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Ray's Occult Books is a bookstore owned and operated by Ray Stantz after the Ghostbusters were served a judicial restraining order.


Ray's Occult Books in the Primary Canon is developed from Ghostbusters II and Ghostbusters: Afterlife. In Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions), a Secondary Canon, Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters II pre-date the game, Ghostbusters: Afterlife conflicts with the game. Ray's Occult Books (prime) appears in the IDW Comic Series, a Secondary Canon, which follows Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters II, also includes some elements from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) and Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions); as well as being canon to Tobin's Spirit Guide (Insight Editions).


Primary Canon History

After Ghostbusters (1984)

Following the collapse of the Ghostbusters, Ray opened up an Occult book store; specializing in the bizarre, somewhat strange, and hard to find books. Peter Venkman was a frequent customer and had an account there. In 1989, Peter ordered a book entitled "Magical Paths to Fortune and Power" through the store.

Ghostbusters II

In late 1989, Egon conducted an investigation for Dana Barrett. He browsed the store's large collection of books for research. Ray rang up a customer while Egon found an interesting passage in the The Great Book of Magical Art, Hindu Magic and East Indian Occultism and read it aloud to Ray: in Berlin, in 1939, a flower cart took off by itself and rolled half a kilometer. There were 300 eyewitnesses. Ray finished ringing up the sale. Egon turned and looked at the customer. The doorbell rang as the customer left. Ray wished his best to the coven then he stepped out from the counter over to a book shelf with Egon. He placed his pipe in his mouth then suggested they check Duke University's mean averaging studies on controlled psychokinesis. Egon affirmed that he pulled it. Peter entered the bookstore and spoke in an accent. He jokingly explained he was looking for a love potion aerosol that he could spray on a certain Penthouse pet to obtain her total submission. They both greeted Peter. Peter threw his coat onto an empty book cart. He asked Egon how school was and joked those "science chicks" must really dig that large cranium of his. Egon believed they were more interested in his epididymis. Peter scoffed then paused in thought. He told Ray to close up so he could buy him a calzone.

Ray informed him that he was busy working on something but revealed his book order came in, "Magical Paths to Fortune and Power". Peter thanked him. Egon snickered while Peter held his head up high. Egon wished him good luck with that. Peter politely asked Ray to put it on his account. Egon found something else and showed it to Ray. Ray skimmed and agreed. Peter was curious and asked what they were working on. Ray started to answer but from the back of the store, Egon cleared his throat to subtly warn Ray not to blab. Ray told Peter they were checking something out for an old friend. Peter pressed on and asked who the "old friend" was. Ray was saved by the phone and answered. He replied to the caller that the store's closing hours were 7:00 on weekdays and midnight on Saturdays. He thanked the caller, hung up and looked back down at his book. Peter placed his left hand under Ray's chin and made him look into his eyes. Peter again asked who. Ray tried to fib and said it was just someone they knew. Peter pretended to be satisfied then pulled on Ray's ears. Egon turned around and could only stand there as Ray screamed. Peter asked again. Ray repeatedly refused to answer but Peter implored him to. Ray finally caved and revealed the client was Dana Barrett. Peter was surprised and released him. Ray massaged his ears. Peter couldn't believe the person was his ex-girlfriend.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

One night in June 2021, Ray Stantz sat at the register in Ray's Occult Books after closing. He brushed a crystal. The red phone at the register rang. After a few rings, he stopped and picked up the receiver. He answered and stated the store was closed. Phoebe Spengler asked him to wait because she got one phone call on account of being in prison. Ray was intrigued. He recounted the time he was in jail and stated he was not a lawyer but he was listening. She asked him if he was "Ray Stantz, the Ghostbuster." Ray saw that as a cue to hang up. She pleaded with him to hang on because she was calling about Egon Spengler. Ray paused then told her Egon Spengler could rot in hell. Phoebe was silent then informed him Egon died last week. Ray's expression changed and he let out a soft exhale. She thought they were friends. Ray told her that was a long time ago. She asked what happened between them. Ray sighed. He admitted when they started the business, busting ghosts was a gas and it helped the economy was good thanks to the Reagan years and that people believed in them. He revealed business got slow and hauntings got thin. He recalled Peter thought they did their job too well, they could barely keep up their mortgage, and the finale nail was when some actor bought up most of Tribeca, and they lost the firehouse. He revealed it was now a Starbucks. Ray switched the receiver from his right to left ear.

Phoebe asked if they all just walked away after that. Ray switched the receiver back to his right ear. He revealed Peter was a professor emeritus at SUNY Cortland and was teaching advertising and promotion, Winston Zeddemore went into finance and made a fortune, while he continued his bookstore. She asked about Egon. Ray noted his actions did not help prevent the end of the business. He told her they went from ten calls a week to one if they were lucky and Egon started to tell people that their ghost problems were irrelevant because the world was coming to an end. Ray admitted Egon got spooky and freaked him out. He moved the receiver back to his left ear and recounted how he went to the Firehouse one morning and Ecto-1, Egon's Proton Pack, all of the Traps, and 16 ounces of fuel isotope were gone along with Egon. Phoebe pointed out he had to have had a reason for doing that. Ray told her Egon called him up about 10 years later from some small town in Oklahoma rambling an about "the rising storm" and "the huge psychic tornado that was gonna "consume humanity in darkness forever." Ray wanted to believe him but could not. Phoebe tried to explain there was a mountain with ancient carvings but he informed her there were a lot of mountains out there with ancient carvings out there. He advised her against chasing ghosts. She revealed to him Egon was her grandfather. Sheriff Domingo pushed the switch hook's button to hang up and announced her time was up. Ray tried to get her back on then put the phone down and thought about what just happened. After the battle in Summerville, Janine Melnitz met with Winston. Janine asked him if he was still covering the rent at Ray's Occult. Winston still had hope Ray's Occult was going to turn a profit one of these days. She laughed.

Secondary Canon History

IDW Comics

In late 1984, during an interview, Ray revealed Roger Delacorte was so happy the Ghostbusters trapped the Library ghost, he was able to talk him into selling him some of the New York City Public Library's occult collection for a good deal. Ray admitted he was thinking about opening an occult reference library someday. As Rebecca Morales stepped outside the American Society for Psychical Research, she suggested a bookstore. Ray liked that idea and told her she thought like Peter. Rebecca asked if that was a compliment. Ray replied it was, sometimes.

Ray eventually hired someone to take over as store manager, Kylie Griffin, and he would help out on occasion when he was off duty from being a Ghostbuster. She initially took the job to help pay for college.[1] Kylie helped organize the store and increased profits.[2] The store also became a repository of sorts for several artifacts collected during the Shandor Incident during Thanksgiving 1991. A couple years later, Kylie hired Eduardo Rivera, an alleged "functional illiterate," to run the store while she was working as a Ghostbuster. While on duty, Kylie was visited by Janine. She wanted to make sure she was alright after the attack conducted by the Draugar. There wasn't any books on the subject. Peter arrived and took Kylie with him to the Warehouse.

In December, Ray and Kylie closed up the store to conduct research on behalf of the Ghostbusters. They poured through a Tobin's Spirit Guide, the latest Spates Catalog, Spectral Almanac, Moreci Bestiary, McGee's Co-opted Paganism, and the New England Grimoire in search of information on recurrent child hauntings and supernatural abductions from the last 50 years. At the start of the following year, Eduardo was the only employee on duty. A strange package arrived. While inspecting it, Eduardo had an out of body experience and met Tiamat. Ray and Kylie found Eduardo on the floor and called for an ambulance. In the following spring, Special Agent Melanie Ortiz visited Ray's Occult and met with Kylie and Eduardo. They discussed the ongoing Tiamat and Gozer case.

While the other Ghostbusters were on a flight to Italy, Egon searched for a copy of "The Johansen's Argument" at the New York City Public Library but could not locate it. He called Ray's Occult and asked Kylie if Ray still had one. Kylie recalled she hadn't seen it in awhile and checked the clearance bin. She confirmed it was sold and didn't realize Egon already hung up. Ray's Occult and its staff were briefly featured in the commercial for Ghostbusters 101, Peter's idea for prospective customers who want to pay for a fantasy camp and learn what it takes to be a Ghostbuster. In the weeks between an incident with the Interspatial Teleportation Unit and the appearance of twin Statues of Liberty, Garrett Parker was sent on an errand to Ray's Occult. He left with a box piled to the brim with books and rolled up papers. Ray was called away from the Warehouse to authenticate a collector's item at the book store but twin Statues of Liberty appeared in New York Harbor.

Following an encounter with a ghost at Grand Central Station, Kylie returned to Ray's Occult. Because she was in contact with the ghost upon its atomization, a temporary mental link was established. Kylie had a precognitive dream, in the bookstore' office, and learned of the ghost's plan to unleash an army upon the world. The ghost removed his hood and declared the veil to the other side would open permanently and night would last forever. He dropped Kylie into his head. She woke up on the floor. After telling the Ghostbusters about her dream, Kylie realized something and took the subway back to Ray's Occult to double-check her hunch. She checked several books and put together that the ghost's sticking point with its name, its proclivity to be quick to fight, and the ring it wore all pointed to it being Connla. She called up Ray to inform him of the good news.

Known Employees

  • Ray Stantz
    • Founder, Owner

Secondary Canon Only

  • Kylie Griffin
    • Manager
  • Eduardo Rivera


Ghostbusters II Trivia

  • It is open until 7:00 P.M. on weekdays, midnight on Saturdays.[3]
  • Based on St. Mark's Deli being located next door, the Ray's Occult exterior was filmed at 33 St. Mark's Place New York, NY 10003.[4]
    • The current tenant of the space is a burger shop called Mark.
  • The interior of the book store was on Stage 15 next to the World of the Psychic set at Burbank Studios. Set decorator Cheryl Carasik populated the set with old used books.[5][6]
  • In the Ghostbusters II August 5, 1988 and February 27, 1989 drafts--in opposition to the real world filming location--Ray's Occult was a small basement shop located on a quaint commercial block in Greenwich Village.[7][8]
  • In the Ghostbusters II August 5, 1988 draft, Ray lost everything after the events of the first movie. He rebuilt his life with Ray's Occult Books.[9] [10]
  • In the Ghostbusters II August 5, 1988 draft, the store closed at seven everyday.[11]
  • In the November 27, 1988 and the February 27, 1989 drafts:
    • On page 19, Ray tells a crank caller he carries books on alchemy, astrology, apparitions, Bundu Magic Men, demon intercession, U.F.O. Abductions, psychic surgery, stigmata, modern miracles, pixie sightings, golden geese, geists, and ghosts. He tells Egon the crank asked for goat hooves. Ray suggests checking the ASPR, volume 6, number 3, 1968-1969, Renzacker and Buell, and the Duke University mean averaging study on controlled psychokinetics.
    • On page 20, Peter intimates he made the crank call then tells Ray to be him a sub. After Egon's epididymis line, Peter replies he doesn't want to know where that is. Peter takes a beer out of Ray's mini-fridge.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trivia

  • Ray's Occult Books was faithfully rebuilt by the Afterlife crew down to the red phone on a sound state at the Calgary Film Centre. It was in the same building as the Temple of Gozer set.[12]
  • Francois Audouy is friends with Tom Duffield, who worked on Ghostbusters II, and grilled him when it came to recreating Ray's Occult.[13]
  • After the set was built and populated with props, Francois Audouy got an old dust machine used on Hollywood productions and released dust all over then he burned things like incense and patchouli to get the old bookstore smell and look down.[14]
  • During development of the Ray's Occult set, it was decided to stay in business, Ray branched out and started selling crystals and incense and leased out space in the back of the store for a palm reader.[15]
  • Ray's Occult uses the Ghostbusters' original phone number 212-555-2368.
  • Ray is wearing a Ray's Occult Books T-shirt in his first scene in the movie.[16]
  • Winston covers the rent for Ray's Occult Books.
  • As of June 2021, before the battle in Summerville, dialing the Ghostbusters' original phone number 555-2368 with the area code 212 went to Ray's Occult instead of the Firehouse.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game Trivia

IDW Comics Trivia

  • Ray's Occult makes a cameo on Ghostbusters Issue #9 Cover RI-B, Midtown Comics Grand Central
  • In page 14 of Ghostbusters Issue #10, Ray notes Ray's Occult sells "The Jones Manual on New Orleans Voodoo" for $17.95.
  • On Cover B of Ghostbusters Issue #12, in the upper left corner is Kylie's Ray's Occult Books employee badge.
  • Jenny Moran loves Ray's Occult Books. [22]
  • As of the February when the Ghostbusters were abducted by The Collectors, Kylie was the manager of Ray's Occult for almost two years. [23]
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Volume 2, Issue #11, the Ray's Occult business card lists the store's phone number as (212)405-BOOK
  • In the Ghostbusters: Mass Hysteria hard cover collection, on page two, a Ray's Occult Books business card appears.
  • On page eight of Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #2, on the bottom right corner of the brown tack board is a Ray's Occult Books business card.
  • In Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #3, page 15, on the brown tack board, one of the Ray's Occult business cards is pinned.
  • On page 16 of Ghostbusters International #1, Kylie is holding a Ray's Occult bag.
  • In Ghostbusters International #2, on page 11:
    • Ray's Occult Books' neighbors St. Mark's Deli and Manic appear in panel 1.
    • In panel 1, on the right of Ray's Occult Books are concert posters for Shanna from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Banshee Bake a Cherry Pie?"
    • In panel 1, on the inside of the doorway adorned with the Shanna posters is Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg
    • To the right of Eduardo is the book's resident doll based on the Bird of Kildarby from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Bird of Kildarby"
    • The post it note on register references Great Grandma Rose, Kylie's late great grandmother from Extreme Ghostbusters.
    • Standing up on the register is a book about High John the Conqueror, a folk hero in American legend tied to hoodoo.
    • On top of stack of books in front of the phone is the Bestiary from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "The Sphinx"
    • On the top shelf behind Kylie are
      • Pagan Rituals & Sacrifices from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Casting the Runes"
      • Magic of the Runes from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Casting the Runes"
    • On the lower shelf is:
      • Galileo and his Studies of Medieval Poltergeist from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Casting the Runes"
      • Next to Galileo is the West End RPG, Ghostbusters: Hot Rods of the Gods.
    • Left of Kylie's elbow is a Ghostbusters II pin.
    • Below the pin is a black and white photo of the Ghostbusters commercial billboard from the LEGO Dimensions Ghostbusters Level.
    • Archangel's Gallbladder, another Cursed Artifact from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, is on Kylie's right.
    • In panel 4, to Kylie's left is the Vigo tapestry after it shows the Ghostbusters and Oscar at the end of Ghostbusters II. Only Egon is visible.
    • In panel 4 is the Portrait of Eleanor Twitty, another Cursed Artifact from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions from the "Checking Out the Library" level.
  • In Ghostbusters International #3, on page 19, in panel 3, on far left corner, there is a yellow crumpled Ray's Occult Books paper bag by the console.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters 101 #4, in panel 2, Kylie has a Ray's Occult bag like in Ghostbusters International when she delivered materials to Egon.
  • On page 23 of Ghostbusters 101 #5, it is noted Ray's Occult stays in business through a small selection of modern-day new age self-help books and special orders. [24] There is also a book-of-the-month club. [25]
  • On page 23 of Ghostbusters Annual 2018, in panel 4, Kylie wakes up in the Ray's Occult office - the first time it has appeared.
  • On page 23 of Annual 2018, in panel 4:
  • Ray's Occult was mentioned in Kylie Griffin's bio on the 39th Crossing Over Virtual Trading Card, posted on July 3, 2018. [26]
  • Ray's Occult was alluded to in Ray's bio on the 41st Crossing Over Virtual Trading Card, posted on July 10, 2018. [27]
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #2, Ray revealed the main source of the books at Ray's Occult Books was from the New York Public Library's occult collection.
    • Rebecca suggests he open a bookstore, foreshadowing the founding of Ray's Occult.

Ghostbusters: The Board Game Trivia


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Secondary Canon

Secondary Canon (Expanded Universe) Appearances


  1. TomWaltz Tweet 7/3/18Virtual Trading Card reads: "A research-loving wunderkind with a nearly perfect memory, KYLIE GRIFFIN took a job managing RAY STANTZ's paranormal bookstore -- RAY'S OCCULT BOOKS -- to help pay her way through college. (It didn't help much at first, but it beat waiting tables.)"
  2. TomWaltz Tweet 7/3/18Virtual Trading Card reads: "During her time at Ray's Occult, Kylie helped organize the store and increase profits."
  3. Ray Stantz (1999). Ghostbusters II, Chapter 4: Ray's Occult Books (1989) (DVD ts. 14:40-14:41). Columbia Pictures. Ray Stantz says: "Ray's Occult. 7:00 on weekdays, midnight on Saturdays."
  4. Spook Central Ray's Occult
  5. Wallace, Daniel (2015). Ghostbusters The Ultimate Visual History, p. 151. Insight Editions, San Rafael CA USA, ISBN 9781608875108. Line reads: "The interior of Ray's Occult Books came to life on Stage 15, right next to the World of the Psychic set."
  6. Wallace, Daniel (2015). Ghostbusters The Ultimate Visual History, p. 151. Insight Editions, San Rafael CA USA, ISBN 9781608875108. Tom Duffield says: "We filled it up with a lot of old used books that our LA set decorator Cheryl Carasik, put in there."
  7. Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1988). Ghostbusters II (August 5, 1988 Draft) (Script p. 20). "Paragraph reads: "It's a small basement shop located on a quaint commercial block in Greenwich Village."
  8. February 27, 1989 draft via Spook Central
  9. Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1988). Ghostbusters II (August 5, 1988 Draft) (Script p. 21). "Ray Stantz says: "I had every penny invested in Ghostbusters. You had nothing. Between the fines and the lawsuits I lost everything."
  10. Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1988). Ghostbusters II (August 5, 1988 Draft) (Script p. 21). "Ray Stantz says: "This bookstore is all I have."
  11. Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1988). Ghostbusters II (August 5, 1988 Draft) (Script p. 21). "Ray Stantz says: "Ray's Occult... Yep... Sure do... everything from Alchemy to Zoroaster, I've got it all... until seven every day... Sure thing."
  12. The Black Firehouse Podcast Spotify "Session 3: Ghostbusters Afterlife Gunners Seat & Sentry Proton Packs" 1:02:55-1:03:04 1/25/2022 Jordin Johanson says: "Yeah, in a sound stage in Calgary. The same building is where the Gozerian temple was."
  13. Go Creative Show YouTube "Ghostbusters Afterlife Production Design (with Francois Audouy) GCS291" 27:13-27:42 12/6/2021 Francois Audouy says: "We had an opportunity to rebuild Ray's Occult Bookshop and so I I called my friend Tom Duffield, who's the art director on the film, who I've worked with several times-I've worked with several times early in my career and grilled-I couldn't find any original blueprints but we meticulously sort of recreated Ray's Bookshelf-Bookshop from the second film and that was just a total joy to sort of piece together again."
  14. Yes Have Some YouTube "Ghostbusters: Afterlife Production Roundtable: Ozzy Inguanzo, Brynn Metheney, and Francois Audouy" 48:45-49:08 1/28/2022 Francois Audouy says: "What we did was we put all the stuff in there and then I brought in a dust machine which is this Hollywood-old Hollywood devices you spin it and the dust goes everywhere and it goes down and then the last thing I did is I actually lit a bunch of incense and patchouli and stuff and so and I swear to God it smelled like an old bookstore."
  15. Inguanzo, Ozzy (2021). Ghostbusters: Afterlife The Art and Making of the Movie, p. 126. Titan Books, London UK, ISBN 1789096529. Line reads: "His beloved bookstore is still dedicated to mysteries of the unknown, but over the years he's had to branch out to sell other things like crystals and incense in order to stay in business. He's even leased out a space in the back to a palm reader."
  16. Inguanzo, Ozzy (2021). Ghostbusters: Afterlife The Art and Making of the Movie, p. 126. Titan Books, London UK, ISBN 1789096529. Danny Glicker says: "When we first see Ray again, he's in a beat-up Ray's Books shirt and an old sweater vest that we lovingly created for him to appear."
  17. Female Caller (2009). Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Version)- Museum of (Super)Natural History Level "After finishing level, 9th message on Firehouse answering machine" (2009) (PC/PS3/Xbox 360). Atari. Female caller says: "Hi, I hope I have the right number. I'm trying to find Ray's Occult Bookstore. The number there is out of service. Walpurgisnacht is coming up and I had some party favors on order. If you know anything about it, please let me know. We have an important guest coming up from... the Deep South. And nobody wants to disappoint him. Reach me at Westchester Coven #."
  18. Bueno, Fernando (2009). Ghostbusters: The Video Game Official Game Guide, p. 39 (Realistic Version). Prima Games, Roseville CA USA, ISBN 2008930552.
  19. Spook Central 2/8/12
  20. Ray's Occult Concept Art
  21. Cross The Streams Episode 38 (ts. 39:38-42:58)
  22. Jenny Moran (2012).IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters Issue #15" (2012) (Comic p.4). Jenny says: "I know, I love your store."
  23. Narrator (2013). IDW Comics- "Volume 2, Issue #1" (2013) (Comic p.1). Narrator says: "Kylie Griffin has managed Ray Stantz's occult bookstore for almost two years now and her borderline mystical research skills have been very useful to the Ghostbusters."
  24. 101 Class Notes (2017). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters 101 #5" (2017) (Comic p.23). 101 Class Notes reads: "The business itself is kept afloat by a small selection of modern-day new age self-help books, and special orders, but that's neither here nor there."
  25. 101 Class Notes (2017). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters 101 #5" (2017) (Comic p.23). 101 Class Notes reads: "However, as cadets, you are entitled to 5% off our book-of-the-month club."
  26. TomWaltz Tweet 7/3/18
  27. TomWaltz Tweet 7/10/18
  28. Kylie's Character Card (2015). Cryptozoic Entertainment- "Ghostbusters: The Board Game" (2015) (Character Card). Card reads: "Manages Ray's Occult Bookstore."
  29. Janine Melnitz (2022). Ghostbusters: Afterlife Chapter 16 (2021) (Blu-Ray ts. 02:02:46-02:02:49). Sony Pictures. Janine Melnitz says: "You still covering the rent at Ray's bookshop?"
  30. Ray Stantz (2014). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #14" (2014) (Comic p.15). Ray says: "A few weeks back, an employee at the bookstore -- An employee had an extracorporeal experience wherein he claimed to have met the Mesopotamian goddess of chaos."
  31. Kylie Griffin (2014). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18" (2014) (Comic p.18). Kylie says: "I've been tearing the bookstore apart for any kind of clue or reference."
  32. Egon Spengler (2015). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #3" (2015) (Comic p.7). Egon says: "I'll call Kylie and let her know what we'll need her to bring from the store."
  33. Dramatis Personae (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #1" (2016) (Comic Dramatis Personae). Line reads: "Owns Ray's Occult Bookstore."
  34. Dramatis Personae (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #1" (2016) (Comic Dramatis Personae). Line reads: "Manager of Ray's Occult Bookstore and a Ghostbuster."
  35. Loftur Þorsteinsson (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #7" (2016) (Comic p.17). Loftur says: "No, I'm here on the behalf of a scruffy young man at Ray's Occult."
  36. Kylie Griffin (2017). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters 101 #4" (2017) (Comic p.6). Kylie Griffin says: "Okay, so I brought up a few things from the bookstore... some of the usual reference -- Spates Catalog, Tobin's Spirit Guide, The Henderson Manual on Dimensional Breaches... Oh, and The Schoening Omnibi."
  37. Erin Gilbert (2017). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters 101 #5" (2017) (Comic p.12). Erin Gilbert says: "Dr. Stantz has a whole store full of books, but nothing with his name on it."
  38. 101 Class Notes (2017). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters 101 #5" (2017) (Comic p.23). 101 Class Notes reads: "The Ghostbusters make use of a robust library of paranormal lore, much of it housed at Ray's Occult Books."


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