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On October 29, 1997, Anton La Vey died of pulmonary edema.

But the former Bishop of Rochester, Michael Nazir-Ali, said the satanic aspect of the show was ‘not acceptable’ and could lead people ‘to areas where we don’t want them to go.’He said: ‘Christians will be outraged. In the sense that Christ’s name is being dishonoured, it is blasphemous.’The bishop said the general rule was that churches should not do anything that ‘dishonours Christ or contradicts the Christian faith’.‘That’s the rule of thumb that they should follow.

It was at this time that Blanche Barton and Karla La Vey announced that they would run the Church of Satan as co-High Priestesses.

Several days later, Barton produced a hand written will claiming that La Vey had left all of his belongings, property, writings, and royalties, including the Church of Satan, to be put in a trust managed by Barton.

That could be indicated by radical and disturbing changes in the person's behaviour and voice, or an ability to garble in foreign languages or nonsensical gibberish.

While the number of genuine cases of possession by the Devil remained relatively small, "we must be on guard because occult and Satanist practices are spreading a great deal, in part with the help of the internet and new technologies that make it easier to access these rituals," he said.

The organization maintains only a modest internet presence.

The church held a Walpurgisnacht Show in April 2005 at the 12 Galaxies nightclub in San Francisco, as well as a pre-Halloween benefit show in October 2005 at Edinburgh Castle (also in San Francisco) to help the victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Karla contested this will, which was later found to be invalid.