Ghostbusters Library Ghost Transforming Portrait
"Listen... do you smell something?" - Dr Ray Stantz (Ghostbusters)
The infamous free-roaming, vaporous, full torso apparition that was causing disturbances at the main branch of the New York Public Library in 1984 turned out to be a kindly old woman named Eleanor Twitty who made it very clear on the Ghostbuster's first mission that she did not enjoy being disturbed while reading. It was thought that this malevolent book-loving spirit disappeared, but apparently it seems that she has been captured, locked up in this cool new Ghostbusters Library Ghost Transforming Portrait, and for sale to lovers of the paranormal. At first glance, it's just a lovely portrait of Eleanor Twitty, until you get too close or scream, GET HER!. Check out the video below to see her in action... if you dare.
- A transforming portrait (lenticular) of everyone's favorite Library Ghost!
- Watch as the macabre Eleanor Twitty transforms into her ghoulish state before your very eyes!
- Size: 8" x 10"