Written By: Jeffe Rodriguez, Delaware District Coordinator
Level of weird: 7
Threat level: 8
We received a call from the Delaware Public Library who were about to host there first ever Comic con. Mr. John Hollyday said that a Blue English Police Box had appeared out of thin air in front of the library. Then he and his wife witnessed a Full torso vaporous apparition, that later reminded them of the Old Librarian, fly into this Police Box. Then the crazy started to happen.
We arrived and started to take PKE readings that lead us right to the Blue Box. The readings were off the scale. So I knew from them I had to blast this ghost out of that box. When I started to fire on it I see another stream next to me almost as if there was a 19th Century Ghostbuster standing next to me blasting the same blue box. That is when I realized this box was causing a space time rift. So I Told my new steampunk partner to increase the power output and aim for the light on the top of the box.
We then released this Box from the hold of the Ghost librarian trapped her and powered down. I look over and this Steampunk Ghostbuster tipped his hat to me and said “Good show old man” as he faded back to his time. The Blue police Box then started to make a strange sound and faded away as well. After this PKE reading returned to normal. I started to write up the bill for the Holyday’s to pay.
- We need to look out for this Blue Box. It could cause a space time rift that may bring around the 3rd coming of Gozer
“Uh, we’re not saying this mysterious blue box will, we would want to be…ya know cautious.” – Rich
- Find out who this Doctor is!
- Librarian looked just like what Dr. Stantz mentioned on his first encounter with a well known ghost in New York.
Because somebody’s coming to town! Happy Holidays from the crew of Ghostbusters-NJ. Oh and as a service announcement, due to our holiday schedule we might not be able to get to you until after the new year, so if you have a haunted room just don’t go in there.
Bill Malkin, Chairman, Board of Directors
PS: “Guys, why are those red and green lights flashing in the basement!?” – Rich
For some reason (um could be the fact that we have a storage facility full of ghosts?) during what should have been a routine meeting between District Coordinators Bill’s proton pack was standing/leaning back on a table without any inanimate or humanly support. P.K.E readings confirmed what we had suspected, that this proton pack had become possessed.
Other standard equipment showed the entity “hanging out.” Fortunately not in a classified, even more sensitive area. As we weren’t going to fire confinement streams at a nuclear accelerator inside GBNJ HQ, we came up with a plan that lead us to safely trapping this rouge wraith.
Richard Roy, District 1 Coordinator
District 2 Coordinator Bill Malkin responded to a call in the Ecto-FJ Cruiser about a “goth” woman walking the streets in a zombie like state. Calls to GBNJ (which we really wanted to dismiss as pranks, it’s that time of the year) also described the mystery woman as “appearing familiar from classic television” and “may have been around either before or after monsters.”
The “very pale” woman wasn’t responsive as people normally are. Her ID associated her with a day of the week. Bill proceeded with caution by unhooking a nutrona wand from his proton pack. The woman continued to stare, seemingly un-phased by Bill’s actions. Because of her perceived state of mind, Bill was able to safely escort the woman to HQ for tests. Fortunately she was cooperative, presuming she was even aware. She’ll stay within the family for an undetermined amount of time.
Richard Roy, District 1 Coordinator
District 3 Coordinator Greg McHugh responded to a call involving what witnesses and (apparent Ghostbusters fans) could only describe as the Stay-Puft Marshmallow man. While attempting to get details, people were quoting historical quotes, made famous by the actors portraying our employers in the 1984 movie, Ghostbusters.
Collaborative witnesses told Greg that left behind candy, including empty wrappers from a variety of usually delicious candies “seemed effected on all hallows eve.” More commonly known as Halloween.
Their were also reports of new Hostess Twinkies wrappers “laying on the ground in the area.” It was undetermined if this was a catalyst in the left over candy converging to form the mascot of the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Corporation.
Only a hypothesis early on, perhaps the negatively charged atmosphere (particles) surrounded and “fell” onto the sugary treats. Combined with thoughts of Mr. Stay-Puft from people caused a copy of the once giant sugary confection.
Not taking any chance for this poor copy to grow any larger Greg heated his nutrona wand up, firing at full stream. The weakened ectoplasm soon collapsed, leaving small piles of melted marshmallows and empty candy wrappers in the surrounding areas. Local and government agencies were on the scene to clean up and receive a bill from Greg.
Richard Roy, District 1 Coordinator.