife by Department of Homeland Security agents. Ghost initially contemplates ending the show, but vows to continue on.
  • August 26th: Ghost announces the forming of his "Inner Circle", an exclusive group of 250 (300+ as of December 2018) members of the Capitalist Army. Ghost announced that even if the show ends, he will always keep in contact with those who joined this group.
  • September 2nd: The Nickelshy incident occurred, where Twilie Atkins called Ghost twice in a row with insult carols, and a third time insulting the Inner Circle, causing him to go on an explosive soliloquy over bronies, ultimately culminating in the cancellation of the planned 3rd hour.
  • September 4th: First meeting of the Inner Circle takes place. Due to errors with Gmail and Paltalk, the room was open to everyone to listen. The meeting's recording was later leaked on September 6th.
  • September 13th: The FBI Call Incident takes place during Episode 350; A troll in BN King's chatroom posted a number that was linked to the FBI with the intention of sending it to Ghost. Ghost caught wind of this and promptly ended the show very early after giving shoutouts to the Inner Circle, marking the shortest episode in True Capitalist Radio history, barring spinoffs and special episodes.
  • September 16th: The Body Pillow Incident occurs and the Engineer takes over the show for the first time since 2012. Ghost unveils his new avatar, designed by KaraszKun.
  • September 23rd: Ghost extends the show back to 3 hours, and releases the Engineer's (or Engin Ear as it says on it) autograph. After it started to sell faster than Ghost's own autograph, he raged so hard that he cans.wav'd 36 times, a new record for the show.
  • October 3rd: Fanning the flames of the ongoing TCR Civil War, several Inner Circle members and serious callers, such as Teutonic Plague, 727 Caller, Kahuna Capitalist, Trumping Capitalist and DistillingCapitalist expressed their support for Team Engineer. This led to Ghost crying and raging, and ending the show half an hour early.
  • October 4th: Continuing the "Betrayal Week", Teutonic Plague and Distilling Capitalist called in and tried to apologize for the call on Monday, to no avail, as Ghost claimed he could hear deception in their voices, leading to him raging hard again.
  • October 5th: The "betrayal" call was flipped on its head when another call was played including various bronies (such as MaskedPony and Twilie Atkins) and Hillary Clinton supporting Ghost, along with the Engineer himself playing Boss Nigger. This call also greatly upset Ghost, although without the element of betrayal, it was not enough to make him rage quit.
  • October 6th: Following the initial "betrayals", KaraszKun had been targeted on Twitter for drawing nude art. He called in to Ghost and tried to explain himself over it, but after Ghost was tweeted that he was drawing hentai, he started crying about the betrayal again, and ended the show abruptly.
  • October 7th: The "G Suicide Hoax Incident" occurs, the largest drama incident on the show since the 4 year break of the show in May 2012. G's "betrayal" occurs, as he's ousted for being Toilet Guy and liking anime, however it quickly turns sour when G later claims on twitter that he's going to kill himself, later turning out he was doing it for attention for his BTR show. This led to Ghost kicking G out of the Circle, banning him from the show, and seriously contemplating ending the show for good in a Paltalk session with members of the Capitalist Army.
  • October 8th: The "CelticIbanCrew Blackmailing Incident" begins, with someone under the twitter name CelticIbanCrew began threatening to dox and swat everyone in the Inner Circle if Ghost did not dox himself within 48 hours.
  • October 10th: A Splice regarding TCR Listeners who listen from The Brony Network's Chatroom is played, triggering Ghost to cans.wav for 14 seconds, thus breaking the previous "Longest cans.wav" record of 13 Seconds.
  • October 11th: Before Ghost went live on this day, CelticIbanCrew gave Ghost until the show starts to release his info, or else he'll dox a member of the Inner Circle. He quickly fell silent after this, and was later doxed by Ghost.
  • October 14th: Ghost embraces the Ghostler moniker, editing his new avatar to look more like "Ghostler", stating that he was taking command of the Meme Wars.
  • October 19th: The show scheduled for the day was cancelled when BlogTalkRadio's switchboard went down for maintenance. Ghost was unable to call in and start the show, nor could any callers get in. Ghost decided to host the show on Paltalk, and provide commentary on the third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
  • October 21st: Ghost is visited by the Police live on the air, ending the show abruptly. It was later revealed he had a noise complaint against him, which is why they showed up.
  • October 23rd: The TCR Civil War ends. Ghost pulls down both his autograph and Engineer's autograph, bringing an end to the war, the outcome being a small victory for Team Ghost.
  • October 24th: Ghostler Youth merchandise goes on sale for a limited time.
  • October 25th: Asho and Trumping Capitalist start a #BanTeutonic movement due to how Teutonic Plague reacted to Ghost's dog, Templeton, biting him on the air, and also for his attitude towards the now-serious caller Asho. This movement gains traction over the next several days.
  • October 28th: Templeton autographs begin selling on ghost.market. Ghost claimed that if 50 of them were sold before Halloween, he would ban Teutonic Plague from the show permanently. He later claimed during that day's show that if they sold enough, he would ban Teutonic in mid-show. They quickly sold the required 50, and Ghost banned Teutonic Plague, only for him to reveal in his final moments that he was a closet brony, causing one of Ghost's biggest rages in TCR history.
  • October 31st: The Halloween episode. Tub Guy breaks the record for longest cans.wav at the end of Radio Graffiti, getting 15 seconds of cans.
  • November 2nd: Tub Guy proposes a new operation for the Capitalist Army to do over the weekend: Operation Lolita, to expose the alleged pedophilia of the Clintons.
  • November 3rd: Ghostler Youth merchandise gets pulled down by Ghost.
  • November 6th: The FBI drops the re-investigation into Hillary Clinton's e-mails, causing Ghost to be very upset the following show on November 7th, with him thinking this may be the end for Trump.
  • November 8th: Election Day. Donald Trump, against all odds, wins the 2016 election in a stunning upset against Hillary Clinton, much to the joy of Ghost. TCR is confirmed to continue broadcasting indefinitely.
  • November 25th: After skipping the Thanksgiving show, Ghost hosts an emergency Black Friday broadcast, later in the evening than usual. He discusses the supposed "democrat counter-coup" against Donald Trump, and Jill Stein's recount of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania being nothing more than a scam.
  • November 28th: Ghost hosts his 400th episode of True Capitalist Radio.
  • December 7th: Ghost (reluctantly) starts selling Pony Merch, releasing a "Ponified Capitalist" autograph on ghost.market, despite heavy opposition.
  • December 8th: Ghost learns from the 727 Caller that RaidenSnake apparently likes anime and is a furry, causing him to have a breakdown and also rage quit.
  • December 9th: After Ghost refused to believe that RaidenSnake likes anime and is a furry, stating it was a conspiracy, a troll sets up a fake Steam account with strange pictures on it to frame RaidenSnake, causing massive rage again and leading to another threat of leaving the show for good.
  • December 19th: During a show, Templeton "pinches the loaf" on Ghost's carpet, causing him to have to call Stanley Steamer to get it cleaned. The cleaning cost $117, much to Ghost's dismay.
  • December 23rd: Ghost hosts his 600th episode on BlogTalkRadio, True Conservative and True Capitalist combined. While Ghost was trying to call prostitutes, a troll gave him the number of Trump Tower's bar and successfully tricked him into calling it, causing Ghost to have one of the biggest rages in TCR history, and begs Donald Trump for forgiveness. After months of not calling, G made his return to the show, with Ghost stating everything was fine between them.
  • December 24th: Ghost hosts a Christmas Eve show for the second time in five years.
  • December 27th: After a family member left some marijuana at his house over the Christmas festivities, Ghost consumes THC on the air again to celebrate the 420th episode of TCR.
  • December 30th: Ghost begins selling another 50 slots of the Inner Circle at an increased price of $100.
  • December 31st: Ghost hosts his final show of 2016, and The Ghosties.

2017

  • January 2nd: Ghost hosts his first show of 2017, and is bombarded with Big Smoke order calls.
  • January 4th: Ghost rage quits after getting hit with more Big Smoke calls and an audio clip of the Internet Buttstalker.
  • January 6th: A shooting in a Fort Lauderdale, Florida airport happens. Ghost rages over the fact the shooter allegedly likes anime, and the fact that a Portuguese news station was fooled into believing the shooter was comedian Sam Hyde for a short while.
  • Early January: The Inner Circle Discord chat is opened, with Ghost on occasion interacting with the chatroom in mid-show.
  • January 10th: The record for longest cans.wav is broken again when Benito Ghostini played a splice of Bernie Sanders raping Ghost.
  • January 11th: The 9th anniversary of Ghost broadcasting on BlogTalkRadio. After an intro splice from ThisIsSparta, Ghost announces that CelticBrony is, in fact, an Inner Circle member, and that they had forgiven anything that had happened in the past.
  • January 12th: Ghost rage quits again after trolls during Radio Graffiti caused him to lose his sanity and people on Twitter sent him images to piss him off.
  • January 13th: After a failtroll made a Pizzagate joke during Radio Graffiti, Ghost gave out his number on the air and ended the show early for the second broadcast in the row.
  • January 16th: Ghost takes the day off for MLK day.
  • January 17th: The failtroll from the previous broadcast calls in again. Ghost noticed the caller's address on a sexual predator list and tried to get him to explain why, but the caller did not answer. The caller was then doxed after the broadcast.
  • January 18th: The show starts late due to technical difficulties, and Ghost hears a chopper around his house at random intervals of the show, causing him to rage at random.
  • January 20th: Donald Trump is inaugurated as President of the United States, ending Obama's presidency, much to Ghost's glee.
  • January 26th: Teutonic Plague calls in and accuses MaskedPony, CelticBrony and Goofy Bone as those responsible for the Cleveland calls, leading to Ghost accusing him of the Cleveland calls.
  • January 27th: After going off on the Alt-Right being a Russian front to discredit Trump's movement, and going off on some people in the Inner Circle trying to plot against Ghost with Teutonic Plague, Ghost states he may stop doing the show for good again. He did return the following Monday. He also revealed that StriverSurvivor, better known as the person who plays the character Eeyore, was kicked out of the Inner Circle for not knowing how to use an eBay account, and for generally annoying Ghost and the entire Inner Circle.
  • January 28th: The "Find Ghost's Son" incident occurs. CelticIbanCrew returned, claiming he would once again dox Inner Circle members if Ghost did not dox himself. In an odd move, Ghost "doxed" himself and begged the trolls to help find his son, who he claimed he hadn't seen in years, leading to many memes about him being retweeted by Ghost. His "son" was later confirmed to be a man named Robert, and CelticIbanCrew deleted his account shortly after this campaign began, but not before tweeting "We will win @TeutonicPlague We will win." Elfoxoloco claims this is the date he initially contacted the FTC.
  • January 31st: Inner Circle Short Bus is formed. The undesirable elements of the Inner Circle are placed in a group initially known as the "kids table", but later referred to as the "short bus".
  • February 2nd: A troll calls in with a recording of Elfoxoloco talking trash about Ghost behind his back, causing Ghost to rage quit and kick Elfoxoloco from the Inner Circle chatroom. He skips the Friday show due to this.
  • February 14th: Valentine's Day show. Ghost rage quits over Michael T. Flynn's resignation, claiming the Trump administration may not last much longer at this rate. He skips the following show due to this.
  • February 18th: Foxo-Tubguy Civil War starts. Elfoxoloco claims he has been in contact with the FTC since January 28th and plans to take Ghost to court over illegal business practices relating to his autograph sales. Tub Guy's chatroom is temporarily shut down, and Elfoxoloco starts a new chatroom.
  • February 19th: Tub Guy temporarily retires his character in the wake of the drama, and his chatroom is re-opened, albeit less active due to the exodus to Elfoxo's chatroom.
  • February 24th: Ghost begins selling Mr. Fortune Cookie and Mr. Optimism's autographs. Ghost poses the trolls a contest: If Optimism wins, Radio Graffiti will no longer be a part of the show, and if Fortune Cookie wins, Radio Graffiti gets 30-40 minutes each show.
  • February 28th: President Trump gives an address to Congress. Ghost broadcasts slightly later in the day, and does a show during the speech, giving commentary.
  • March 2nd: Screencaps of the Inner Circle chat are leaked by an unknown member showing them buying Mr. Optimism cards in massive amounts. Later in the day, in retaliation, the Inner Circle raids Elfoxoloco's chatroom.
  • March 3rd: The autographs get pulled down, with Mr. Optimism winning. However, due to massive backlash and the drama between the Inner Circle and the community, Ghost offers to compromise with the trolls.
  • March 4th: The Saturday Night Troll Show begins as a spin-off of TCR due to the massive amounts of autographs purchased by both sides, to a massive positive response.
  • March 10th: "Butter Friday" takes place. Ghost rages for around an hour over images being sent to him related to butter, and more posts were made after he threw up on the air.
  • March 11th: Ghost has his Twitter locked after calling out alternative media correspondent Lucian Wintrich. He initially quits Twitter and moves to the Twitter alternative, gab.ai, but returns to Twitter after getting unlocked.
  • March 14th: Several Inner Circle members are doxed by an anonymous /pol/ user, claiming to have gathered info through a mole in the Inner Circle. The members doxed were Amy Daly, DistillingCapitalist, Jon Mccarty, The Arab Prince, and InsaneEnergy.
  • March 16th: The Inner Circle Bounty Hunt begins. The First TCR Cold War ends and The Second TCR Cold War begins. Ghost offers $500 to anyone who sells out the Inner Circle leakers, and $750 if they're trolled off the internet as well.
  • March 17th: Saint Patrick's Day. Ghost cryptically reveals that several Inner Circle members are doing the leaking of info. During the show, the Inner Circle leaker drops the emails of several Inner Circle members, mostly those who bought in the first batch. Elfoxoloco's supposed dox is dropped later that evening on the TCR wiki, though this is later lost.
  • March 18th: In the early morning, Ghost accuses the TCR Steam Community of having something to do with the Inner Circle leaking, due to cryptic posts made by them. Ghost later deleted these tweets.
  • March 20th: Ghost celebrates the first anniversary of his return to the show. A caller who made several pedophile-related splices was later exposed on Twitter by Ghost, with him sending out even more cryptic tweets. The Inner Circle Bounty Hunt fizzles out at this point, with no more events taking place.
  • March 21st: Ghost cancels the show he scheduled for that day due to some real-life business.
  • Late March: Hoodie resurrects his Tub Guy character, once again usually being the last caller Ghost takes during Radio Graffiti.
  • March 22nd: The Westminister Bridge terrorist attack occurs. After several names joking about RaidenSnake possibly being a casualty and Ghost not seeing him on the switchboard as usual, he feared that Raiden was involved in the attack, which is later proven false after the he appeared in the Inner Circle chatroom.
  • March 31st: After not drinking beer for a few weeks, Ghost "falls off the wagon" and starts drinking again, despite admitting he has a problem.
  • April 1st: Ghost pulls an April Fool's day prank on everyone by cutting the Saturday Night Troll Show short after going off about sexualizing cartoons.
  • April 5th: After attempting to go sober again, Ghost falls off the wagon after being tweeted lots of beer-related gifs and images.
  • April 11th: Ghost skips the show scheduled for this day due to poor weather conditions in San Antonio.
  • April 12th: Mah Keedz merch starts getting sold on ghost.market, with Ghost offering to extend the Saturday Night Troll Show to 3 hours if 50 is sold.
  • April 14th: Ghost skips the show scheduled for the day due to taking Good Friday off.
  • April 15th: During an argument between an anti-Raidensnake caller advocating for him to be banned, Karaszkun, Trumping Capitalist and Raidensnake, Raidensnake deletes his twitter and leaves the Inner Circle, apparently quitting TCR. Enough Mah Keedz merch is sold, extending the Saturday Night Troll Show by an hour.
  • April 16th: Raidensnake returns to twitter and announces that his call was dropped due to people trying to hack him, he didn't leave the Inner Circle chatroom but was kicked out, and claims the accounts attached to his name are fake. Ghost also begins selling Helicopter Rides for Antifa apparel.
  • April 20th: 4/20. Ghost consumes THC on his show once again, but much to his shock, the majority of his serious fans huffed paint as a result of a trend started by Distilling Capitalist.
  • April 22nd: After a massive rant, Ghost consumes the rest of the THC he acquired. A group call between Raidensnake, many serious callers and "MaskedPony" went on for 10 or so minutes, with Ghost being fooled by the fake MaskedPony.
  • April 24th: Ghost gets into a public twitter spat with Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and later his followers/fans such as Trumping Capitalist.
  • April 25th: Ghost's wife is involved in a car accident, causing Ghost to cancel the show for that day and many serious callers and trolls to send well wishes. Ghost later tweets, thanking those who tweeted kind words to him about his wife, and states that she's OK, promising to share more info on tomorrow's broadcast.
  • April 26th: Ghost brings up the car accident during the broadcast, saying that it occurred due to his wife trying to avoid running over a squirrel. This led to many squirrel-related Shoutout names and Radio Graffiti calls.
  • April 26th-April 28th: Ghost goes missing temporarily. He returns, announcing he took a sabbatical to rest and relax from the show.
  • April 29th: Ghost begins selling Saturday Night Troll Show merch. Ghost would also become upset with Trumping Capitalist, after it was revealed he cared more about getting paid for his ghost.report articles than Ghost's safety during his disappearance.
  • May 1st: During the show, Ghost saw that an Inner Circle member, who was InsaneEnergy, "disrespecting him" in the chatroom, this led to him implementing Chatroom Martial Law for the first time in 5 years, and going off on an explosive rant about the Youth of America, and also referenced another Inner Circle member frustrating him.
  • May 2nd: Ghost abruptly cancels the show scheduled for this day for, at the time, unexplained reasons. He later reveals the next day that the woman who's been giving him free cupcakes is trying to instigate an affair with Ghost, and Mrs. Ghost was none too pleased about it, forcing him to abandon the show for that day.
  • May 3rd: During Radio Graffiti, leaked audio of Ghost and Trumping Capitalist arguing was played, causing Ghost to rage quit and announcing that he will possibly shut down the Inner Circle and create the Inner Triangle, purging those he views as undesirable members. RaidenSnake quits the Inner Circle over Twitter.
  • May 4th: Ghost announces that Elfoxoloco merch will be sold on Ghost.market soon. Ghost claimed the Merch will be sold to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS. An image of Elfoxoloco was also posted by Ghost.
  • May 5th: The 500th Episode of TCR. Ghost drinks Dom P and smokes THC on the air once again. During the show, Elfoxoloco manages to pull Episode 433 from the archive due to Ghost having given out a caller's number on the air during that episode. Additionally, 8chan's /pol/ and Friday Panic supposedly dox and pizzabomb Ghost during the episode.
  • May 6th: "El Poz-Hole Fox-hole" autographs goes up. Due to its "homophobic" nature, it's quickly pulled down from ghost.market by Gumroad after Elfoxoloco reported the autograph, shutting ghost.market down for good. However, Ghost continued to sell the autograph via ghost.report by paying $5 in BTC, even offering a free Ghost autograph to whoever buys this way. Ghost hosts the final episode of the Saturday Night Troll Show.
  • May 7th: Ghost announces that TCR/Troll Show will be less frequent from now on due to the amount of cartoon fetished people and the then-recent Elfoxoloco drama, as well as the loss of Marine Le Pen in France. Ghost states that the show isn't dead, it will no longer be broadcasted as regularly.
  • May 8th: CelticIbanCrew reveals private DMs with Elfoxoloco stating both of them planned to report Ghost to the authorities for doxing once again. After this tweet is retweeted by Ghost, it's quickly taken down, but not before screencaps could be saved. Elfoxoloco states he's taken down several Inner Circle Twitter accounts since the incident started.
  • May 9th: Styxhexenhammer, a somewhat popular Youtuber, appeals to Ghost for him to continue the show, which is tweeted out by Ghost, thanking him for the kind words. Twilie Atkins reveals she also reported Ghost to twitter, with Twitter responding his account was in violation of the rules.
  • May 15th: Ghost writes a ghost.report editorial over whether or not he should start livestreaming video games on some service, and if people would actually tune into it. This was met with an overwhelmingly positive reponse by fans/trolls.
  • May 18th: Ghost does an emergency broadcast to warn his listeners of a possible coup in United States. He urged everyone listening to reignite the spirit of 2016 and Meme Magic. This video is later deleted.
  • May 20th: Ghost announces he has purged the Inner Circle, with Ghost banning several members of the group. Trumping Capitalist is told to leave for a month, but following tweets is banned permanently. He later claims Ghost is trying to dox him, which is proven when Ghost calls his parents, as well as retweets tweets from other people with his actual face.
  • May 22nd: Ghost posts another video on his Youtube account discussing a potential pullback on Bitcoin in June. This video is later deleted.
  • May 23rd: Ghost claims in a tweet that he will return to the show in June.
  • May 26th: True Capitalist Radio obtains its first sponsor, an online gambling site for Cryptocurrency. Ghost promotes it on his social media pages, and states that if 100 people sign up through his link, a private True Capitalist Radio poker tournament can be held.
  • May 27th: Ghost once again purges the Inner Circle in private.
  • June 8th: Ghost gets temporarily blocked from Twitter for an undisclosed reason.
  • June 17th: Twitter suspends Ghost's account permanently because he used the term "Poz-Hole". Ghost subsequently moves all his Internet activity to ghost.report and his gab.ai account.
  • June 29th: The Inner Circle is purge comes to a slow halt
  • July 4th: Ghost's planned comeback day comes and goes with no sign of Ghost. The Second TCR Cold War ends.
  • July 6th: Ghost announces the reason for his absence on July 4th, claiming he was too wasted to broadcast, and puts the show on indefinite hiatus until he can get his alcoholism in check, with him not wanting to be a bad influence to younger people who listen to the show.
  • July 8th-9th: Ghost goes on what he claims to be "one last alcoholic session", swearing he'll improve his health. Ghost soon goes MIA from ghost.report after this, infrequently updating his Gab in the intervening months. Trumping Capitalist and InsaneEnergy attempt to leave the community following a lengthy battle over Twitter, Gab, and /pol/ with trolls, blocking many of them on Twitter.
  • August: Rumors circulate that Ghost would make a return sometime during the month, however, this was proven false as Ghost did not appear to do a show.
  • August 7th: TheBronyNetwork tweets out the number to "Burger Planet", before posting a short recording of what seems to be Ghost. Trolls call the show shortly thereafter and it's believed Ghost also called up the show, as well as raiding Burger Planet's discord with the Inner Circle, to which they were banned immediately after.
  • September: Rumors, supposedly from an anonymous Inner Circle source, begin circulating that Ghost may return on 9/11. The date comes and goes with no sign of a show.
  • September 13th: Ghost posts a poll on his Gab account asking if TCR should return, with "Yes" leading with 88%, and "No" at just 5%.
  • September 27th: Ghost, in a Gab post, tells people to prepare for the show's return by listening to the archive. This is the first direct confirmation since July that the show would return.
  • October: The Official TCR Chat is started by DeplorableCapitalist and InsaneEnergy. The TCR Chatroom Cold War quietly begins.
  • October 1st: The Mandalay Bay shooting happens, leaving 59 dead. Ghost believes it to be a false flag, which caused Asho to call Ghost crazy. This led to Ghost banning Asho from the Inner Circle. It's later revealed in January 2018 that Asho was banned due to his brother annoying Ghost and many other members.
  • October 14th: Ghost states on Gab that TCR will return, one last time, by the end of October. He also states that this will be the final time, and that after this the "showmaster" will be revealed, possibly hinting at him doxing himself when he quits.
  • October 30th: Ghost updates his avatar, and confirms Halloween as his return date.
  • October 31st: Ghost unveils his new merch, and airs Episode 501, ending a 6 month hiatus.
  • November: Allegations of sexual misconduct against Republican Party Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore begins to surface. Ghost endorses Moore despite the allegations, and the Alabama senate election becomes a common show topic during the month.
  • November 5th: The Sutherland Springs (a city in Texas, 30 miles east of San Antonio) church shooting happens, leaving 26 dead (including the perpetrator), and 20 wounded in the deadliest shooting in a place of worship. The shooting is discussed prominently the next day on Ghost's show.
  • November 20th: Ghost skips his first show since the return, citing his voice still not fully recovering from the previous show. He also confirms a Thanksgiving show, the first Thanksgiving show ever.
  • November 23rd: Ghost hosts his first ever Thanksgiving show, and calls various people during the broadcast to ask what they did for the holiday. He soon began to regret it when most of the callers turned out to be trolls. The constant amount of trolls resulted in Ghost's first rage quit since before the break.
  • November 27th: The TCR wiki is told to censor all mentions to slurs, be it descriptions of terms Ghost uses on his show, or various Twitter/Gab/Chatroom names.
  • November 29th: All data on the wiki is backed up, and various pages such as the Twitter, Gab and Chatroom names page are deleted.
  • December 12th: Republican candidate Roy Moore loses to Democratic candidate Doug Jones in the Alabama senate seat race to fill Jeff Sessions' vacant senate seat. The next day, Ghost was bombarded with Gab names celebrating Roy Moore's loss.
  • December 15th: During a short free-format episode, Ghost goes on a long-winded rant about autism, and then took a few calls to show why he doesn't like autists before rage quitting. Ghost later apologized on Gab for how bad the episode was and promised that the following episode on Monday would be better.
  • December 24th: Ghost hosts another Christmas broadcast, conducting his first "internet scavenger hunt", where he tells people to perform certain acts for a set bounty in Cryptocurrency.
  • December 27th: Ghost's new store goes live, with new Inner Circle slots put up for sale, but with a price of $300 so Ghost could prevent Autists and man-children from being able to join the IC.
  • December 28th: The Inner Circle slots are temporarily pulled due to high demand, with Ghost promising that the slots will go back up later that same evening.
  • December 29th: All Inner Circle slots are sold out by the end of Episode 525.
  • December 31st: The Ghosties 2017 takes place. Ghost once again faces many accusations of rigging from fans and trolls alike. Ghost also reveals a song he's writing entitled, "Hey, Poz-Hole, Don't Poz my Neg-Hole."

2018

  • January 3rd: The first show of 2018.
  • January 11th: TCR's 10th anniversary. Ghost did not do a show on this date, saving it for the following day, a Baller Friday.
  • January 12th: TCR's 10th anniversary party. Despite promising an Internet Scavenger Hunt, Ghost did not conduct one.
  • January 13th: Ghost hosts a special "white nationalist" edition of TCR, spontaneously on a Saturday, to go off on members of the alt-right he was fighting with on Gab. The show abruptly ended a little over an hour and a half into the show due to Ghost not wanting to devote too much time to it.
  • January 15th: MLK Day. Unlike the previous year, Ghost conducted a show on this date. Disco Waffle also leaves the TCR community, revealing he was behind much of the drama, leading to the two sides of the community seemingly trying to work together in the aftermath.
  • January 25th: Ghost's Crypto Hotline goes live. For $3.99 a minute, people could talk to Ghost directly, mostly about crypto, but about other matters too.
  • January 26th: During that day's broadcast, Ghost rage-quits during the second hour after being enraged greatly by Gab Shoutout names mocking his crypto hotline, and also because someone on Gab posted a Pepe the Frog version of his avatar.
  • January 29th: Ghost skips the day's show to do the show for Trump's State of the Union speech the following day.
  • January 30th: Trump's first State of the Union speech. Ghost provided commentary, before, during and after the speech.
  • January 31st: Ghost skips this day's show due to his Tuesday show, promising a Thursday show to make up for it.
  • February 1st: Ghost's first Thursday show since his comeback. Ghost announces the end of his Crypto hotline, instead intending to use it as a payment method for merchandise. As well as this, he announces a new, semi-private chatroom, to be unveiled by the end of the week.
  • February 2nd: In the early hours of the day, the ownership of the Official TCR Chat is transferred from DeplorableCapitalist to InsaneEnergy. The TCR Chatroom Cold War ends.
  • February 3rd: Ghost does the first episode of TCR to be broadcasted on Saturday since Episode 306.
  • February 5th: Following the show, Ghost opens his official TCR chat for $5 on Gab.
  • February 7th: Chatroom Shoutouts returns as a regular segment on the show.
  • February 14th: Valentine's Day. The Stoneman Douglas High School shooting occurs, becoming a regular show topic, sparks many rants on the Youth of America, and, not surprisingly, becomes the subject of various shoutout names. SharpSplicer is accused of being the Cleveland Show Caller.
  • February 19th: Ghost skips the show scheduled for this date due to poor weather in San Antonio, promising a makeup show for Tuesday.
  • February 20th: Ghost misses the makeup show date, claiming in private that he overslept and will do a makeup show on Thursday.
  • February 26th: The new TCR wiki launches, effectively making the old wikia defunct. The wikia is later closed for an unknown reason by the admins of FANDOM.
  • March 2nd: Ghost hosts the first Free Format show since his return. It manages to claim the #2 spot on the Cans count, with 33 cans during the show.
  • March 5th: Operation: Spilt Vodka is officially announced on the show, being an operation conducted between members of Ghost's chatroom and the Inner Circle.
  • March 9th: Following a splice from Twilie Atkins, Ghost declares "war" on Alex Jones for supposedly insulting him.
  • March 14th: Famous scientist Stephen Hawking dies, leading to various shoutout names. Ghost rage-quits halfway into the third hour, and also refused to do Radio Graffiti, after raging incredibly hard during a rant on Generation X and Millennials not taking government positions away from the Baby Boomers.
  • March 21st: The second shortest episode of True Capitalist Radio takes place on the 2 year anniversary of Ghost's comeback. Ghost stated during the broadcast that BlogTalkRadio isn't paying him anymore, and also ended the show during the second hour after ranting, saying that he "doesn't know when he'll be back".
  • March 23rd: Ghost returns to the show, explaining the situation in a bit more detail. BlogTalkRadio was bought out by Spreaker, and as such due to their lax approach to monetization, Ghost has not been paid since December. Ghost announces he will no longer broadcast on BlogTalkRadio starting from the end of March, with one final possible week of shows between the 26th and 30th of March. Clips from Ghost's chatroom are also played during Radio Graffiti.
  • March 26th: Ghost skips the day's show, announcing he will do a Taco Tuesday show instead, with it being his final show on BlogTalkRadio.
  • March 27th: Ghost's final show on BlogTalkRadio. Ghost announces he will be going on break until late April/Early May, Cinco de Mayo at the latest.
  • March 30th: Bmar896's upload of Episode 559 is flagged by Youtube, giving him a community strike. He re-uploads the video shortly after.
  • March 31st: All of bmar's Radio Graffiti/Shoutouts uploads mysteriously disappears.
  • April 1st: bmar896 reveals that he received a second community strike from Youtube, and as a matter of preventing a suspension, removed all his Ghost uploads. InsaneEnergy begins reuploading some of bmar's content as a result.
  • April 2nd: bmar states he will reupload his Radio Graffiti uploads in two weeks after his upload ban ends.
  • April 15th: Ghost attempts to host his first Gab stream. It fails, and he tries to host a Youtube stream, which fails as well. bmar896 also returns to Youtube, explaining the situation and making the download link to all his Ghost uploads available.
  • April 20th: Ghost announces publicly on his Gab that he would be celebrating 4/20 in the TCR chatroom by toking up in the chat.
  • April 23rd: Ghost hosts his second livestream. Unlike the first one, the archive of this stream is made available for a short time, though later deleted for an unknown reason.
  • May 5th: True to his word, Ghost hosts a Gab stream where he unveiled the future of TCR. In this stream he announced his impending comeback on Monday, the new plan for the show, and the end of Radio Graffiti.
  • May 7th: First Episode to be broadcasted from ghost.report airs.
  • May 8th: Israel bombs Iran targets in Syria, intensifying the prospects of a possible nuclear war. It becomes a show topic the next day on True Capitalist Radio.
  • May 13th: Ghost hosts his seventh anti-mothers day broadcast, once again landing on a Sunday. The "Anti-Manchild Uprising" begins within the TCR Discord.
  • May 14th: Ghost puts up a few more Inner Circle slots priced at $300.
  • May 18th: Ghost discontinues the TCR hotline after receiving numerous calls from callers with declined credit cards.
  • May 21st: Ghost stripped former IC member Oflameo of his Ghostie for Best Black Guy and calls him during the same broadcast after screenshots surfaced of him in other chats elaborating on plans to expose Ghost and confront him in real life. Later in the show, it's revealed that the chatroom implicated was the former Official TCR Chatroom created at the start of the TCR Chatroom Cold War.
  • May 23rd: Ghost attempts to set up his mixer again, which fails. Calls for Radio Graffiti to return start ramping up, with many people claiming they'll purchase autographs to bring back the segment.
  • May 25th: Ghost successfully sets up his mixer and new mic, supposedly broadcasting from a bar. Due to technical difficulties, notably an internet outage in the area, Ghost was forced to quit the show, stating he will do a make-up show on Saturday.
  • May 26th: Saturday passes with no additional show.
  • May 28th: Ghost hosts a second Episode 572 due to the poor quality and technical difficulties of the previous show. Trolls begin demanding Radio Graffiti comes back, leading Ghost to consider the return of this segment.
  • May 29th: Ghost puts up a poll on his Gab regarding the future of Radio Graffiti, with the poll being mostly split down the middle about whether Radio Graffiti should come back at all.
  • May 30th: Ghost references the results of his poll, stating that he will announce some way for trolls to possibly bring back Radio Graffiti on Friday.
  • June 8th: Radio Graffiti is conducted for the first time since Ghost's final episode on blogtalk, however, it is now based on how many donations Ghost receives in his cryptocurrency wishing well. Coincidentally, this falls on the same day Ghost made the concept of Radio Graffiti back in 2011.
  • June 11th: Ghost interviews Tom Kawczynski on his show again. Additionally, Ghost mentions that not many people donated to the Crypto wishing well, placing Radio Graffiti's future in doubt once again.
  • June 13th: Ghost announces the cancellation of both Radio Graffiti and Shoutouts, possibly for good, after limited interest/donations and growing tired with the crowd the segments were attracting.
  • June 17th: The 7th anniversary of the infamous "F U Texas" raid of 2011. Ghost launches the TCR Group on Gab, encouraging people to send in ideas/news for the show.
  • June 18th: Ghost made a post on ghost.report, once again reaffirming that he doesn't want autists or manchildren in his audience and thus had no intention of bringing the shoutouts or Radio Graffiti back.
  • June 20th: Ghost was very upset when Donald Trump was forced to undo the act of separating illegal immigrant children from their parents, and spent much of the broadcast ranting about how stupid America was to fall for the political stunt the democrats pulled.
  • June 27th: Ghost puts up 3 more Inner Circle slots on Gab for $300.
  • July 4th: Despite promising a 4th of July show, Ghost skips the show for the day due to poor weather in San Antonio, as well as wanting to celebrate the 4th of July on his own time.
  • July 9th: Ghost puts up new autographs priced at $16, as well as a unique beer bottlecap that Ghost himself consumed at one point.
  • July 12th: The Capitalist Army doxes and exposes QAnon, a frequent poster on /pol/ who claimed to be close to President Trump and would often drop hints of what would potentially happen.
  • July 13th: Ghost spends the majority of the show explaining yesterday's events, detailing how and why QAnon was doxed, and what it means.
  • July 17th: Ghost puts out "Russian Hackers" apparel on Teespring.
  • July 20th: Ghost announces that he will pull down the TCR autograph the next day.
  • July 23rd: During the broadcast, Ghost temporarily went off-air due to the heatwaves in Texas affecting the airwaves. As imagined, Ghost was very upset and considered ending the broadcast due to the poor conditions, but continued on anyways. Also, Ghost did chatroom shoutouts for the first time since June. Trumping Capitalist returns to have a discussion about pedophiles in Hollywood, showing that he and Ghost are on good terms again.
  • July 25th: Ghost updates ghost.market to redirect to his Teespring store.
  • July 27th: Ghost calls a date line during the third hour of the show, culminating in BN King's stream being removed due to sexual content and him being temporarily banned from streaming on Youtube.
  • August 3rd: The 600th episode of TCR. Ghost brings back Radio Graffiti again to celebrate this event. It is also revealed that KaraszKun has made up with Ghost and the TCR community, leading to the short return of Ask KaraszKun.
  • August 4th-5th: BN King is banned from both the TCR Chatroom and the Inner Circle over allegations of cartoon sexualization after he hosted an anime stream.
  • August 13th: Ghost announces during the show that Inner Circle membership is open to anyone who donates 35 Qtum into the Cryptocurrency Wishing Well. Ghost quickly began to doubt this position after Qtum dropped in price to $3.70 a coin by the end of the show, but states that he will still honor everyone doing it until at least Baller Friday.
  • August 17th: The offer for Inner Circle slots closes once again.
  • August 20th: During Episode 607, Ghost was interrupted during the first hour due to people cloning InsaneEnergy's username and profile picture, and scrolling the chat with racial slurs. This led to Ghost rage quitting halfway into the third hour due to people in the chatroom not caring about the show.
  • August 21st: The Inner Circle Schism begins. Several Inner Circle members are purged or leave overnight due to differences with Ghost.
  • August 22nd: Ghost goes off about the previous night's events, mentioning many of the members who left the group or were banned under pseudonyms.
  • August 25th: On Gab, Ghost celebrates the death of John McCain after he lost a battle with brain cancer.
  • August 29th: A clip of Ghost is played on the Ralph Retort, causing rage from Ghost after he discovers it the next day.
  • September: The old True Capitalist wikia is officially closed.
  • September 3rd: Labor Day. Ghost decides to take the show off, however promises to chat in the TCR Chatroom instead.
  • September 9th: Mister Metokur acknowledges Ghost on stream, refusing to confront him and stating "Ghost is great."
  • September 10th: Ghost mentions Metokur talking about the show the previous day, thanking him for giving him "a little bit of respect".
  • September 12th: Ghost entertains the idea of releasing the info of certain ex-Inner Circle members who were being problems in the community, stating that he would ask for the TCR Discord's opinion and make a decision on Friday.
  • September 14th: During the third hour, Ghost says that he would not release the ex-IC members info publicly, but in exchange for $5 in cryptocurrency, and it would be posted on his Gab after the show. However, after the show, Ghost made no such post.
  • September 17th: Ghost cancels the show for the day due to an "emergency" on his end.
  • October 6th: In the face of much controversy, rape allegations, and many weeks of discussion on the show by Ghost, Brett Kavanaugh is successfully appointed as a member of the Supreme Court.
  • October 17th: Ghost cancels the show for the day, claiming he needs a break, as well as a beer, promising to be back on Friday.
  • October 22nd: Ghost postpones the show until later in the day due to the Trump Rally that was occurring at the same time, however ultimately does not do a show.
  • October 27th: The Tree of Life Synagogue shooting occurs in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Following the shooting, PayPal and Stripe terminate their contracts with Gab after it turned out that the perpetrator was an Alt-Right antisemite and an active Gab user.
  • October 28th: Brazilian far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro won the run-off election and Gab's hosting provider refuses to continue hosting the site, forcing the site to shut down for the time being.
  • October 29th: Ghost hosts a show, frustrated by the recent events and explaining that he has no social media due to Gab being offline for now.
  • October 31st: Halloween. Ghost hosts another special Halloween edition, marking one year since the comeback from The Break. He would later rage quit the show however, frustrated with the lack of interest that the listeners had in the show, and the lack of monetization now that Gab was offline.
  • November 2nd: Ghost rage quits again, continuing to suggest that the show may be ending soon after the midterm elections.
  • November 4th: Gab comes back online, but soon experiences many connection issues due to high traffic, causing criticism from Ghost.
  • November 5th: Ghost hosts a show, but says he won't host one on the Tuesday as planned, instead planning for a Wednesday show to give a post-mortem on the midterms.
  • November 6th: The Midterm Elections of 2018. The Republicans lose the House of Representatives to the Democrats, however gain seats in the Senate. Beto O'Rourke also loses in Texas to Ted Cruz, much to Ghost's joy on Gab.
  • November 7th: Following the results of the midterms, InsaneEnergy leaves the community. Oft-mentioned and embattled United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns.
  • November 14th: Ghost does what just might be his last show, and announces he's taking a break from the internet. The Inner Circle Schism ends.
  • November 19th: After posting very frequently on Gab, Ghost announces that he will be deleting his Gab account, the chatrooms, and ghost.report in the coming days.
  • November 21st: Two days after what was his final post on Gab, Ghost posts again on the site, uploading a lyric video to Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit". This could possibly mean that Ghost decided to stay on the internet.
  • November 26th: 5 days later, Ghost puts several more Gab posts (plus reposting one from CapitalistForrest), reinforcing the idea that he may not be leaving the internet after all.
  • November 27th: The November 2018 Ghost Doxing Incident occurs. In the early morning, Ghost begins releasing some of the personal information of InsaneEnergy, attempting to threaten him. These posts are later deleted, potentially due to InsaneEnergy stating he would contact Andrew Torba, the CEO of Gab. Later that day, the TCR Refugee chat claimed that they had managed to dox Ghost, and immediately following this Ghost's account disappeared and his Gab handle was taken by RifleKickSix.
  • November 28th: Hours after Ghost's initial account was lost, a backup account made in September claiming to be him surfaced under the handle @GhostPolitics. Ghost later confirmed via ghost.report that it was not an official account, simply saying that he banned from Gab for "making fun of Autistic trash".
  • November 30th: The @GhostPolitics Gab account goes active again, making a "major announcement" at 3:15 PM CST, congratulating the trolls on taking so long to dox him, as well as claiming he would be leaving the chatrooms and social media, while potentially continuing ghost.report. In addition, he also said people obsessed with him need to get over it, and that he was just a character. With this account's validity still unconfirmed, it is unknown if Ghost will leave the chats and social media following this. Several hours later, the account disappeared, meaning it was either banned by Gab for ban evasion, or whoever ran the account deleted it, and the handle was subsequently taken over by another troll account. The November 2018 Ghost Doxing Incident ends.
  • December 13th: After weeks of radio silence, Ghost makes what may be his final message on ghost.report.
  • December 31st: Ghost makes his official return with a YouTube livestream under the title The Ghost Show. Ghost stated that he would step away from politics and his intense beliefs, and that interactive segments like Radio Graffiti and Shoutouts would be part of the show again.

2019

  • January 2nd: Ghost hosts his first official show of the year on Youtube, once again returning to the Monday, Wednesday, Friday format.
  • January 9th: After over two years, Capitalist Episode 358's title of having the most cans out of any show is dethroned when The Ghost Show Episode 5 achieves 37 cans.
  • January 11th: Ghost celebrates his 11th year of broadcasting, once again being trolled heavily during his show by media shares and TTS donations.
  • January 14th: Shortly after airing, The Ghost Show Episode 7 is pulled from YouTube due to copyright complaints about certain copyrighted music played via media share, specifically a Wu-Tang Clan song.
  • January 16th: Ghost turns off media share during the next episode due to Episode 7 being pulled over copyright. TTS donations also mysteriously stop working during this episode, with Ghost's Streamlabs page 404'ing. Ghost states he may hold a test stream the following day to iron out these issues.
  • January 18th: Due to Ghost's Streamlabs account not working for the time being, Ghost starts using StreamElements as an alternative.
  • January 23rd: The Accident-Prone Kids trolling returns in full force, with upwards of 5 back to back TTS messages being spammed during the show.
  • January 25th: Ghost announces his new alternate Youtube channel via ghost.report and the show, stating that the next episode will be hosted on there due to Streamlabs not working with his main channel.
  • February 1st: By popular demand, Ghost brings back media share. The subsequent trolling using it led to a monumental 68 cans.wav's, a record that will possibly never be topped. Ghost would end the show halfway through the fourth hour with no Radio Graffiti.
  • February 4th: After being bombarded with racist TTS messages the whole show, Ghost once again ends the show without Radio Graffiti, announcing that he may either take away TTS, Radio Graffiti, or the entire show at this rate, which left the show's future unknown once again.
  • February 6th: Ghost brings back Radio Graffiti after a week's hiatus.
  • February 8th: Ghost talks about how Streamlabs is supposedly censoring him after his backup channel once again started having issues, meaning media share is once again off the table for the time being.
  • February 9th: Following his upload for The Ghost Show Episode 18, bmar896 quits uploading Ghost content again, seemingly for good, citing a lack of quality and a desire to move on with his life and his channel. InsaneEnergy reaffirms he will not upload any more Ghost content either, leaving Lightning Note the only consistent uploader of Ghost content on Youtube.
  • March 15th: The Christchurch mass shooting occurred in New Zealand: 50 Muslims were killed, and the perpetrator was a white nationalist. The tragedy sets the events of The Ghost Show Episode 33, where trolls made stream shares making fun of the tragedy.
  • April 5th: On The Ghost Show Episode 42, Ghost broadcasts on a new computer and temporarily brings back media share. During said episode, a troll donated $300 so Twilie Atkins could be in the Inner Circle. After the end of the show, Ghost goes on an unexplained hiatus, not doing any broadcasts at all the following week.
  • April 15th: After a week of absence, Ghost returns, stating that the reason for his hiatus was because he received food poisoning from spaghetti.
  • April 20th: After two years, the Saturday Night Troll Show returns.
  • April 22nd: Ghost interacts with streamer Ice Poseidon live during the broadcast, and the former called him a "scuffed Alex Jones".
  • April 26th: Surprisingly enough, Twilie Atkins became an IC member, leaving behind her trolling days. After this happens, many trolls turn against her.
  • May 4th: During Episode 13 of the Saturday Night Troll Show, Ghost called a widow and tried to "comfort" her. Instead, it led to what trolls claimed that he caused her to kill herself, leading to TTS names calling Ghost a murderer.
  • May 8th: Near the end of the broadcast, many listeners, both callers and Text-to-Speech donators, told Ghost that the TTS donation system was ruining the show, and that he should get rid of it.
  • May 10th: Following the events of the previous broadcast, many listeners stopped donating to Ghost. Ghost, assuming that he "won" against the trolls, boasted about his "victory" for most of the show.
  • June 17th: The Darkblane Incident occurs, in which a troll uncovered serious caller Darkblane257's FurAffinity page, leading to Ghost making accusations towards Jackler and the Outer Circle.
  • June 19th: The Ghost Show Episode 71 is re-uploaded by Ghost after it was blocked due to copyright reasons, but is taken down again due to it violating YouTube's terms of service. After this episode airs, Ghost takes off the next two shows, and on Saturday as well.
  • June 26th: After taking a week off, Ghost returns to doing the show.
  • July 1st: The Ghost Show Episode 74 is taken down mid-stream due to "hate speech", and Ghost receives a week-long suspension from streaming on YouTube as a result. Ghost states on ghost.report that the next broadcast will be aired on a different platform.
  • July 3rd: As a result of his suspension from YouTube, Ghost does his next broadcast on VaughnLIVE, and makes it the new home for the broadcast.
  • July 17th: Ghost brings back his Shitlist and posts it onto ghost.report.
  • August 9th: Ghost contemplates going on another break/ending the show after being bombarded with disgusting videos on The Ghost Show Episode 89.
  • August 14th: Ghost returns after taking off on Saturday and Monday.