Satanic Ghost

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The Devil is good,The Devil is my pal, Satan is good, Satan is my pal!

—Ghost, doing a satanic chant

Ghost has long been accused of being a Satanist. During the original run of True Capitalist Radio, Ghost was trolled with an eerie, chanting clip repeatedly saying Kill Your Family. He responded to this by mocking Satanists, saying, "The Devil is good, The Devil is my pal, Satan is good, Satan is my pal," a quote from the 1989 film The 'Burbs. Ghost was soon quickly spliced with this and began to deny allegations of Satanism. It remained an infrequent troll.

In May of 2016, allegations of Satanism returned. Following the Half a Tard Ghost troll, during which trolls discovered manipulating actual quotes of Ghost's voice caused quite a bit of rage, people began lowering the pitch of Ghost's voice and adding Satanic/spooky music in the background to sound as if he were 'The Prince of Darkness.'

When accepting his own award for his work as radio host in Episode 317, among the people Ghost gave thanks for his award was "The God of This World" whom he views as a Satanic figure of sorts. This belief has been reiterated and stated by Ghost in recent broadcasts, encouraging further accusations of satanism.

Sometimes when Ghost is exceptionally upset beyond his usual level, and occasionally preceding a ragequit, he will "go demonic". This generally manifests with a change in Ghost's vernacular, becoming deeper, louder, and generally less coherent, sometimes accompanied by outright screaming and howling. Ghost himself has screamed that the trolls or others responsible have "unleashed the demon". The most notable example of this happening was on August 12th, 2016, after the Double Dipping Incident occurred, Ghost began to sound like a death metal singer when he said "I WANNA SEE HIS FACE!" as he expressed his fury towards one of the homeland agents who had double dipped his nachos.

After the Break, trolls began to make Satanic splices again, and somehow angered Ghost more than usual.