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Devil Worship: Exposing Satan's Underground 

Geraldo investigates allegations of a widespread Satanic underground in the United States. He talks to investigators and looks at occult crimes and ritual murders that have been committed ... See full summary »
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Himself - Host
Spike ...
Himself - Former Satanist (archive footage)
Joe ...
Himself - Former Satanist (archive footage)
Kim ...
Herself - Former Satanist (archive footage)
Lou ...
Himself - Former Satanist (archive footage)
Kim B. Petersen ...
Himself - Heavy Metal Musician (archive footage) (as King Diamond)
Melissa Earnest ...
Herself - Convicted Murder (archive footage)
Scott Waterhouse ...
Himself - Convicted Murderer (archive footage)
Ricky Kasso ...
Himself - Convicted Murderer (archive footage)
Paul Hart ...
Himself - Jefferson Township Police
Thomas Sullivan Sr. ...
Himself - Tommy Sullivan's Father (archive footage)
James LeBar ...
Himself - New York Archdiocese (as Reverend James LeBar)
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Himself - Heavy Metal Musician
Sean Sellers ...
Himself - Convicted Murderer
Tom Wedge ...
Himself - Author, The Satan Hunter
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Geraldo investigates allegations of a widespread Satanic underground in the United States. He talks to investigators and looks at occult crimes and ritual murders that have been committed in the United States. He also speaks to to self-identified Satanists who deny that Satanism is a dangerous religion. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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22 October 1988 (USA)  »

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