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Berlin [1] is the capital city of Germany.

HistoryEdit

Primary CanonEdit

In 1939, a flower cart took off by itself and rolled half a kilometer. Three hundred people witnessed the event. [2] In 1989, Ray Stantz and Egon Spengler found this incident while conducting research after Dana Barrett's son Oscar's baby carriage was pulled by unknown forces. It was later discovered that the latest paranormal disturbances were caused by Vigo's attempts to come back from the dead.

Secondary CanonEdit

IDW ComicsEdit

In the present, at 8 pm local time, Erland Vinter got a call from Kaia May while he was in his office at the Bahn Tower in Potsdamer Platz. She apprised them of the Ghostbusters' arrival on Poveglia. He asked if they were aware of the Poveglian Artifact or not. Kaia stated to him that using the Ghostbusters would prove difficult but Vinter reminded her he did try to buy the company.

TriviaEdit

  • In Ghostbusters International #3, page 1
    • In panel 1, the area seen is the Potsdamer Platz. It is a crucial public square and traffic intersection in the center of Berlin and is about 1 kilometer south of Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag.
    • In panel 1, the building is the Bahn Tower.
    • In panel 1, atop the Bahn Tower is the logo of Grossjuck Industries from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Robo-Buster"

AppearancesEdit

Primary CanonEdit

Ghostbusters II

Secondary CanonEdit

IDW Comics

ReferencesEdit

  1. Ray Stantz (1999). Ghostbusters II, Chapter 04: Ray's Occult Books (1989) (DVD ts. 13:36-13:37). Columbia Pictures. Ray Stantz says: "Berlin, huh?"
  2. Egon Spengler (1999). Ghostbusters II, Chapter 04: Ray's Occult Books (1989) (DVD ts. 13:26-13:34). Columbia Pictures. Egon Spengler says: "This one's interesting, Ray -- Berlin, 1939. A flower cart took off by itself. Rolled half a kilometer. Three hundred eyewitnesses."

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