One of the greatest movies of all time was Ghostbusters. It was followed up with one of the greatest cartoons of all time, The Real Ghostbusters (one of the most successful Movie-to-TV translations EVER). The mix of comedy, horror, and weird science was white-hot in the Eighties, and still maintains a loyal fan following to this day!!!

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February 25, 2014

Harold Ramis (Nov. 21, 1944-Feb. 24, 2014)

The Ghostbusters world was rocked this week by the death of comedian, actor, and director Harold Ramis who, among his many accomplishments, was co-writer of the two Ghostbusters movies and depicted one of the four titular characters in the two movies and the 2009 video game.

He was instrumental in taking Dan Aykroyd's high concept sci-fi scenario and grounding it in a much more manageable world. He was the creator of Dr. Egon Spengler and one of the two men to bring him to life (the other being actor Maurice LaMarche of The Real Ghostbusters and Extreme Ghostbusters), who went on to become one of my personal favorite characters in all of fiction.

Mr. Ramis was gifted writer and comedian who's work touched the lives of many. Certainly, this web site wouldn't be here without him.

Rest in peace.

--Fritz V. Baugh

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Five newest stories (newest on top)

Ghostbusters: The Monster That Is A Cookie
1984--Timeline Year Two
Ray's trying to eat the cookies his Aunt Lois sent. Then he gets more exposure to cookies that he could ever want--there's a monster at a cookie factory. So much for his diet, huh?
(First Posted May 13, 2013)

Ghostbusters West Coast: Toy Soldiers, Part Three
July 18, 2009--Timeline Year Twenty-Seven
The CEO of the GBWC and the Prince of Los Angeles meet. More bad dreams are going around. Darkness falls on Los Angeles once again.
(First Posted May 13, 2012)

Ghostbusters West Coast: Toy Soldiers, Part Two
July 17, 2009--Timeline Year Twenty-Seven
This time it's Jason having bad dreams. Mike is reaquainted with someone he doesn't like very much anymore. Dr. Venkman is coming to town. Oh, and there's another dead body...
(First Posted April 25, 2012)

Ghostbusters: Mr. Stay Puft's Christmas Adventure
December 24, 1983--Timeline Year One
It's Christmas Eve. Venkman's in a foul mood. Ray misses his family. Egon is not sure how to react to Janine's elf costume. Winston has a fateful meeting. And then the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man shows up. Wait, what? How is that even possible?
(First Posted December 12, 2011)

Ghostbusters West Coast: Toy Soldiers, Part One
July 17, 2009--Timeline Year Twenty-Seven
Chelsea Aberdeen Baugh is shaken by a disturbing dream. Even more disturbing is the sunrise murder of a hobo--one that signifies that bubbling tensions in LA's shadow community is about to spill into the light. Dark designs are coming to fruition; the toy soldiers have been lined up, and it will take only the merest push to begin their fall...
(First Posted October 31, 2011)

"Oh, God, he draws too..." A gallery of profile pictures of numerous teams comprising Ghostbusters International...Click HERE if you dare...

There are other great Ghostbuster sites on the web!!! Click HERE to check out some of them!!!

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Ghostbusters is©1984 Columbia Pictures. Ghostbusters 2 is ©1989 Columbia Pictures The Real Ghostbusters is ©1986 Columbia Pictures Television and DiC Productions. Extreme Ghostbusters is ©1997 Columbia Pictures Television and Adelaide Productions. The 88MPH comic book is © 2004 Sony and 88MPH Studios. Ghostbusters: The Return is © 2004 Sony and iBooks. Ghostbusters by IDW 2008-Present Sony and IDW. Ghostbusters: Ghost Busted 2008 Sony and TokyoPop. Ghostbusters: The Video Game 2009-2011 Sony and Atari. No use of characters and images associated with the above is intended for profit, or to challenge the copyrights of the above holders. Characters and ideas not appearing in the above copyrighted works are to be considered © Fritz V. Baugh and/or their respective creators


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