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Mike Warnke



Mike Warnke was a Christian comic whose allegedly autobiographical book "The Satan Seller" turned out to be a fraud.

In his book Warnke claimed to have been a Satanic high priest. However, those claims were discredited in an investigative report published in 1992 in the Christian magazine Cornerstone.

According to Wikipedia in 1993, Warnke submitted to the authority of an assembly of ministers. The group recommended specific changes to the ministry, including a salary cap and accountability reports.

Still Warnke continued to "stand by [his] testimony of former Satanic involvement." In a 2000 interview with the Daily Oklahoman he said that, "Exaggeration did creep into some of my stories, but my testimony is still my testimony."

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This topic, Mike Warnke, was last updated: Feb. 6, 2012