Kitchen Flier is from the Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions). For strategy on defeating him, go to Welcome to the Hotel Sedgewick Level (realistic version) article.

Realistic Version InformationEdit

According to Tobin's Spirit GuideEdit

  • Category: Class I Inhabiting Swarmer
  • Type: Corporeal (dispersible)
  • Behaviors:


These restless spirits have been driven to inhabit and control small kitchen utensils. Quick-moving but fairly weak, these Swarmers' insubstantial forms quickly fade back into the depths of the ghost world when dislodged from the objects they possess.

Statistically, kitchens are the location of a large number of injuries, especially when filled with swarms of attacking utensils.

Contact Protocol:Edit

Kitchen Fliers, like Dead Fish Fliers, are extremely weak, yet still bothersome. Use a device with a wide blast range like your Shock Blast to disperse as many of them as possible with one shot.

Manifestation Point:Edit

  • Hotel Sedgewick (first visit)

Stylized Version InformationEdit

Kitchen Wisps are objects manipulated by a spirit.

According to Tobin's Spirit GuideEdit

  • Category: Class 1 Psychokinetic Manipulation Event
  • Abilities: Flying Ram

Tobin's Summary:Edit

Oftentimes, in the vicinity of a ghost with strong psychokinetic abilities, certain small objects will seem to take on a life of their own, moving at the behest of the controlling specter. It's important to make the distinction between these objects that are being remotely manipulated and those having an actual spectral presence inside them.

Egon's Notes:Edit

Recent findings suggest it's unwise to pursue a telekinetically endowed manifestation into an industrial grade kitchen. There are many sharp and heavy metal things that can and will become flying weapons at its command.

Ray's Tips:Edit

The Blast Stream can make fast work of these, but they're very fragile and will probably de-animate on impact with anything. So as long as that's not you, you're golden!

Supplemental DataEdit

The art page can be found in the Hotel Sedgewick (first visit), during the "That Wasn't Such a Chore" section. It is in the kitchen, hidden inside a table blocking the exit.

Stylized Portable Version InformationEdit

Swarming Pot are flying pots the Ghostbusters confront while dealing with the Cook Ghosts in the Sedgewick Hotel Mission.


Primary CanonEdit

Secondary CanonEdit

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