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    {
    “content”: “Set-up/idea: Realism-style company & business presentation for conventions: What and who are we (as in: not the fan/cosplay group, but the fictional Dutch Ghostbusters franchise), what do we do, and how we do it! Most importantly, it should be funny, humorous, and entertaining; visually interesting; and presented well.\n\nLength: around 20 to 30 min. or so?\n\nLocalise it as much as possible: explaining GB principles and activities yet mostly using Dutch society- and culture-specific references —> humorous element?\n\nIdeally, include a frequent interactive element, whatever that may be — ask for a volunteer to do some things?\n\nMedium: English — catering for a broad international audience at a convention (thereby avoiding the necessity of translating stuff). If anything is done in Dutch, it could be subtitled (in the case of video) or translated (in the case of live acting), preferably with a humorous twist.\n\nAnything funny should be acted out as dry witted and serious as possible — let’s not make it meta…”
    },
    {
    “content”: “If you wanna add any ideas/notions/suggestions, do it on separate cards! In that case, please tag it with a hashtag and your initials, like so: #HD , so I can see what you added… If you feel like commenting on or correcting a card, same story: use hashtag plus initials.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “# ➀ Introduction\n”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “## Paranormal incidents in the Netherlands\nAnecdotal: newsflash-style (possibly use some eerie suspense-building Bernstein music track in the background)”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Something historical? Something recent? Giving a paranormal twist to something in the media that actually happened? (would be funny)”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Concept incident #1:",
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script incident #1]",
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[imagery incident #1]"
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Concept incident #2:",
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script incident #2]",
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[imagery incident #2]"
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Concept incident #3:",
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script incident #3]",
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[imagery incident #3]"
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “# ➁ Body“,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “A short history of Ghostbusting”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “The company Ghostbusters”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “New York, 1983: founding of Ghostbusters Inc. by Drs. Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, and Egon Spengler.”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “It was in New York, in the autumn of 1983, that three parapsychology lecturers at Columbia University’s Department of Psychology, namely Drs. Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, and Egon Spengler, were let go by their department; the university board had decided to terminate their grant because of alleged academic nonchalance and they were to vacate the building from which they had conducted their research immediately.”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Shortly before, on that very same day, they had actually managed to verify the existence of ghosts in New York’s Public Library on 42nd Street, yet, despite that, despite that new-found evidence, despite those still warm, proper, positively significant readings of an actual supernatural entity, this turned out to be of no avail. Academia had turned its back on them.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Looking for alternate ways of benefiting from their discovery, however, Dr Venkman realised that, rather than just a scientific opportunity, it was especially a more lucrative opportunity that had presented itself to them. If taken in the proper entrepreneurial direction, setting up a service specialising in paranormal investigation as well as elimination could, in fact, pay off. And in the long run, potential franchising opportunities would make it even more worthwhile.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “The business plan: a combination of serious but hands-on scientific research into supernatural phenomena, apparitions, ghosts, and other paranormal infestations, and combine that with a very practical, customer-centred approach to their removal or complete elimination.”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Ladies and gentlemen: Ghostbusters was born.\n\nSo, in the autumn of 1983, the three gentlemen wrote a business plan, …”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “\n\nwhat did they set out to do?”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “… purchased an abandoned fire station in the TriBeCa area of lower Manhattan,”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “… developed a collection of innovative, nuclear-powered equipment, …”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “… converted a 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor limo-style endloader hearse-ambulance combination into …”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “… a high-tech, flamboyant company vehicle, …”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “… and went on to tackle a sudden surge of supernatural activity throughout the general New York area, coming to a climax in the defeat of the Sumerian god Gozer through the destruction of a gigantic and malicious replica of the mascot of the Stay Puft marshmallow corporation.”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “spirit classification system -\n\nInitial system overview is taken from the GBI roleplay handbook: text fragments in the column > qtd in Ectozone.com\n\nReferences\nhttp://ghostbusters.wikia.com/wiki/Animated_Classifications“,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[introduction to Tobin’s Spirit Guide]\nEach class will be illustrated by using one example from the more well-known 'GB-universe' as well as an example from 'Dutch soil'
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Class #1 (needs adapting for presentation)\n\n> These are undeveloped forms, insubstantial and difficult to see. Interaction with their environment is limited and enigmatic (i.e. spectral lights, voices and sounds, Ectoplasmic vapors, etc.). Simple application of a proton pack beam is normally effective.”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Class #2 (needs adapting for presentation)\n\n> Manifestations focused in this time and space, Class II ghosts and up can physically manipulate things in this world. These forms are vague, inconsistent, or incomplete (i.e. floating sheets, ghostly hands, animated lips, etc.). Although a proton pack beam is normally effective, some Class II ghosts have the capacity to return attacks. “,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “‘Witte Wieven’ or Wise Women\n\n
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Class #3 (needs adapting for presentation)\n\n> Anonymous Hauntings. Distinct human form and personality is evident, but former identity (i.e. as a living being.) is not established. If established, ghost is reassigned as Class IV. Often difficult to deal with, Class III ghosts generally possess sophisticated means of defense. “,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Class #4 (needs adapting for presentation)\n\n> Identity is established. They have a distinct human form and personality with known identity, such as General Custer or Cleopatra. Economic disposal methods include research into the background of said entity, as well as possible communication with it. “,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “The armoured ghost of Didam”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Class #5 (needs adapting for presentation)\n\n> These are Ectoplasmic manifestations of definite but non-human form. Speculation includes the theory that Class V’s are formed from emotionally-charged events or as side effects from ritual summonings (Slimer was a by-product of the rituals that a cult held in the Sedgewick Hotel’s basement.). These typically require extensive proton pack implementation to eradicate. “,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    },
    {
    “content”: “Bûzehappert\n”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Class #6 (needs adapting for presentation)\n\n> Ghosts from lower life forms. A giant penguin was once seen attacking a mugger in Central Park. Later it was discovered that the penguin was a ghost. Unique solutions are often required to handle these entities, including research into habitats, allergies, natural enemies, etc. “,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Class #7 (needs adapting for presentation)\n\n> Metaspectres. Obsessively malevolent, exceptionally powerful, and exhibiting control over subordinate forms, such entities are potentially very dangerous. These are often identified by primitive cultures as \”Demons\”. Entitles which fit this classification include Gozer and Zuul. Neutralizing them is usually a problematical undertaking at best. Most standard procedures are futile. The most realistic plan is to take measures to prevent these things from entering the sphere of influence in the first place. “,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “1984: successful motion picture — rather predictably titled Ghostbusters — \”based on the biggest interdimensional crossrip since the Tunguska blast of 1908. Pity they got some of the details wrong, but the movie wasn’t too bad…\””,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: ““,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    },
    {
    “content”: “… rather predictably called Ghostbusters …\n\nUnder the spirited — no pun intended — guidance of Ivan Reitman …\n\n… based on the biggest interdimensional crossrip since the Tunguska blast of 1908. Pity they got some of the details wrong, but the movie wasn’t too bad… …”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Ghostbusters International”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: ““,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “The gradual surge of GB franchises, first at a US-national level, later across the globe as well, leading up to…”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “animated image of adapted GB-franchise logos appearing all over the screen (perhaps originating from a map?)”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    },
    {
    “content”: “http://www.gbfans.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=72&t=13825\n
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Ghostbusters Dutch Division”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “…the founding of Ghostbusters Dutch Division”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Description details?”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Finally, the moment was there: after a gradual but steady increase of supernatural disturbances in the Low Countries in late 2000s, a group of Dutch paranormal investigators decided the time was ripe to found a national branch of the Ghostbusters franchise.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Ghostbusters Dutch Division was born.”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Our base of operations”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[Some photoshopped picture of a typically Dutch, ideally somewhat older, but at least distinctive, preferably picturesque building.]\n\nCandidates (or buildings like these):\n- old fire station\n- old farm\n- a converted traditional large windmill\n- old converted canal house or ‘pakhuis’”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script: Descriptive text of whichever building we choose]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    },
    {
    “content”: “
    },
    {
    “content”: “
    },
    {
    “content”: “
    },
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Our staff”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “This could be the basis for a nice member gallery: try to get an awesome picture of each of us in some funny or illustrative pose (mid-action or otherwise). Possibly a fun (hilariously complicated) organogram, \n\nWhat should follow this are the pictures with names (functions given for each, preferably with a funny twist or epithet — all involved should have a special gift, skill, or characteristic, be it fake or real, as long as it matches the fictional corporate GBDD universe). This list could also be read/recited very fast, especially if we use acronyms and keep the explanations quite brief, as confusion would be the desired effect. Also, that way, none of us in particular will be put in the spotlight for too long.\n\nThe pictures should evoke a sense of realism — on-the-job pictures (at HQ, during a bust, leaving a bust, among a cheering crowd, in conversation with a client, doing research, cleaning their boots, etc.) Ideally, it would be interesting if it would match the acronym in some way (for those people who pay attention; an ‘easter egg’ of sorts)\n\nAlternatively, some pictures could also be ‘copies’ of Dutch or international magazine covers or newspaper clipping with the person in question in some interesting pose…\n\nUse funny acronyms perhaps… Let the CEO, CFO, etc. acronym thing go mad. Use some more acronyms from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_business_and_finance_abbreviations“,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script: a very fast explanation using only acronyms of people, and mixed up with other abbreviations to mess it up even more: RSVP, a.s.a.p., i.e., a.k.a. — for comedic effect]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[picture of very chaotic company structure organogram — something like this? (a very complicated one would be funny… \”Oh, what a tangled web we weave…\” :-) Using only acronyms and heads or something)]\n\n
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Felix Bours (CFO)”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Patrick Burghout”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Niels van de Keer”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Cees Krottje”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Ivan Matejczyk”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “How do we operate?”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Our most important equipment\nWhat equipment do we use for: \n paranormal investigation and\n elimination\n storage\n\nPerhaps some GBDD-specific tools?\n”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “#investigation (not too many tools, though — perhaps just stick to a list of three)\n- gigameter?\n- PKE meter\n- Ghost sniffer?\n- ectogoggles\n- video and audio recording equipment”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “PKE meter“,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Ecto goggles“,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “old-fashioned video and audio recording equipment\n(Now why the Hell is Mark always running around with his funny camera?) We make you
    think he’s just making fun videos of us messing around to be put on YouTube, but actually he’s doing research!”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[image]”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “#elimination\n- protonpack + gun\n- slimeblower\n- later developments (cf. video-game-specific equipment, yet currently out of our financial reach, nor absolutely necessary in the Low Countries): “,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “### Proton pack + gun”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Slimeblower”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### Other stuff…”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “#storage\n- ghost trap\n- ECU (Ecto Containment Unit)\n- Sometimes we don’t store them, but we just blow them to smithereens by doing mad stuff like crossing the streams”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “### Ghost Trap”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### ECU”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “### \”BOOM!\””,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Busting protocol\nAs in: how does a bust work in its totality: from haunting to invoice :-) \n\n> #IDEA: \n> - Act out (in Dutch) a first encounter with a client, including funny, typically Dutch, dialogue: \ne.g. our Ghostbuster from the Hague having a weird tête-a-tête with his fellow citizen.\n> - Act out whichever step can be acted out on the spot? Would be funny if the description is very much adhering to social norms, but the short scene (can even be two or three sentences) would contradict it bluntly... (compare the \"They'll be totally discrete\" joke from GB1)", "children": [ { "content": "The phone call (nowadays, hauntings can also be reported via email or text message", "children": [ { "content": "Intro/description of phone call + scene to illustrate" } ] }, { "content": "Going there in our company vehicle\n- mention what car we use?\n- find a solution to the 2009 Visual and Audible Warning Device Regulations Act (http://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0025357/) (--> included through photoshopping or some other workaround?)", "children": [ { "content": "Intro/description company transport + illustration" } ] }, { "content": "investigation/action plan/bust (sometimes simultaneously, sometimes the investigation is followed by a thoroughly thought out action plan, all usually adhering to strict protocol)", "children": [ { "content": "Intro/descr. of average investigation/bust" }, { "content": "separate action plan (can be very funny if the illustration of this something incredibly sudden, spontaneous, and impulsive)." }, { "content": "Bust separate? Play with the notion - possibly illustrate the fantastic contrast between careful planning and spontaneous busting action!" } ] }, { "content": "invoicing", "children": [ { "content": "Intro/descr. invoicing + scene/illustration" } ] }, { "content": "Aftercare?", "children": [ { "content": "Intro/descr. aftercare + scene/illustration" } ] }, { "content": "Subscriptions?", "children": [ { "content": "Subscriptions / action plan / PR + scene?" } ] }, { "content": "Anything else?" } ] }, { "content": "**Zap 'em, cap 'em, and trap 'em.**\n\n[descriptions inspired by video game]\n[use edited pictures from GBDD or take video fragments (films or GBVG)]\nPerhaps move this branch to the middle of the Busting Protocol section?`”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “#zapping”
    },
    {
    “content”: “#capping”
    },
    {
    “content”: “#trapping”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “One or two recent cases?\nE.g.\n- Witte Wieven near Lochem\n- a Bûzehappert near Hurdegaryp\n- the spirit of Count Florence V in the Little Tower of the Binnenhof in the Hague (photoshopped picture of a GBDD member with Mark Rutte, shaking hands or whatever…)”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Case #1 newspaper clipping incl. picture”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: ““,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[clipping]”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Case #2 newspaper clipping incl. picture”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: ““,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[clipping]”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “Case #3 newspaper clipping incl. picture”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: ““,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[script]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[clipping]”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “# ➂ Conclusion“,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Insert Dutch-style GB commercial (half a minute at most), including English subtitles”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Commercial, similar in style to the GB1-style commercial, possibly with some elements added, but catering to a Dutch clientele, the commercial itself also being in Dutch, bearing all kinds of hallmarks of Dutch culture (although preferably not the usual Dutch clichés like cheese, tulips, and windmills), but subtle references like one or two bicycles parked against the wall of GBDD-HQ or something”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “\”So…\”\n\n[insert script commercial]”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “[commercial videoclip]”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “End on Ghostbusters song (with gradual fade-out)\n\n#VISUALS?”
    }
    ]
    },
    {
    “content”: “## LOOSE BITS!!!\n\n<style>\nbody {\nbackground-image: linear-gradient(to bottom,#C7CDD4,#989FA8);\n}\n.cards {\nbackground: #DAD8D8;\n}\n",
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “References:”,
    “children”: [
    {
    “content”: “Bertocci, A. (2012)
    Overthinking Ghostbusters. <http://www.runleiarun.com/ghostbusters/> Accessed on: xxx”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Daily Mail (2013) ‘That’s a lot of marshmallows! How Ghostbusters firehouse would be worth $16M thanks to its New York location and 10,000sq-ft space.’
    MailOnline. [online]. 15 August. <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2395053/Ghostbusters-firehouse-worth-16M-thanks-location-space.html.> Accessed on: 5 Oct. 2015.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “GB Chicago (2013).
    Ghostbusters\nHandbook: your field guide to operations, protocols, and guidelines. [online]. <http://2gms1mic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Ghostbusters-Handbook-2-Edited-Feb.-18.pdf> Accessed on: 5 Oct. 2015.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Lee, M. (2009) ‘The Ghostbusters’ Risky Business Plan.’
    Overthinking It [online]. 13 June. Available at: <http://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/06/13/the-ghostbusters-risky-business-plan/> [Accessed on: 1 April 2013].”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Mindflash (2011)
    The Ghostbusters Guide to Management. [online]. 21 October. <https://www.mindflash.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/11.10.20_Ghostbusters_MGMT_FINAL.png> Accessed on: 24 April 2012.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Phelan, M. (2013) ‘The politics of the next dimension: do ghosts have civil rights?’
    The Awl. [online]. 17 Dec. <http://www.theawl.com/2013/12/the-politics-of-the-next-dimension-do-ghosts-have-civil-rights> Accessed on: 24 March 2014.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Wconfetti (2015) ‘6 business lessons I picked up from watching Ghostbusters.’
    Website Confetti. [online] <http://websiteconfetti.com/business-lessons-learnt-watching-ghostbusters/> Accessed on: 5 Oct. 2015.”
    },
    {
    “content”: “Weiss, B. (2013). ‘4 Reasons To Pursue Contract Work, Taken From ‘Ghostbusters’’
    U.S. News & World Report.* [online]. 4 June. <http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2013/06/04/4-reasons-to-pursue-contract-work-taken-from-ghostbusters>. Accessed on: 5 Oct. 2015.”
    }
    ]
    }
    ]
    }
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If anything is done in Dutch, it could be subtitled (in the case of video) or translated (in the case of live acting), preferably with a humorous twist.\\n\\nAnything funny should be acted out as dry witted and serious as possible -- let's not make it meta...\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"`If you wanna add any ideas/notions/suggestions, do it on separate cards!` In that case, please tag it with a hashtag and your initials, like so: #HD , so I can see what you added... If you feel like commenting on or correcting a card, same story: use hashtag plus initials.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"# &#x2780; **Introduction**\\n\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"## Paranormal incidents in the Netherlands\\nAnecdotal: newsflash-style (possibly use some eerie suspense-building Bernstein music track in the background)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Something historical? Something recent? Giving a paranormal twist to something in the media that actually happened? (would be funny)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Concept incident #1:\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script incident #1]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[imagery incident #1]\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Concept incident #2:\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script incident #2]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[imagery incident #2]\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Concept incident #3:\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script incident #3]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[imagery incident #3]\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"# &#x2781; **Body**\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"A short history of Ghostbusting\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"The company Ghostbusters\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"New York, 1983: founding of Ghostbusters Inc. by Drs. 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Academia had turned its back on them.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Looking for alternate ways of benefiting from their discovery, however, Dr Venkman realised that, rather than just a scientific opportunity, it was especially a more lucrative opportunity that had presented itself to them. If taken in the proper entrepreneurial direction, setting up a service specialising in *paranormal investigation as well as elimination* could, in fact, pay off. And in the long run, potential **franchising** opportunities would make it even more worthwhile.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"The business plan: a combination of serious but hands-on scientific research into supernatural phenomena, apparitions, ghosts, and other paranormal infestations, and combine that with a very practical, customer-centred approach to their removal or complete elimination.\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/dfNPT3TQ1ClMCC9MY92N)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Ladies and gentlemen: Ghostbusters was born.\\n\\nSo, in the autumn of 1983, the three gentlemen wrote a business plan, ...\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/vRMF6JnRRqUoZGsblVvP)\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\\n\\nwhat did they set out to do?\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"... purchased an abandoned fire station in the TriBeCa area of lower Manhattan,\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/VIkceEf6SqGjfvSKDiIu)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"... developed a collection of innovative, nuclear-powered equipment, ...\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/GVd7mv21SAKng8Vkm86H)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"... converted a 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor limo-style endloader hearse-ambulance combination into ...\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/VgYgBGRQ92OBmWZubt0A)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"... a high-tech, flamboyant company vehicle, ...\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/dzWBvpkkSWOYM7eGsTkx)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"... and went on to tackle a sudden surge of supernatural activity throughout the general New York area, coming to a climax in the defeat of the Sumerian god Gozer through the destruction of a gigantic and malicious replica of the mascot of the Stay Puft marshmallow corporation.\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/oXfbiexNSDKXgh5JCZyn)\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"spirit classification system -\\n\\nInitial system overview is taken from the GBI roleplay handbook: text fragments in the column > qtd in *Ectozone.com*\\n\\nReferences\\nhttp://ghostbusters.wikia.com/wiki/Animated_Classifications\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[introduction to Tobin's Spirit Guide]\\n`Each class will be illustrated by using one example from the more well-known 'GB-universe' as well as an example from 'Dutch soil'`\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Class #1 (*needs adapting for presentation*)\\n\\n> These are undeveloped forms, insubstantial and difficult to see. Interaction with their environment is limited and enigmatic (i.e. spectral lights, voices and sounds, Ectoplasmic vapors, etc.). Simple application of a proton pack beam is normally effective.\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Class #2 (*needs adapting for presentation*)\\n\\n> Manifestations focused in this time and space, Class II ghosts and up can physically manipulate things in this world. These forms are vague, inconsistent, or incomplete (i.e. floating sheets, ghostly hands, animated lips, etc.). Although a proton pack beam is normally effective, some Class II ghosts have the capacity to return attacks. \",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"'Witte Wieven' or *Wise Women*\\n\\n![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/VfRC2EZbRTK0H8KSo4FI)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Class #3 (*needs adapting for presentation*)\\n\\n> Anonymous Hauntings. Distinct human form and personality is evident, but former identity (i.e. as a living being.) is not established. If established, ghost is reassigned as Class IV. Often difficult to deal with, Class III ghosts generally possess sophisticated means of defense. \",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Class #4 (*needs adapting for presentation*)\\n\\n> Identity is established. They have a distinct human form and personality with known identity, such as General Custer or Cleopatra. Economic disposal methods include research into the background of said entity, as well as possible communication with it. \",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"The armoured ghost of Didam\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Class #5 (*needs adapting for presentation*)\\n\\n> These are Ectoplasmic manifestations of definite but non-human form. Speculation includes the theory that Class V's are formed from emotionally-charged events or as side effects from ritual summonings (Slimer was a by-product of the rituals that a cult held in the Sedgewick Hotel's basement.). These typically require extensive proton pack implementation to eradicate. \",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/pQwaws3mTyuavw9XVLG0)\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Bûzehappert\\n\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Class #6 (*needs adapting for presentation*)\\n\\n> Ghosts from lower life forms. A giant penguin was once seen attacking a mugger in Central Park. Later it was discovered that the penguin was a ghost. Unique solutions are often required to handle these entities, including research into habitats, allergies, natural enemies, etc. \",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Class #7 (*needs adapting for presentation*)\\n\\n> Metaspectres. Obsessively malevolent, exceptionally powerful, and exhibiting control over subordinate forms, such entities are potentially very dangerous. These are often identified by primitive cultures as \\\"Demons\\\". Entitles which fit this classification include Gozer and Zuul. Neutralizing them is usually a problematical undertaking at best. Most standard procedures are futile. The most realistic plan is to take measures to prevent these things from entering the sphere of influence in the first place. \",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"1984: successful motion picture -- rather predictably titled *Ghostbusters* -- \\\"based on the biggest interdimensional crossrip since the Tunguska blast of 1908. Pity they got some of the details wrong, but the movie wasn't too bad...\\\"\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/xZR4SlYhQImpEU2eTkIw)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"... rather predictably called *Ghostbusters* ...\\n\\nUnder the spirited -- no pun intended -- guidance of Ivan Reitman ...\\n\\n... based on the biggest interdimensional crossrip since the Tunguska blast of 1908. Pity they got some of the details wrong, but the movie wasn’t too bad… ...\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/0jBVS1IGQZu8mFt9kEJi)\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Ghostbusters International\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/xZR4SlYhQImpEU2eTkIw)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/R45svQw8QGyeoI4ZjwxW)\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"The gradual surge of GB franchises, first at a US-national level, later across the globe as well, leading up to...\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"animated image of adapted GB-franchise logos appearing all over the screen (perhaps originating from a map?)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/l05yQpMQwubmybqJskq3)\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"http://www.gbfans.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=72&t=13825\\n\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Ghostbusters Dutch Division\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"...the founding of Ghostbusters Dutch Division\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Description details?\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Finally, the moment was there: after a gradual but steady increase of supernatural disturbances in the Low Countries in late 2000s, a group of Dutch paranormal investigators decided the time was ripe to found a national branch of the Ghostbusters franchise.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Ghostbusters Dutch Division was born.\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/aKsT7uFZTKy9LC9g0BG1)\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Our base of operations\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[*Some photoshopped picture of a typically Dutch, ideally somewhat older, but at least distinctive, preferably picturesque building.*]\\n\\nCandidates (or buildings like these):\\n- old fire station\\n- old farm\\n- a converted traditional large windmill\\n- old converted canal house or 'pakhuis'\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script: Descriptive text of whichever building we choose]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/g56dgfkDQGCDNveGTaNu)\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/BfJni5KoQ3OoC35ytFy4)\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/vRuEFqHcSuyK1QNqROuC)\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/Jc5XZ4sSjO622SWqJCvj)\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/GwcdjROSTD2bhv7HmepY)\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Our staff\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"This could be the basis for a nice *member gallery*: try to get an awesome picture of each of us in some funny or illustrative pose (mid-action or otherwise). Possibly a fun (hilariously complicated) organogram, \\n\\nWhat should follow this are the pictures with names (functions given for each, preferably with a funny twist or epithet -- all involved should have a special gift, skill, or characteristic, be it fake or real, as long as it matches the fictional corporate GBDD universe). This list could also be read/recited very fast, especially if we use acronyms and keep the explanations quite brief, as *confusion would be the desired effect*. Also, that way, none of us in particular will be put in the spotlight for too long.\\n\\n**The pictures** should evoke a sense of realism -- *on-the-job pictures* (at HQ, during a bust, leaving a bust, among a cheering crowd, in conversation with a client, doing research, cleaning their boots, etc.) Ideally, it would be interesting if it would match the acronym in some way (for those people who pay attention; an 'easter egg' of sorts)\\n\\nAlternatively, some pictures could also be 'copies' of Dutch or international magazine covers or newspaper clipping with the person in question in some interesting pose...\\n\\nUse funny acronyms perhaps... Let the CEO, CFO, etc. acronym thing go mad. Use some more acronyms from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_business_and_finance_abbreviations\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script: a very *fast* explanation using only acronyms of people, and mixed up with other abbreviations to mess it up even more: RSVP, a.s.a.p., i.e., a.k.a. -- for comedic effect]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[picture of very chaotic company structure organogram -- something like this? (a very complicated one would be funny... \\\"Oh, what a tangled web we weave...\\\" :-) Using only acronyms and heads or something)]\\n\\n![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/50ujoUrfTMuG0M7g2ykl)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Felix Bours (CFO)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/fevPs4BTT8y3pZzZXR23)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Patrick Burghout\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/jZiuC7BoTSG3GwXjjodc)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Niels van de Keer\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Cees Krottje\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/eFsYOwAxSR6SU15nErSS)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Ivan Matejczyk\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"How do we operate?\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"**Our most important equipment**\\nWhat equipment do we use for: \\n* paranormal investigation and\\n* elimination\\n* storage\\n\\n`Perhaps some GBDD-specific tools?`\\n\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"#investigation (not too many tools, though -- perhaps just stick to a list of three)\\n- gigameter?\\n- PKE meter\\n- Ghost sniffer?\\n- ectogoggles\\n- video and audio recording equipment\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"**PKE meter**\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/98C8ja6TTreVbbTeY5OO)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"**Ecto goggles**\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/gK5tLcFTfe79lOL21W1K)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"**old-fashioned video and audio recording equipment**\\n(Now why the Hell is Mark always running around with his funny camera?) We make you *think* he's just making fun videos of us messing around to be put on YouTube, but *actually* he's doing research!\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[image]\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"#elimination\\n- protonpack + gun\\n- slimeblower\\n- later developments (cf. video-game-specific equipment, yet currently out of our financial reach, nor absolutely necessary in the Low Countries): \",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"### Proton pack + gun\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/nN7nSzAjTjnqKcon6yjA)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Slimeblower\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/ESkRrBYeRGa3ndAkLTJ7)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### Other stuff...\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"#storage\\n- ghost trap\\n- ECU (Ecto Containment Unit)\\n- Sometimes we don't store them, but we just blow them to smithereens by doing mad stuff like crossing the streams\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"### Ghost Trap\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/rVwLoG0xQBWy8OXeH6XH)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### ECU\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/p3ilWkaGREWnPKIQlSjh)\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"### \\\"BOOM!\\\"\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/0I5Y2rEQrKZrsHV4JOr8)\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"**Busting protocol**\\nAs in: how does a bust work in its totality: from haunting to invoice :-) \\n\\n> #IDEA: \\n> - Act out (in Dutch) a first encounter with a client, including funny, typically Dutch, dialogue: \\ne.g. our Ghostbuster from the Hague having a weird tête-a-tête with his fellow citizen.\\n> - Act out whichever step can be acted out on the spot? `Would be funny if the description is very much adhering to social norms, but the short scene (can even be two or three sentences) would contradict it bluntly... (compare the \\\"They'll be totally discrete\\\" joke from GB1)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"The phone call (nowadays, hauntings can also be reported via email or text message\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Intro/description of phone call + scene to illustrate\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Going there in our company vehicle\\n- mention what car we use?\\n- find a solution to the 2009 Visual and Audible Warning Device Regulations Act (http://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0025357/) (--> included through photoshopping or some other workaround?)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Intro/description company transport + illustration\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"investigation/action plan/bust (sometimes simultaneously, sometimes the investigation is followed by a thoroughly thought out action plan, all usually adhering to strict protocol)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Intro/descr. of average investigation/bust\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"separate action plan (can be very funny if the illustration of this something incredibly sudden, spontaneous, and impulsive).\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Bust separate? Play with the notion - possibly illustrate the fantastic contrast between careful planning and spontaneous busting action!\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"invoicing\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Intro/descr. invoicing + scene/illustration\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Aftercare?\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Intro/descr. aftercare + scene/illustration\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Subscriptions?\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Subscriptions / action plan / PR + scene?\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"`Anything else?`\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"**Zap 'em, cap 'em, and trap 'em.**\\n\\n[descriptions inspired by video game]\\n[use edited pictures from GBDD or take video fragments (films or GBVG)]\\n`Perhaps move this branch to the middle of the Busting Protocol section?`\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"#zapping\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"#capping\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"#trapping\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"One or two recent cases?\\nE.g.\\n- Witte Wieven near Lochem\\n- a Bûzehappert near Hurdegaryp\\n- the spirit of Count Florence V in the Little Tower of the Binnenhof in the Hague (photoshopped picture of a GBDD member with Mark Rutte, shaking hands or whatever...)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Case #1 newspaper clipping incl. picture\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/xZR4SlYhQImpEU2eTkIw)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[clipping]\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Case #2 newspaper clipping incl. picture\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/xZR4SlYhQImpEU2eTkIw)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[clipping]\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Case #3 newspaper clipping incl. picture\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"![](https://www.filepicker.io/api/file/xZR4SlYhQImpEU2eTkIw)\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[script]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[clipping]\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"# &#x2782; **Conclusion**\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Insert Dutch-style GB commercial (half a minute at most), including English subtitles\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Commercial, similar in style to the GB1-style commercial, possibly with some elements added, but catering to a Dutch clientele, the commercial itself also being in Dutch, bearing all kinds of hallmarks of Dutch culture (although preferably not the usual Dutch clichés like cheese, tulips, and windmills), but subtle references like one or two bicycles parked against the wall of GBDD-HQ or something\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"\\\"So...\\\"\\n\\n[insert script commercial]\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"[commercial videoclip]\"\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"End on Ghostbusters song (with gradual fade-out)\\n\\n#VISUALS?\"\n }\n ]\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"## LOOSE BITS!!!\\n\\n<style>\\nbody {\\nbackground-image: linear-gradient(to bottom,#C7CDD4,#989FA8);\\n}\\n.cards {\\nbackground: #DAD8D8;\\n}\\n</style>\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"References:\",\n \"children\": [\n {\n \"content\": \"Bertocci, A. (2012) *Overthinking Ghostbusters.* `<http://www.runleiarun.com/ghostbusters/>` Accessed on: xxx\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Daily Mail (2013) 'That's a lot of marshmallows! How Ghostbusters firehouse would be worth $16M thanks to its New York location and 10,000sq-ft space.' *MailOnline.* [online]. 15 August. `<http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2395053/Ghostbusters-firehouse-worth-16M-thanks-location-space.html.>` Accessed on: 5 Oct. 2015.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"GB Chicago (2013). *Ghostbusters\\nHandbook: your field guide to operations, protocols, and guidelines.* [online]. `<http://2gms1mic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Ghostbusters-Handbook-2-Edited-Feb.-18.pdf>` Accessed on: 5 Oct. 2015.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Lee, M. (2009) 'The Ghostbusters’ Risky Business Plan.' *Overthinking It* [online]. 13 June. Available at: `<http://www.overthinkingit.com/2009/06/13/the-ghostbusters-risky-business-plan/>` [Accessed on: 1 April 2013].\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Mindflash (2011) *The Ghostbusters Guide to Management.* [online]. 21 October. `<https://www.mindflash.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/11.10.20_Ghostbusters_MGMT_FINAL.png>` Accessed on: 24 April 2012.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Phelan, M. (2013) 'The politics of the next dimension: do ghosts have civil rights?' *The Awl.* [online]. 17 Dec. `<http://www.theawl.com/2013/12/the-politics-of-the-next-dimension-do-ghosts-have-civil-rights>` Accessed on: 24 March 2014.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Wconfetti (2015) '6 business lessons I picked up from watching Ghostbusters.' *Website Confetti.* [online] `<http://websiteconfetti.com/business-lessons-learnt-watching-ghostbusters/`> Accessed on: 5 Oct. 2015.\"\n },\n {\n \"content\": \"Weiss, B. (2013). 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