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African Fetish Ghost

The African Fetish Ghost

The African Fetish Ghost is a spirit that is based on stylized Arfican carvings and a character in The Real Ghostbusters cartoon series.

This ghostly entity is one of the ghosts who attended the first annual Deadcon in New York.

History

The African Fetish Ghost is a ghost based on a stylized African carving. Fetishism is the worship of material objects supposed to have inherent power but the condescending term, itself, was coined by Portuguese sailors in the 16th century.

This ghost was checked in by Ray Stantz and was later trapped by the Ghostbusters.

Powers and Abilities

The African Fetish Ghost could fly and go through walls, just like most ghosts do.

Trivia

  • On page eight of Ghostbusters Issue #1, the African Fetish Ghost makes a non-canon cameo hanging above the bathroom wall of Jim Silver.

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Movies
Ghostbusters (1984)

Ghostbusters II

Ghostbusters (2016)

Television
The Real Ghostbusters

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African Fetish Ghost

Extreme Ghostbusters

Comics

Video Games

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