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After Osama, Hitler's ghost on Twitter

Soon after Osama bin Laden’s ghost Twitter handle (@GhostOsama) became the most ‘infamous’ Twitter account by having more than 45,000 followers since its creation on May 2, ghost accounts of other historical villains have also come up on Twitter.

india Updated: May 09, 2011 12:17 IST
Namya Sinha

Soon after Osama bin Laden’s ghost Twitter handle (@GhostOsama) became the most ‘infamous’ Twitter account by having more than 45,000 followers since its creation on May 2, ghost accounts of other historical villains have also come up on Twitter.



Adolf Hitler’s Ghost account, @GhostAHitler was also created earlier this week and has 276 followers. His first tweet was addressed to GhostOsama and read, “Hey bro! Sorry about not joining twitter sooner. So I heard you got killed! I was just like LOL @the TV!” More tongue-in-cheek comments have followed ever since.



Hitler's ghost has finally made it to Twitter

Italian dictator Benito Mussolini’s ghost account was next to join the social networking site with the handle @GhostBMussolini having 64 followers since its creation on May 3. He had tweeted to @GhostOsama, “Care to spare any virgins?”



Twitter handles called GhostSHussein of Saddam Hussein and and Ghost- JStalin of Joseph Stalin, were also created soon after.



GhostBMussolini tweets, “I’m kinda bored, anyone knows when Angelina Jolie is due down here? I’d like to meet her.” Another tweet read: “Damn...what happened to all the overweight Italian women from my time?”.



GhostSHussein tweeted “Can you believe he hung me?!” referring to former US president George Bush.