Ghostbusters II Screen Used Tripod Traps

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Sometime this year an auction company had a screen used prop from GHOSTBUSTERS II™. It’s a really good one too. Tripod Ghost Traps were rarely seen in either the film or by most Ghostbusters International employees.

Thanks to ghosthead Adam aka SabaSka109 more ghostheads can see detailed photos of this fascinating piece of Ghostbusters history. Due to major safety concerns and regulations GBI could never share schematics with the public. Which is a reason you don’t find many photos of these Tripod Ghost Traps.

Adam shared 8 photos and a video of his screen used Tripod Ghost Traps in a Ghostbusters Fans message board thread.

Sources:

  • Edited Photo: GBI
  • Original Photo: Adam

Corporate HQ On Site Updated

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During a Q3 meeting neither company was publicly able to talk about, (due to signed paperwork and the internet) our associates from Ghost Corps (Facebook) toured our Corporate HQ. (GBI Blog Post, March 8, 2016) Where they were able to get a design sense of our museum.

Why would Sony be interested in what we display Ghostbusters wise? Sony is designing there own museum which wouldn’t be complete without a GHOSTBUSTERS™ section.

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Corporate HQ On Site

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When Ghostbusters International was returning (Ghostbusters International Blog Post, December 31, 2015) one of the sections that hadn’t been around in recent years was our corporate space.

Sometime around when Dr. Venkman and I (he wrote it, I put it all together) created the Firehouse section it wasn’t suppose to be that long until the company created a section about our corporate HQ. The photos were taken, before they could be organized their were more timely updates and the world was predicted (Ghostbusters International Blog Post, February 14, 2016) to end.

With that behind us until the next paranormal threat, (probably will interrupt lunch) on Sunday the photos were organized and uploaded. GBI was updated along with its social media presence. Yesterday for example we were busy helping Cleanin’ Up The Town. (Ghostbusters International Blog Post, February 6, 2016) Continue reading “Corporate HQ On Site”

Ghostbusters International 2015 In Review

Ghostbusters International’s Word Press monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for GBI. Thank you to everyone who visited and supported us post GHOSTBUSTERS™ 30th Anniversary and GHOSTBUSTERS II™ 25th Anniversary.

Have a safe, happy, and healthy new year! Way to be clichéd! More Ghostbusters content to come during 2016!

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 34,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 13 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

Ghostbusters Incorporated’s Web Site 2014 In Review

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Ghostbusters Incorporated’s Word Press monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for GB Inc. Thank you to everyone who visited and supported us during GHOSTBUSTERS™ 30th Anniversary and GHOSTBUSTERS II™ 25th Anniversary.

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Econpop Analyzes Ghostbusters

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Even though Ghostbusters Incorporated never heard, asked, or invited Andrew Heaton to our skyscraper HQ before today, he took it upon himself to look at the economics of GHØSTBUSTERS….from thirty years ago. I mean financially we have nothing to hide, a public global company’s financial records are available.

It would have seemed unusual for John Q. Public to just want to analyze original funding like this. Yeah, we’re wealthier then an apple server farm. It isn’t like we’re currently dealing with law suits on multiple continents…that I know of. Before Louis could draft court papers, Dr. Venkman asked me to watch the video.

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