GBNJ Personnel Check On Holiday Inn Paramus Location

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Written By Richard Roy, former guest of Holiday Inn.

In the late 80s, Dr. Venkman had a show, World Of The Psychic. Respectable people within our business (sorry Milt) didn’t really want to be interviewed about the unusual in the world. Something Dr. V and my employers are pretty familiar with. Peter couldn’t even get the guy who bends the spoons.

On one of his last shows he had two guests on, psychics. With respect to Elaine, you weren’t only wrong, you were so wrong. The world won’t be ending on February 14, 2016. Milt would have been right, my employers figured out what was going on, went back into business, dealt with “mood slime,” stopped Vigo, and even received a key to the city. Continue reading

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GBNJanuary Site Updates

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Written By: Richard Roy, Better Late Than Never

Over the last week I’ve been updating “this fine slice of the internets”* to organize the dot net (could be a thing, maybe not) and add some new content. What’s changed?

  • Added Pennsylvania District to About page.
  • Added Renee to Personnel section.
  • Created Renee‘s perspective profiles.
  • Wrote a profile for Young Venkman.
  • Updated “to be added” personnel profiles with “bullet points.”

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GBNJ Ghostheads Media Coverage

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Written By: Richard Roy, Better Late Than Never

As mentioned in the previous post in part because of supporting and being involved with Ghostheads, GBNJ and GBNJ members have been receiving press from news and cultural sites. Those links will be added to the site, they’ll also be included in this blog post after a Ghostheads trailer.

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Rich Reviews: Ghostbusters II 25th Anniversary Blu-ray

Written By Richard Roy
Note: I originally wrote these reviews for Ghostbusters Inc.

The new 30th Anniversary Ghostbusters digi-book well looks like a book, contains what and how Ghostbusters and its sequel came together, inserts, Ghostbusters™ 30th Anniversary Blu-ray, and for the first time in any century Ghostbusters II™ 25th Anniversary Blu-ray.

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Rich Reviews: Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Blu-ray Set

Written By Richard Roy
Note: I originally wrote these reviews for Ghostbusters Inc.

Prior to September 16, I owned just about every copy of Ghostbusters I would have wanted or needed. Before Sony announced a digi-book and individual releases, ghostheads knew about a limited edition Blu-ray gift set. As nice as it could be to have a collectible Slimer/Ghostbusters logo statue, I couldn’t justify spending near or over a $100 USD because of it. As it is Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary, I had to spread the dollar bills for other more collectible merchandise. For $19.99 USD (or less in my case) two Blu-rays and a book came to $7.50 USD each.

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The new 30th Anniversary Ghostbusters digi-book well looks like a book, contains what and how Ghostbusters and its sequel came together, inserts, Ghostbusters™ 30th Anniversary Blu-ray, and for the first time in any century Ghostbusters II™ 25th Anniversary Blu-ray. Continue reading