Our Ghostbusters Day Celebration Continues With Even More Cool Costumes

By: 08.28.14

Photographed by William Tung.

Today is National Ghostbusters Day according to people who want you to buy tickets to see Ghostbusters again in select theaters this weekend. Since we’ve already ranked the ghosts, shared fascinating facts, read an infographic, checked out some cool swag, and watched the honest trailer, we had to find a different way to celebrate this not-at-all-made-up-for-marketing-purposes holiday.

We decided to bust out the fashion, collecting our favorite Ghostbusters cosplay starting with Part One earlier today and ending with the gallery below.

Stay puft, my friends.

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Photographed by Bryan Tanner.

It’s a trap! (Photographed by Alan.)

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