SOURCE: Tweetexorcist.com

October 30, 2009 09:56 ET

Bust Twitter Ghosts to Celebrate Halloween

Twitter Community Split on Whether Oprah Winfrey Is a Ghost

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - October 30, 2009) - Has Halloween put you in a ghost busting kind of mood? No need to roam the halls of haunted houses. TweetExorcist.com, the only online web site that polls the Twitter community on which celebrities are using ghost tweeters, is inviting ghost hunters to vote for the most ghostly celebrity tweeters at http://www.tweetexorcist.com.

So far, the Twitter community is split on whether Oprah Winfrey uses a ghost tweeter or not. Out of 123 votes cast, 49 percent believe she is a "Real Person" and 49 percent feel she is a "Twitter Ghost." The Twitter community has much less doubt about Ashton Kutcher, however. Out of 126 votes cast, 83 percent say he is real.

"Since most celebrities won't admit if they use ghost tweeters and we don't have sophisticated ghost hunting equipment like EMF Meters to ferret out Electronic Magnetic Fields, we have to rely on what the Twitter community thinks," said Amy Dean, co-founder of Tweetexorcist.com. "We measure the level of trust tweeters have for celebrities. Who tweeters believe is keeping it real is equally as important as who really is."

At Tweetexorcist.com visitors can offer their opinions on which celebrities are keeping it real in the categories of Entertainment, Business, Mainstream media, Social Media, Sports and Politics. Visitors can also vote on whether they care if celebrities use ghost tweeters, in general. As it stands now, 75 percent do.

Tweeters can follow @tweetexorcist on Twitter to receive updates on results and reports from the Twitter community on ghost activity, imposters and stories of celebrities keeping it real.

About Tweetexorcist.com

Tweetexorcist.com is the only online polling station that asks the Twitter community which celebrities they believe use ghost tweeters. The web site measures the level of trust that Tweeters have for tweeting celebrities. Visit http://www.tweetexorcist.com to learn who the Twitter community believes is keeping it real.

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