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Specifics: This is for ATC Comic, Annual 2018, Crossing Over

Note that this article covers the 2016 movie version of the P.K.E. Meter. The 1984/1989 version can be found here, and the Real Ghostbusters/Extreme Ghostbusters one can be found here.

What's that? It looks like one of those things that makes cotton candy.
- Erin Gilbert; Ghostbusters (2016 Movie)

The P.K.E. Meter was a ghost detection tool invented by Abby Yates and Jillian Holtzmann as seen in the 2016 movie.


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Developed by Abby and Jillian, the P.K.E. Meter was used during the first encounter with Gertrude Aldridge and the Electrocuted Ghost. The device indicates a ghost is near by, by spinning its pink glowing antennae. The device was also present on the Stonebrook Theatre case and when the Ghostbusters first interacted with Rowan when he was alive. The device was forgotten in The Mercado Hotel's basement. It is believed that there was only one made and in use by Abby.

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IDW ComicsEdit

After a dimensional overlap took place, Holtzmann scanned Vigo with her P.K.E. Meter in the Firehouse occupied by the prime Ghostbusters. At the conclusion of the Yorkville Brownstone case, Abby was possessed by Doctor Kruger and stomped her P.K.E. Meter to pieces.



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