Ectoplasmic entity who is something of a mascot to the Ghostbusters
Egon Spengler is the brains behind the Ghostbusters and inventor of the equipment that makes their work possible.
The fourth and final member of the original Ghostbusters. Winston is the soul and most conventional of the Ghosbusters.
Dr Peter Venkman is the mouth and the leader of the Ghostbusters. Though he thinks he is funny, Peter often comes off quite rude and abrasive, he has at times hurt more then helped the reputation of the Ghostbusters.
Extremely intelligent, but socially awkward, Ray is the heart of Ghostbusters
Janine is the secretary of the Ghostbusters and sometimes a Ghostbuster.
Ghostbusters villain, wishes to engulf the world in eternal darkness. He only surfaces during Halloween. Recently his son/avatar Samual Hain has been furthering Samhain's goals.
Accountant, Keymaster of Gozer, Lawyer, and part time Ghostbuster.
Created by Gozer using an image in the mind of Ray Stantz, this enormous being was defeated by the Ghostbusters.
Partner of Wyatt Earp, helped clean up Dodge City and fought along Wyatt and his brothers at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona. He got the nickname "Doc" due to the fact that he was a dentist by trade.
A character in A Christmas Carol.
A character from A Christmas Carol.
Personification of Death. One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
War is the rider of the red horse, one of the horsemen of the apocalypse representing war.
Notorious depression era gangster and murderer.
One of the three Ghosts of Christmas that visited Ebenezer Scrooge, warning him about his life.
The spinner of the Fates, she weaves the life thread for all mortals.
One of the three Moirae sisters.
Ebenezer Scrooge was a miserly and cold-hearted man who despised Christmas and everything joyful before he was finally redeemed by the three Ghosts of Christmas.
A character from 'A Christmas Carol'.
Santa Claus is an amalgamation of several mythological characters; notably the Dutch Sinterklaas, Saint Nicholas and Father Christmas.
The Napoleon of Crime and the archenemy of Sherlock Holmes.
An English scientist who designed a potion that physically transforms him into a brutal and savage man, Edward Hyde, his dark counterpart.
One of the Four Horsemen.
Personification of pestilence. Replacement for Conquest in some versions of the Four Horsemen.
Ferryman of the dead. In Greek Myth he was the ferryman who delivered newly dead souls across the River Styx and into the Underworld, typically demanding coins in payment for his services.
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