Cover Date: March 26th, 1988
Cover Price: 38p
Story: John Freeman, Dan Abnett (third story)
Pencils: Anthony Williams (first & fourth story), Brian Williamson (second story), Andy Lanning (third story)
Inks: Dave Harwood (first & second story), Brian Williamson (third story), Dave Hine (fourth story)
Colors: Steve White (first story), Stuart Place (second story), Dave Harwood (third story), Paul Jacques (fourth story)
Letters: Bambos (first story), Helen Stone (second story), Gordon Robinson (fourth story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: John Freeman & Lew Stringer
Editor: Richard Starkings
Assistant Editor: Dan Abnett
Cover: Andy Lanning & Dave Harwood
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Haunted Homeowner
House Ghost
“There’s A Ghost In My House!”
    Amelia Wainwright’s new home appears to have come with an unwanted guest.  She calls the Ghostbusters to deal with the problem, however this ghost story doesn’t quite end like you’d expect!

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 1
    An introduction to common supernatural entities.

“Haunt Thy Neighbour”
    The Ghostbusters get sent out on their latest call…right next door!  It turns out the containment unit has sprung a leak and allowed some spooks to escape into the nearby building.  It’s up to Ray, Winston and Peter to clear out the building while Egon tries to fix the leak and prevent another disaster of biblical proportions!

“Winston’s Diary”
Tuesday 15th March 1988
    A hero’s work is never done.  It’s been one call after another all day for the Ghostbusters; and most of them turn out to be trouble of the non-paranormal variety.  Of course, Winston would end up alone on the one, real call.

“The Ghost Under the Hood!”
    It’s dawn, the Ghostbusters are tired, and they should’ve been home hours ago.  But, it doesn’t look like they’ll make it there when Ecto-1 takes on a life of its own!  Egon guesses there may be a ghost in the machine.  So now, the Ghostbusters need to find a way to stop the offending spook at high speeds without becoming ghosts themselves!

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer’s travels have taken him to Britain, and to an unsuspecting restaurant.
Special Features:
    Bio: Peter Venkman.
    Ghostbusters credentials.
FYI: The British origins of this book come through a lot in this issue.  Not only are various words spelt in the British style, but Slimer also takes a trip to Britain.

FYI:  “There’s A Ghost In My House!”
     Amelia Wainwright lives at 145 Thorp Street, a fictional address.

FYI:  “There’s A Ghost In My House!”
    Page 4-The ecto-goggles are called spectro-visors and the ghost trap is called the cointainment vessel.

FYI: “Haunt Thy Neighbour”
    Page 9-The firehouse is revealed to be located on 77th and 5th, a consistent fact in the RGBUK universe as shown by the story reprinted in the NOW Real Ghostbusters 1992 Annual.  The real firehouse is located downtown on N. Moore and Varick.
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