Penny Lane

director, “Hail Satan?”

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Penny Lane on KCRW

Members of the Satanic Temple don’t worship the devil, but they like to say “Hail Satan” a lot. “Hail Satan?”

'Hail Satan?:’ A documentary about satanism and the fight for separation of church and state

Members of the Satanic Temple don’t worship the devil, but they like to say “Hail Satan” a lot. “Hail Satan?”

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