The Servant Girl Ghost is the ghost of a young woman who worked at the Fairlawn Mansion in life and death.


In the early 20th century, a man murdered his wife in Duluth, Minnesota. [1] Her ghost was anchored to the Fairlawn Mansion in Superior, Wisconsin where she worked as a servant girl. She was just as helpful in the afterlife. Witness accounts cited her assisting museum patrons like giving directions to the bathroom or making sure lost children found their parents. She even was seen cleaning up. Special Agent Melanie Ortiz investigated Fairlawn and deemed it of low-risk to the general public. Some time later, the ghost of her husband sought her out. Unable to fully manifest and attack her, he relocated the mansion six miles north overnight from Superior to the Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth. It was believed the ghost would have eventually turned on the general public if left alone. Special Agent Melanie Ortiz skipped the standard investigation and immediately contracted Ron Alexander and Lou Kamaka from the Chicago Ghostbusters. They entered the mansion on December 1. They observed temperatures below zero, a green light bathing the interior, high and erratic P.K.E. readings, and a "negative vibe." After they found a second signal, Lou speculated the ghost of the servant girl might be the target. The cold and light intensified as they went through the mansion. They followed the strongest signal upstairs and found the Skinless Man strangling the servant girl ghost. Luckily, Ron's abrasive personality and insults caught the Skinless Man's attention. He moved quickly and attacked Ron, attempting to strangle him. Ron managed to open his own Trap and capture the entity. Lou asked the girl if the Skinless Man was her husband. She nodded and whispered a thank you to them then vanished. Fairlawn had to be manually disassembled and moved back to Duluth over the next few weeks. On the first day the museum reopened, it was reported the servant girl manifested as helpful as ever.


The Servant Girl Ghost appeared as a young woman dressed in an early 20th century fashion.


The Servant Girl Ghost is a Class 3.


IDW Comics


  1. Spectral Incident Report (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #11" (2016) (Comic p.23). Spectral Incident Report reads: "Kamaka asked the ghost if that had been her husband; she nodded in response and whispered a thank you before vanishing. Further research courtesy of Kylie Griffin in New York indicated that the servant girl was murdered in Duluth, but bonded to the home in Superior... so the Skinless Man abducted both."
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