Who You Gonna Call? Ghostbuster Gals!

Ronnie Rennae Foster and Laura Lee Mistycah, better known as the Ghostbuster Gals, don’t look like your typical ghost hunters, but they promise to deliver “fast, friendly ghost-removal services.” These two ladies, trained in the arts of psychic healing and metaphysics, will come and eradicate even the peskiest Stay Puff Marshmallow Man camping out in your home for a mere fee of $250 an hour. Considering that 30 percent of people in the US say they have experienced some kind of paranormal activity in their home, the Ghostbuster Gals are in very high demand, especially during the Halloween season. They say that clients’ most commonly reported haunting signs are electrical disturbances, obnoxious odors, and cold spots. So how does their ghostbusting work? Find out after the jump if you’re not too scared. Foster and Mistycah show up at the haunting site, only don’t expect them to be wearing silly uniforms and Proton Packs like Billy Murray and gang did in the movie. These ladies use only a special stone known as “aulmauracite” to help them communicate with the restless spirit(s). It usually takes them a couple of hours in a house to make contact with ghosts and guide them over to the other side. “Most ghosts are lost, trapped and scared and can’t figure out how to move on. We find a way to talk them into going toward the light. Willingly, of course,” Foster says.

The ghosts they have assisted range from confused to tyrannical. They call those ones “a**-souls”. (Here’s hoping I NEVER have one in my apartment.) But no matter how willing or reluctant a ghost is to go toward the light, they guarantee that once the spirit is gone, it will not come back.

They are so dedicated to leading wayward ghosts back to their rightful resting places that they have written a DIY guide called Got Ghosts? for those who want to try their own at hand at ghostbusting. No thanks for me. I’m still trying to get over my fear of the dark. So what do you think? Have you ever experienced paranormal activity in your home and if so, would you call the Ghostbuster Gals? [AOL]