Okay, this is like the second fan fiction that I've posted on here. I really like The Real Ghostbusters so hopefully I did the series justice. I also hoped I avoided any Mary Sue issues. I tried.


"How the hell does that thing keep getting away?" Peter asked Egon. "It's like it knows our every move."

It just might," Ray interjected. "I've read that some ghosts are actually pre-cognitive making it easier to defeat any enemies."

"Just what we need," Winston muttered. The four Ghostbusters reached a corridor leading into four different directions.

"I suggest we split up," Egon said. "Shout if you find it." Dr. Spengler took off down a corridor to the left, Winston went to the right.

"Right or left?" Dr. Venkman asked Dr. Stantz.

"I happen to be more right-minded," Ray replied. "I'll take the right."

The two split off. Ray slowly walked down the corridor of the large science building. He saw a young woman with medium length blonde hair come out of one of the rooms on chair with wheels typing on laptop. She looked at him and smiled than focused back on the computer in her lap. She rolled as far down the hall as the cord to the laptop would allow to her to go and stopped.

Ray and the young woman were startled at a sudden roar coming from farther down the hall. The ghost Dr. Stantz and his friends had been chasing flew toward the young woman. She screamed than suddenly it stopped as the large blue ghost touched her. Ray watched as they seemed to be joined together by the electricity flowing through the laptop to power the portable computer. Ray started to grab for his walkie-talkie, but instead decided to take quicker measures. He aimed his proton gun at the ghost praying it wouldn't hurt the young woman. The laptop slid of the woman's lap and the two split. The young woman fell to the floor as the ghost went towards Dr. Stantz. He fired and caught it in his stream feeling very little pull from the ghost.

"This is too easy," he mumbled than tossed out a trap and opened it. The trap quickly sucked in the ghost and closed. Ray grabbed his walkie-talkie from his belt loop. "Hey, guys. I caught it."

"Ray, how could you have possibly that ghost by yourself?" Peter asked over the walkie-talkie.

"I don't know, but it may have had something to do with the young woman it touched," Ray replied.

"What happened?" Egon interjected.

"Just come down the hall," Ray told them. He put the walkie-talkie back on his belt loop and went over to the young woman. He knelt down and felt for her pulse. The Ghostbuster let out a sigh of relief when he felt it was still there.

"Excuse, but what happened here?" Ray looked beside him to see a snappily dressed man in a lab coat.

"I'm not sure," Dr. Stantz answered. "I think she was electrocuted."

"Electrocuted?" The man repeated. "Dani simply came out here to do some work. How was she electrocuted?"

"The ectoplasm of ghost mixed with electricity is just about as bad as putting a toaster in a bathtub," Ray replied.

"Ectoplasm? Ghost?" The man replied. "I think you may have hit your head. There are no such things as ghosts. It's scientifically impossible."

"I disagree," Dr. Spengler interjected. "The paranormal is just as much a science as the study of evolutionary biology." The man looked up at the newcomers.

"Who are you?"

"Dr. Egon Spengler. I'm a Ghostbuster."

"I heard you all were frauds."

"Than you must be part of the Walter Peck fan club," Peter jumped in. "He thought so too, but we proved him wrong."

"Dad, I don't want to go to school," Dani murmured as she slowly woke. She opened her eyes and saw five people looking down at her. Four of them were wearing colored uniforms with a familiar symbol. "The Ghostbusters?"

"Dani, what happened?" She sat up and leaned against the wall looking at the fifth person with an unsure face.

"I think a ghost touched me, dad" she answered. "It was really weird. I started seeing all this stuff."

"What kind of stuff?" Ray inquired. She looked at the auburn-haired man with inquisitive blue eyes.

"Uh, who are you?"

"Dr. Ray Stantz. I'm also a Ghostbuster."

"I know you're a Ghostbuster because I see the logo," Dani responded. "You guys are really cool. I think I've read and seen just about everything pertaining to you guys."

"I'm Dr. Peter Venkman. Would you like to go out with me?" Dani laughed at the dark-haired Ghostbuster.

"First I think I'd like a chance to wash off all this ectoplasm," Dani told him. "After that I promise to think about it."

"Dani, I believe these men should be off now," her father interrupted. She put her head down looking a bit hurt. He looked at the Ghostbusters. "I don't want to see you around here again."

"Here's our card," Ray said. He gave Dani a card. He gave her a small smile. "Call if you need anything."

"Anything?" Dani repeated with a twinkle in her eyes. Winston laughed and Ray gave him a look. "I guess you guys better go before my dad blows another fuse."

"Dani, what are you insinuating?" Her father inquired. She stood up looking a bit dejected and followed her father back into the lab.

"Nothing, dad."


"Peter looked at Ray as he sat staring at the same page of his Captain Steel comic book. He smiled to himself and sat down next to his friend.

"Earth to Ray," Dr. Venkman said. "Hello." Ray put down his comic book and turned to his friend.

"Hi, Pete."

"You're thinking about her, aren't you?"

"Who? I don't know who you're talking about." Ray stood up and laughed nervously. "What girl, Pete? I'm not thinking about any girl." Dr. Venkman picked up his friend's comic book and opened back up to the page Ray had been on.

" 'Thank you for saving the day, Captain Steel.'" Peter read. "You want to save her from her evil father."

"I do not," Ray replied.

"Ray has a crush."

"Stop it, Pete."

"Ray and Dani sitting in the tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G."

"What is going on?" Egon asked as he came into the room.

"I'm just teasing our boy about his girlfriend," Dr. Venkman replied.

"Aw, yes, the young woman we met earlier," Egon said. "She was quite cute."

"Egon, not you too," Ray groaned. "She's not my girlfriend. I just find her interesting. I would have really liked to run a few tests on her."

"Than take her out for dinner and movie," Peter added.

"No, stop it," Ray said. "I'm going to bed."

"You're right, Peter. Teasing is actually quite fun."