family & friends, both on the Vent and outside of it. It's kind of funny, I'm sure there are people that knew Graeme & didn't know Ghost, but have learned about the Vent & his passion for it since his unfortunate passing.
I was the other way around, knew Ghost through the board but had never actually met the man behind the keyboard. Like many who have been on this board for a while, I had my share of "verbal spats" with him, but I always repsected his enthusiasm & honesty. Sure, you generally had to take what he said with a giant grain of salt, especially since every recruit to him was a War Daddy & future 2-time All American, but it was fun and I can say that rarely did I ever skip over one of his posts. And I enjoyed hearing his stories about former players, either from old times with them in Athens or running into them last week. Whether the stories were 100% true or not didn't matter- I mean let's be honest, who among us doesn't like to embellish tales a little bit ourselves- but they were cool stories that made you wish you'd been there too.
Ghost will definitely be missed, the board quite literally will never be the same without him. Rest in peace, Graeme, and prayers to your family and friends.